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Handling multiple paypal accounts without getting banned?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Angelus_1984, Sep 24, 2009.

  1. Angelus_1984

    Angelus_1984 Registered Member

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    Hi everybody.

    I will need one or two additional paypal accounts to my exisiting one due to my multiple AC accounts.

    A lot of people offer services to verify paypal accounts so that shouldn't be the problem.

    But I read that paypal accounts get closed for various ridiculous reasons so wouldn't paypal be alarmed if I transfer all the money from account B and C to A every month? Another option would be having different paypal accounts with my information but different bank accounts but I have the same suspicion about that way.

    I know many of you guys have multiple paypal accounts so how do you manage to fly under the radar?

    Thanks.
     
  2. angelas111

    angelas111 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    well, always clear flash cookies, regular cookies and temp internet files before logging in to each one and change your ip too if you can. someone will chime in with better advice, but start with that
     
  3. CastielCrowley

    CastielCrowley Newbie

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    i guess no one "chimed" in after all... why does the trail always go cold when looking for advice on how to run multiple paypals on one PC
     
  4. Happyjoe

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    I was hopping for a valid answer also, since i changed isp and got a new ip, i didn't log in in my main paypal from this ip until i learn more about how to manage more pp accounts. I am still searching and i know who find a way to do this will share this piece of information with the community.
     
  5. Chris22

    Chris22 Regular Member

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    I have multiple paypal accounts and have never had them banned, transferring money between them has never caused me any problems. Each account has my real info and is linked to real bank accounts that I have in a couple of different countries which are also in my name.

    There is no need to 'fly under the radar' if what you are doing is legit.
     
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  6. surfbay

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    I am interested to open "Multiple PayPal Accounts" mainly for micro job activity, such as Fiverr, etc.

    I have one well established Paypal account, used mainly for eBay and Online transaction., and
    there is no problem with this account.

    My concern is the need to have different bank accounts for each new Paypal account. I can see
    me going from each bank in town and trying to open new accounts, but the thing is I believe
    banks in the United Kingdom are not see eager to open new accounts to any Tom, Dick or Sally.

    And the main point is I simply need these extra accounts to apply for new Paypal accounts. Nothing
    more, nothing less.

    Is there anyone out there that can offer doable, and practical suggestions - Please.


     
  7. DIe$el

    DIe$el Regular Member

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    I manage multiple accounts but never got banned. It depends on the service that you are offering and how many time you got flagged.
     
  8. relaxedsister1

    relaxedsister1 Newbie

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    Dear DIe$el,
    Could you please share your paypal experience?
    What accounts type do you have?
    Did you verify them with documents?
    If it's US accounts how did you bypass SSN/Co verification?
    Thanks for answers.
     
  9. surfbay

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    Hi . . . hello

    I would love to be able to offer you some help and advice regarding Paypal accounts.

    However my present Paypal account dates back to the year 2006 as I recall and I don't
    remember the things I had to do to get started. I would say it is the best thing since sliced
    bread, and I never had any problem with Paypal or the account.

    There was the one time when someone cracked my account, but that was quickly sorted and
    Paypal promptly refunded the cash that had been removed from the account.

    Sorry I can't offer any help. - Paypal : No Problem.
     
  10. zzz68

    zzz68 Newbie

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    I have had 3 paypal accts linked to one bank acct for a few years now and never had a problem
     
  11. redarrow

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    I have loads of paypal accounts all legit from each over, over the years
    i am from the uk and yes i sent proof in to paypal for all my accounts and banking info all legit.

    if you got a legit business and registered properly and pay your tax's in your own country paypal will help.

    know if your trying to get multiple accounts to do something stupid then expect the paypal police go thu your window and front door immediately ....

    i was told at collage meany years ago once you even earn a penny you must register as self employed and also pay your ni and tax yearly.

    not to be a idiot like fulls do and use there personal bank for a business account eventually your get done for fraud.

    no one needs different ip address for paypal that silly, it like you going around different internet shops and signing in and doing your paypal business, paypal will bar you in the end and suspend all your accounts.

    paypal is a banking service and act like a bank and got banking codes on conduct (read up on fraud))

    BUY THE WAY JUST SITTING HERE THINKING IF YOU GOT A PAYPAL ACCOUNT ALREADY THEN YOU CAN OPEN ANOTHER WITHIN IT IF IT A BUSINESS ACCOUNT.

    if you got a personal account, then your need to get business registration and pay the correct tax's and home bills ,house bills ,business rates ,ni,bank charges,and and then as a self employed person ,your be a internet marketer and not a fraudster.....

    A internet marketer is self employed and use's the money he makes to pay all his bills and tax's.

    to many ppl don't understand if you ant registred as a selfemployed person then every dime / penny that goes in your bank and tax's are not paid for is frauding there own country and fraud is very serious.
     
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  12. BestESolutionsBD

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    you can use multiple paypal accounts by creating multiple user in your laptop or pc.
     
  13. Oscarthedog

    Oscarthedog Registered Member

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    This is a very interesting thread.

    1. On the PayPal site, it explicitly states that you can only have ONE personal and ONE business account. So having multiple and never getting caught seems odd...but nice to know it works.

    2. What I want to know is: Are these multiple accounts BUSINESS or PERSONAL? Business accounts can have different names on the accounts (XYZ Industries, vs John Smith, for example). The names of personal accounts are always automatically assigned from the Bank Account name, no?

    I'd like to have multiple PayPals with different names other than my own.

    Thanks