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How do you handle paypal disputes as a seller?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by WordAi, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. WordAi

    WordAi Junior Member

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    How do you handle paypal disputes as a seller for digital products. I spend a lot of time handling those disputes. Is there anyway out?
     
  2. Moosey

    Moosey Senior Member

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    Yes, make sure you only receive payments that are eligible for seller protection, then physically mail them an invoice to their billing address and provide Paypal with the tracking number. You'll never loose out again.
     
  3. WordAi

    WordAi Junior Member

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    I don't think that anyone here who is selling digital product do that? I have bought a lot of digital products and never even get 1 invoice at all.
     
  4. jokel661

    jokel661 Regular Member

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    What do you mean by mail them an invoice ? YOu mean mail them the product in cd-rom or dvd or only the invoice ?
    What about item not described in case if he is a scammer ?
    Thank you
     
  5. dejamatt

    dejamatt Newbie

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    Paypal will always take the side of the idiot. In all of my experiences with them, they side with the person in the wrong. I would NEVER use paypal, but unfortunately, it's the easiest way to get non-usa people paid. :(
     
  6. YoungCeaser

    YoungCeaser BANNED BANNED

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    For digital products always the seller wins. I've been on both sides few times as a seller and buyer. You should just provide the copy of your digital product and give some description and you win.
     
  7. WordAi

    WordAi Junior Member

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    50% agree as paypal don't cover for digital goods. However, as a paypal buyer I always win the disputes?
     
  8. manny521

    manny521 Supreme Member

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    you lose...chargebacks are a bitch...
     
  9. jollyrogeruk102

    jollyrogeruk102 Newbie

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    There is only one winner here and you know who it is ... regardless of whatever we submit they almost always sides with the buyer. Personally i don't see any point in fighting it with them unless there is a risk to the account itself.
     
  10. angelical

    angelical Junior Member

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    Can you clarify more? Are you talking about chargebacks or unauthorised transactions?