Firstly, sorry if this is in the wrong section. Please move it if necesary. OK, I live in the UK, and set up a US iTunes account a while ago funded by my US virtual credit card, which seemed to work peferctly well up until about two weeks ago. Now, iTunes tells me that I need to supply a US based funding source, so no major problem, I would simply use US iTunes cards in future. However, the last batch of apps/songs I purchased appears not to have come off my virtual VISA card, but instead has put my iTunes account into a -$24.99 balance. I would like to know the best way to clear this balance, so I can carry on using the account. I tried adding a UK credit card, but it wouldn't accept it, again saying it wasn't US funded. I set up a US PayPal account, with a US address, funded by a UK credit card. The PayPal account is fine. I can send/receive money from it, no problem, and currently have a $30 balance on it. I then tried to use this US PayPal account to fund my US iTunes account, but again, it said the PayPal account needed to be funded from a US funded source. Even though it is a US PayPal account, with a US address, iTunes must still check the actual credit card associated with it and be smart enough to determine that the 16 digit number is not a US credit card number. I even thought the $30 balance on the US PayPal account would be sufficient to clear the iTunes balance, but no, it still wants a US funded source to be linked to PayPal. So, any suggestions on how to clear the negative balance on this account (from the UK) ? What if I was to redeem a $25 US iTunes card against my account. Would that immediately get applied to the negative balance and clear it? Hopefully, some iTunes guru will be able to give me a suggestion or two. Thanks, and sorry for the long post, but I wanted to give as much info as possible as to what I have tried already. Kevin.