Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Maalik, Apr 17, 2012.
what the hell???????????????
if you have new account this right what you tell ,
PayPal keeps their money, starting with sales restrictions, after a while it all goes if you work right without mistakes.
i have the same issue right now paypal sucks
You need to provide id and address proof and information about the transactions such a invoice, tracking code. and after few conversations with paypal you must bee good to go ..
Yeah it definitely sucks for sellers first starting out.. Its good to have money in there as a back up along with a bank account. My advice is to do everthing you can to keep your customers happy which will keep ebay happy and willing to work with you.
Paypal just holds your money for 21 days, if the buyer hasn't got any problems with the item and no disputes arise within that 21 days then you will receive your money. The buyer doesn't have the money, paypal does.
If you know your item is legitimate and you've described it at the best of your ability then would you be worried? The buyer can't take the money back all they can do is raise a dispute and that would only happen if there's something wrong with your item.
Yes it's true, depending on the item that you're selling (normally high valued items or electronics) they'll hold your money to make sure there are no issues. I've had this happen many times, and unfortunately it's just part of the business now with all the scams going on.
You'll get your money in the end, as long as it's a legitimate product and you've provided tracking you'll be fine.
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