Discussion in 'Ebay' started by Shazlow, Dec 24, 2015.
Kiss your money goodbye in this case. Paypal is notorious for doing such things to get 'free money'. Do you have any idea how much money they have in their bank for limiting account? What you can do now is to refund back to bet365 and write to bet365 that you have refunded them from Paypal.
But you will face another issue. As Bet365 can only allow withdrawal from where the money originally comes from. Which in this case would be paypal. That begin said, the rules only states that you would need to refund the exact deposit amount back to your original source of funding. Anything above aka profit can be returned through wire transfer or other payment mode.
So in any case, you would still lose your deposit portion of money. Hope this info helps.
Paypal should let you collect after 180 days. You have to send them a formal letter requesting they release the funds. I have gotten funds from stealth accounts (yeah, obviously not so stealth) many times this way.
Even if the name of the PayPal account is not your real name, and the bank accounts linked to the PayPal are in your name, but do not match the name of the account holder?
Do PayPal scan utility bills with anti-fraudulent technology? So if I edited a utility bill in photoshop, they can see it is real and release my money?
Someone provides a service where they can get you fake docs to verify your account.
If you waiting 180 days then you would only be able to withdraw the money to a bank account in the same name as the name on the paypal account.
I dont have the link but someone provides a service for this stuff.
Bet365 also have money laundering systems like PayPal - so if you deposit with PayPal to Bet365, you have to withdraw to PayPal - it is a closed loop payment system to avoid laundering.
I did not money lauder - I just signed up an account in my grandmother's name (who I don't really know) to take advantage of their promotional sports betting offers.
If the money goes into my Bet365 account, I will be able to place lay bets at an exchange and eventually the money will go from Bet365 into the exchange. You need to know about matched betting to understand this though...
I wouldn't recommend editing utility bills for anything tied to a bank account that has your name on it. You've also already messed up and called them as the account holder for a female account. However, at the end of the 180 day period, you should be able to request either a check or withdrawal into a US bank account. Checks wouldn't work for you since you can't cash it. They have never asked me for identification at that point even though most of my accounts were closed for verification of account holder. Most banks don't care that the names are a mismatch for deposits (only withdrawals).
Are you talking about virtual bank accounts?
I live in the UK so may not qualify for a US bank account?
If I am unsuccessful, maybe there is a service that can withdraw the money for a 20-40% cut?
I would rather pay 20-40% for such a service than end up with no money at all!
Also don't want to get scammed though...
Sorry. If you're in a paypal supported country and not trying to withdraw from Nigeria or whatever, it's fine. They will typically only withdraw to the bank account linked prior to the account being limited. There are people who deal in paypal unlimiting but you should understand that all these services involve explicit fraud.
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