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Can I do this for PayPal?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by emaloy97, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    I will soon be doing some good amounts of money through PayPal and I don't want any trouble withdrawing, so is there any way I could transfer to like payza or money bookers then withdraw?
     
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    Bump.
     
  3. Checkmate

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    You shouldn't even have a problem withdrawing unless you're doing something wrong.

    Either way accounts get frozen because of incoming funds NOT withdraws.
     
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    If its legal business, you can always upgrade to a business account and have unlimited withdrawls.
     
  5. chhhad

    chhhad Junior Member

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    No, paypal will limit accounts for any reason. There's a good BST on Paypal accounts and getting one that's already approved to move money around.
     
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    Ah yes but if Paypal for any reason see a problem with the money coming in...the money you receive will never come out!

    Im about to receive some money and wondering if I should change tactics. Ive contacted them and theyve said my account is fine ( and it is, everything is legit ) but I'm scared to death my money will be frozen.
     
  7. silentthunder

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    What about a direct deposit to your bank instead?
     
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    ​I'm hoping to do that but I don't know if its possible as my payment is coming from the USA.
     
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  9. silentthunder

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    If its from a network email your AM. Hope it works out.
     
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  10. emaloy97

    emaloy97 Junior Member

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    I'm not doing anything illegal, but I'm underage, so if a problem arose I couldn't provide certain legal documents.

    Which other payment processors are less likely to freeze funds?

    I had heard 2checkout also accepted PayPal payments so that's good. Do people have as many problems with them as they do with PayPal.