So here is the story: I created a new PayPal account with a fake name and fake US address using a VPN. I was planning to sell my Facebook page for 300$ to a buyer that I don't trust. So in case the buyer tries to make a refund charge, I wanted to use a different PayPal account and transfer the cash to a friends account within 24 hours, so in case the guy makes a chargeback, I already got the money out of the account. I was just trying to protect myself from a scam... just in case. Well, after receiving the 300$ I made him admin and removed myself from the page. 5 minutes after owning my page, the guy makes a chargeback on PayPal trying to scam me claiming he never got the FB page. I was to 99% sure that I am screwed because how am I going to be able to prove that I really made him admin?? Whatever, the 300$ got frozen and I wroth them an email that I really gave him the FB page and then just gave up and forgot about the matter, 3 weeks later, I was bored and checked the PayPal account and WTF PayPal made for the first time in life a correct move and decided in my favour. So I tried to send the money to a friends account and BOOM I got limited! So after PayPal taking 12$ from the 300 I got 288$ on the account. I will make 50/50 with the guy that can help me unlimit my Paypal. So 144$. I need a VCC card (US) and some kind of proof of address... Anyone good with Photoshop? ^^ Anyway, at least PayPal stayed on my side and diden't give that dick the money back. But the money is in the account as a gift for PayPal if I can't get it out.