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Chances of getting caught with Fake PayPal

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Riven, Nov 13, 2015.

  1. Riven

    Riven Newbie

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    So, I have a fake PayPal account with SOME fake information (notice how I said some, I only faked the information that wouldn't cause me to get into real legal trouble). Now, I don't plan to withdraw any money from the account and I don't plan to add a bank account to the PayPal and transfer money through use of the bank account. All I plan to do is make small purchases (maximum of $30) on websites. Such as buying membership monthly membership for a game or buying SKINS for League (I don't play League anymore :|). Anyways , you get the point. EDIT: I just want to mention I'm getting the money into my PayPal account through a survey website. They send you the money after a specified amount of days.
    Now here is what I need to know, please read this! :Does it matter where I set "billing address (fake)" when I make an online transaction? Should I set the fake billing address near my real location, or can I just put it somewhere in the U.S.A? (which is the country I live in). That is the primary thing. I'd figure when I make an online purchase, PayPal would track my exact location once that purchase is made, so I'm eager to change the billing address to a place in/near my zip code. Now, if the billing address doesn't matter for my situation, please let me know in a reply below, It would be nice to know and not have my funds frozen and my account banned from PayPal.

    Hit me up with the details below. It would be greatly appreciated if I could have this information! Thanks once again!
     
  2. SocialPusher

    SocialPusher Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Billing address usually doesn`t matter as long as you have the funds and the payment goes smoothly. Also, surveys aren`t illegal, so why would you go through all these ? Why not make one legal account and enjoy the money you make ? :)
     
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  3. Bestcreaters

    Bestcreaters Power Member

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    be very carefull they will ignore small transactions until u have enough money then they will limit it the are very strict this days
     
  4. bartosimpsonio

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    If you only needed to fake little information, it begs the question: did you really have to fake any information at all? Sounds like you could do with a regular legitimate account.
     
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  5. Riven

    Riven Newbie

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    I don't use real info on PayPal just simply because I don't feel comfortable. I probably will start using real info on PayPal when I actually get a legitimate paying job. Shit, now that I think about it, I should of just used real PayPal information....

    Thanks guys for the responses!

    I HAVE ONE MORE QUESTION IF YOUR READING PLEASE CONTINUE! - Is it ok if I have the "legal" name on my survey site different from the "legal" name in PayPal. I wonder if it will matter at all, especially when the Survey website is sending money to my PayPal. Please hit me up down below if it'll have a negative affect towards my PayPal account.
     
  6. archon10

    archon10 BANNED BANNED

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    Some people won't sell to you if you don't have matching info on Paypal and what you enter on their site. Gamestop in one of them. Gamestop wouldn't sell to me because the name on my paypal was different than my personal name that I entered for my Gamestop account. That's just one example, but I'm sure there are more.
     
  7. scooblou

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    I would strongly advise against making paypal accounts with fake info. Always try and use real info (even if it isn't your own!) as this will definately limit the chances of your account being suspended.
     
  8. Julle94

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    I second scooblou cause it's really hard to withdraw the money later.
     
  9. Trinetworld

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    Paypal is not too secure,you will caught by them
     
  10. bojan92

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    you might not use the real information and it might not be crucial to give the real address. but sooner or later they will get you. not very predictable but as soon as you have a good amount of dollars there, they will limit and lock your account. just verify your Account for you have got nothing to lose.