My primary online income atm is selling ebooks and digital services in DP and other sites, I'm still researching some other more long term business ideas, but atm that's all I'm actively doing. I have a legit, registered paypal account to my personal name, I have already sent the documentation to lift my receiving limits and whatnot, most of what I sell is legit stuff, that I write myself. But even this don't stop those ultra annoying buyer claims that they have not received my product and whatnot. I usually launch a new book at the beginning of each week and spend the week cashing from that one and writing my next one. I always have legit reviews to my stuff, not those paid reviews or iTrader trading stuff that you come to expect from DP, I try to be the most legit possible. Yet, I can't stand anymore the buyer claims that happen every single day. Just yesterday I received 3 claims from 2 distinct products that I sold over 1 Month ago! 1 Month, but somehow the buyers only remembered to file a claim 1 month later, (it is obvious that they either never tried my guides, or tried them for 2 days and failed), either way, how can not paypal see through this? How can someone that purchased something more than 1 month ago, file a claim that they not receive their product 1 month later, specially if it is a digital ebook that it would be obvious you would receive instantly?!? My products prices range from $20 to $60 on average, and I hate the idea that I got some weeks that I made some $300, only to a few days later find my paypal account with negative money because some assholes decided that the method they purchased from me was to hard to give it a try. Is there any way I can safeguard myself from this? I even thought about getting a 2nd paypal account with a fake name to receive my payments and then transfer the money to my legit paypal account, could this get my legit paypal account in trouble or something?