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Moneybookers Payment To Non-Existing Email

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Pvlman, Sep 24, 2013.

  1. Pvlman

    Pvlman Regular Member

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    I have made (well, not technically I, but my client which received the payment details from me) to non-existing Moneybookers/email address (there was a type-o in that email and I'm 100% positive it doesn't exist). Will it be easy to cancel this payment and get the money back? I'm bit freaked out, because it's around $650 which isn't really a small amount..
     
  2. SocialMediaManager

    SocialMediaManager Elite Member

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    ask your Client to make email with that email and add it in moneybookers existing account
    if email already exists for someone else cancel Payment ASAP even if you have to mail MB support for that
     
  3. BusinessMagnet

    BusinessMagnet Power Member

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    Try to get it done asap. Btw, Moneybookers will automatically refund it to the payer if the email doesn't exist. Buy yet, why to risk the amount?
     
  4. Pvlman

    Pvlman Regular Member

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    OK, so I created that non-existing email and added it to my Moneybookers account. The money was instantly on the account :) So I've just resent it to right address.. What really puzzles me is the fact that I don't see any "cancel payment" button anywhere. What the hell? There is no way how to cancel a payment to such non-existing account or to do a charge back ?
     
  5. moon612

    moon612 Junior Member

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    cancel and redo the payment again.