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[eb@y/P@yPl Scam] Am i safe with my legit p@pal?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by KingpinV2, Mar 12, 2010.

  1. KingpinV2

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    Speaking hypothetically, If I were to get blackhat payp@l money sent to a fake verified payp@l account and then sent to my legitimate payp@l account, how quickly would my real account be limited if at all...?
     
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  2. ChampGuy

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    I have no idea, but if you are talking about scamming people on ebay then that is not "blackhat paypal money"
     
  3. KingpinV2

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    It's not through eb@y, why are you concerned though, I just asked a simple question. Why would you even waste your time to reply with some bullshit answer that means shit to me
     
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    Maybe because the title of this thread is eBay/paypal scam. So we can only assume you are going to try scamming eBay. So stop being a dickhead.
    Posted via Mobile Device
     
  5. KingpinV2

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    another waste of a post...eb@y and payp@l are pretty much the same thing, owned by the same people, thats why I put it like that
     
  6. rudeprincess

    rudeprincess Junior Member

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    I would have many verified pp accounts, set them up as a recurring payment or similar, then it will not look 'fake' to Pp.
     
  7. Rockin

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    They are not the same at all. Ebay is used to buy and sell products, while paypal is used to exchange money. Now you can use ebay and paypal in combination, but you can use a lot of things in combination.

    Paypal and ebay are owned by the same company, but this does not make them the same thing. For example facebook, google, and the android phone are all owned by google. Yet you do not see anyone who posts a faceboook method calling it the android method, do you?

    Also as far as the question goes it depends on how much attention you draw to yourself, the ip you use for each account, etc. If you are making a few bucks in BH cash, most likely paypal will just limit the account it was sent to. However if you make 100k a day then paypal will try their hardest to get you.

    Hope this helps, next time try to be nicer. Also why did you use @ instead of a?
     
  8. KingpinV2

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    I use the @ because I'm sure PP and Eb@y search these forums for scams and the like, so its just to make it harder for them to search for common terms...
     
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    not going to get into the @e or @p debate, will say.. always.. always... always... cover your tracks. I like what rudeprincess says... try your best to let anything you do be lost in a sea of other data.. if it's alone, it's asking for problems.. but if mixed in.. might be a safe bet.
     
  10. Rockin

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    But there was no scam detailed in your post...............never mind :rolleyes:
     
  11. HoNeYBiRD

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    and here we go again, how to transfer your paypal money to another paypal of yours without being limited: use a freelancer site like GAF (post a job offer with one account, do the job with the other) and profit ;)
     
  12. Crooker

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    Buy chips on a online casino with your bad account.
    Then pay them out to your good account.
    Or buy a product with your bad account that has a 30 day money back guarantee.
    Then have the refund send to your good account.
     
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    yup, or that...just don't send the money directly to one of your account to another, it's a big no no
     
  14. Crooker

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    Create double accounts and play yourself via private game invites.
    But there is also the likes of penny stocks.
    Let's just say that where you can create a debit, there lies a opportunity to clean your money.

    Just don't put it all in one spot. Spread it.
    Because when you spread, you don't only spread the risk of loosing your money.
    You spread risk of drawing attention.

    If it's larger amounts you can open a deposit(not an account) in russia,china,switzerland,etc with a vcc and a rented mailbox.
    With the deposit box you can get a actual visa- or master-card.

    And if you make more then xxxx you setup your own front company in regions like the Seychelles.
    And enjoy total anonymity. http://www.wwincorp.com/jurisdictions/index.asp?itemID=10

    The possibilities are endless. They just depend on how deep the rabbit hole you want to go.
     
  15. KingpinV2

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    Finally some real answers, thanks a whole lot this its a good idea and yeah I would definitely get a fake id before I went through with the WU part of it

    another great answer, this opens up a whole new world of possibilities for me that I never thought of
     
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    PayPal is very good at linking accounts - if you slip up for a moment your accounts got linked. One gets in trouble and all the others are in trouble. Don't leave any money in any of them.
     
  17. KingpinV2

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    what do you mean by that? do you mean slip up like accidentally log in to two accounts with the same IP address