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Payment processor for Replicas?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by $upremeDawgz, Apr 23, 2014.

  1. $upremeDawgz

    $upremeDawgz Newbie

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    I am running a online replica business and need to find a payment processor that accepts replica. I make about 25k gross a month.
     
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    PS. Been blocked from Paypal already.
     
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    Did you lose the money in your paypal account?
     
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    No cashed out before it was blocked luckily.
     
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    Does 2checkout accept replicas?
     
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    No they don't unfortunately.
     
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    You won't find any mainstream processor that accepts payment for replicas.

    The best effort I ever saw was a replica site that was basically cloaking their entire shopping cart and contents through another 'legit' site before sending it to PayPal, and doing it that way - ie, add "1x AA grade Rolex Submariner" to shopping cart, go to checkout, and what gets sent to PayPal is a cart transaction from another site with something like "100x cartons of A4 paper", with the same total, and that's what you pay for. Then when a PayPal review gets done as you pass the threshold amounts, they see an office supplies website, or similar.
     
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    Or, why don't you use bitcoin? You could post a tutorial for people to buy bitcoins easily. Another interesting thing I noticed with a lot of ppd/ppi networks is that they use many paypal accounts and use a similar method to what tony_d mentioned (cloaking the products).