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Limited Paypal...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lucellent, Nov 6, 2016.

  1. lucellent

    lucellent Newbie

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    My Paypal recently got limited due to one ewhoring transaction... The customer said that he is from kik and Paypal limited my account days after the payment was done. First it say's that the limitation can not be appealed but then I wrote them an Email and they said that whenever I contact them I have to provide the usual ID and other stuff to prove identity. Otherwise, It tell me that the money can be withdrawn after 180 days.
    Do you think I could get my account back and if so, how? Do I have to write them again and send them the needed documents? By the way, I don't have 18 so I will be buying fake ones.
    This was my personal account and all of the info is real. I have my debit card linked to it and can't to anything with it.
     
  2. umerjutt00

    umerjutt00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    If you want fake documents, look for secondeye in the marketplace. He is really good at this stuff.
     
  3. lucellent

    lucellent Newbie

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    Can someone still help me? My money can be withdrawn now (although I tried and I couldn't) but I still need help to unlimit it. I think they don't want identity documents.
     
  4. AbdulRahim

    AbdulRahim BANNED BANNED

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    No , they have limited your account permanently .

    you can only withdraw your money after 180 days . anyway try to call them for better support.
     
  5. lucellent

    lucellent Newbie

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    It's messed up. In the last email, it's written "Your PayPal funds are now eligible for withdrawal.

    To withdraw funds from your account, please log in to PayPal.
    As a reminder, access to your account will remain limited until you perform the steps required to lift the limitation."