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Gotta show P@ypal my invoices to remove limit on Eb@y account.

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by boozie, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. boozie

    boozie Power Member

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    So Payp@l puts a limit on my acct, Eb@y got a whiff of this and now they have a limit on my acct saying I can't sell until I take care of everything with PP. WTF? My supplier who I get all this stuff from is in Vietnam right now, normally lives in California, I am in NY. So needless to say, this is quite difficult and time is of the essence because I need that $. These are legit products. I have read that you can show them dummy invoices for these products and they are just protecting themselves. I don't know what to think. Would showing them dummy invoices that I have made or make myself be considered fraud? PP is not a bank, but they are acting as if they are. What can I possibly show them to get this limit removed so I can free up my money and get back to selling. I am also thinking of doing this: hxxp://advouchers.in/mailcontent.txt that I got from another link here (sorry, can't find it right now). I'd rather not go the fraud route (if it is fraud) but they really are f-ing me right now. If they're f-ing me, I wouldn't feel so bad in returning the favor. Anybody have a solution for me?
     
  2. eBayMafia

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    Actually, PayPal is a bank unfortunately.

    I wouldn't consider that fraud. If my bank calls me up demanding I send them all of my supplier information, I'm not likely going to give them everything I know and all of my information. It's just a matter of doing business.

    Fake the invoices, they don't really check them anyways. In fact, you can probably call them up tomorrow and say "Hey, I sent in all of my information via fax, can you remove the limit now? I want to get back to making sales."
     
  3. boozie

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    Paypal is not a bank, dude.

    hxxp://www.ehow.com/facts_5835361_paypal-legitimate-bank_.html
     
  4. titties420

    titties420 Registered Member

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    send in some doctored invoices and you should be in the clear
     
  5. flipstyle

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    just curious, approximately how many sales do you make per month?
     
  6. eBayMafia

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    Actually, PayPal is a bank. They received a banking license from Luxembourg, the article you are posting is likely outdated.