Discussion in 'Ebay' started by enekokene1, May 13, 2015.
You sent emails with legal threats to paypal? Hahahahaah.
I have a friend who is same with you. You dont to email or contact them because your account now is in Black list lol
But after 180 days, you can get all your money to your bank. So don't be afraid.
I guess he used one of the email templates found on the web with several feedback on being effective in getting PayPal to reduce the holding time, or to release funds outrightly. Last I checked, there were legal threats in these templates.
@OP, you should give them a call.
Those exist with threats of legal action? I have always just called them when I had an issue. If one representative did not give me what I wanted, I would hang up, call again until one representative did.
Yes, surprisingly they do. Can't remember the blog I saw it on, but there were many comments from people of different nationalities claiming it worked for them.
The blog also had a long list of official mail addresses of different PayPal payment resolution staff. So, the trick was to send out the same mail to several of those addresses hoping one would accede to your request.
I think your idea could work, but don't you think successive reps document your logs and comment on resolution status after ending a conversation with you?
for me when 180 days passed,i withdraw successful my money but i was real account
I did and got my funds during the first month back.You need to understand that when running a company and doing business via paypal you are protected under UCC Uniform Commercial Law
and there paypal has no right to keep your funds.Of course they are doing it since 99% doesnt even know what UCC is and dont are a real threat to paypal.But if you know what you are doing you can claim big compensation for breaking the UCC which is working in each country in the world.
There we go. Someone with a testimonial.
Will have to look more into this.
Hmm, learn something new everyday. I knew they were legally obligated to release your funds after 180 days, but I was not aware of the UCC. Thanks for the info.
I'm pretty sure that you sign away such rights as a part of paypal's tos.
Thanks a lot for the useful answer. If they keep spinning me the wheel i will try with this.
i think what's even more interesting, that he did this complaint regarding to a fake account, possibly drawing unwanted attention to himself
to OP: have you actually tried to withdraw to a regular bank account too, not just Payoneer? Paypal and Payoneer parted ways some time ago, so maybe that's why you can't withdraw it to your Payoneer anymore
You can't sign away some of major trading rights.Its like signing like you have no right to life which would be very unethical and which wouldn't be accepted in any court.UCC is nothing more than the continuation of the commercial law which was before the canonian law made by the vatikan who implemented it centries ago in all countries in the world.
Currently you have 2 law systems working at the same time (civial law and commercial uniform law) .At civil law which people normaly use you can't reach anything cause its mostly limited to your borders.But commercial uniform law is working worldwide with the same laws.
I would recommend writing an email (business offer) to paypal saying that you act under UCC and that you are making them an offer that they have x time to send your funds else they accept your business offer to pay for each additional day a compensation of $200 .When not receiving the funds during that time you understand this as the acceptance of your business offer to paypal which is legaly binding under UCC and that you will enforce after 90 days your claims at the paypal's representant in your home country.
This is under UCC a legal contract if they wont react on it.But they will react and try to tell you some bullshit.Just keep mailing your offer and counting the days
I do not understand where he thought legal threats would work with a fake account.
Paypal holding your money doesn't apply though, because you aren't trading with paypal. And yes, you can sign away rights like this; for example if you put your money in a hedge fund it's perfectly legal for them to refuse to let you withdraw your money outside withdraw window, because when you open your account you are giving them permission to refuse to return your money when requested.
What is the message that you get when trying to withdraw?
A hedge fond is something totaly diffrent like paypal.Hedge for has a goal of investing money for a period of time.
Paypal instead is an instant money exchange system.Also paypal is not able to provide any real arguments why your funds are being hold other than the system decided it as high risk.
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