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How can I pay myself with my own credit cards?

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by Hydranize, Jul 22, 2016.

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  1. Hydranize

    Hydranize Registered Member

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    I know there's payment processors, and because of a recent bad venture that I got scammed by from a member on here I would like to start off by saying I cannot use stripe. I recently applied at authorize.net and my application wasn't approved however they seem to have passed it on to another processor for a second review and their consideration being they were unable to approve me.

    What I am in need of is to be able to pay myself using my own credit cards because of low cash advance limits and daily withdrawal limits from my credit cards. I used to use my PayPal account to send it to a family members PayPal account I had access to then I would send the funds back to my PayPal account to withdraw. Sadly this is no longer the case as my family member no longer has her PayPal account.

    I've also thought about purchasing bitcoin then sending it to myself to withdraw but I am very very new to bitcoin and only used circle.com for the purchasing and sending / withdrawing of bitcoin. So what I need is a payment processor I can either setup in a family members name to process my own payments or the processor must not have a problem with me being able to use my own credit cards for payments and me withdrawing the money to myself. -OR- an easy simple way to purchase bitcoin using my credit card or PayPal account with a withdrawal option / method to my bank account.

    Any and All help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Laurr4

    Laurr4 Newbie

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    I've done this before. I have my regular PayPal linked with my PayPal business account (you can have it for free - also I have a different email address for each). You can then pay your personal with your business via credit card (tho the fees are annoying), or vice versa I guess.

    Also, if there is someone you really trust, have them Venmo you whatever amount you need using your credit card. Maybe delete your card info from their account after the transaction tho...
     
  3. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Do you know if you got blacklisted by Stripe? I mean do you owe them money or have a negative balance on that account?
     
  4. hippo123

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    I have no idea what country you are in, but here's what I did.

    1) Get a cashback credit card. I had some that gives 6% cashback on online/retail related purchases.

    2) Purchase shopping mall vouchers (let's say $1000 worth)

    3) Sell these vouchers at 3% off. -> $970

    Win-win. You don't even lose a cent to paypal.

    Note: This works for me in my country, not sure about yours
     
  5. bigstuffpoppin

    bigstuffpoppin BANNED BANNED

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    Is this to help build your credit? I recently started thinking about this.

    I'd like to build my credit higher but it's hard when your living tight so I only use mine for fast food purchases and stuff like that
     
  6. xyloc

    xyloc Newbie

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    You don't have to log in to PayPal to send a payment. Invoice an email address that isn't your PayPal, and pay it using a credit card not linked to your PayPal. If you are upgraded to PayPal business, you have access to an ATM card, go to an ATM and withdraw money. The problem is with rates like 3% plus + $0.35 + ATM charges, you are definitely losing money.
     
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