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Re: E-books for the kindle?

Go to your account and enter the info.
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Re: E-books for the kindle?

I have a nook tablet, once you choose to order something it will then again ask for your credit card info to keep on file.
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Re: E-books for the kindle?

Sync the device, then go into settings and in Device Info tap Erase & Deregister Device and then go through set up again with your original settings and this time add your credit card info.  You should be up and running in no time.