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Paypal Limited Access Hold

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by train, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. train

    train Newbie

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    So I've had my paypal account recently put on limited access. They require my 'supplier' to send them invoices of where he purchased it from. I told paypal that my supplier does inventory closeout shopping and is a reseller and just buys random products to resell and happen to get a bulk of the items i'm selling.

    so what is the next step i should try to do? make my 'supplier' say that he does not have any invoices because these products are years old?
    so how would i go about doing an invoice? do i just make one up? isn't that a bit risky etc. i'm honestly willing to pay if someone can somehow legitimately help me out with the whole situation :)
     
  2. smartbro

    smartbro Newbie

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    My PP account before was put on limited access twice, but in that case they only asked me to send an billing address like (mobile phone statement, electricity statement, etc.) just to verify the address. I have just sent them a jpg file and in a few days they removed the access to my account. Hope that helps :).
     
  3. train

    train Newbie

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    I think yours was just to verify that your account belongs to you. As for me, I have to verify where I'm receiving the items that I'm selling (which aren't meant to be resold).
     
  4. mrunknown

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    Sounds like youve been selling knock offs on ebay huh?
    Do you have an friend that can pose as your supplier?
    Put together some fake invoices linked to a skype number or a prepaid
    phone
    ive done this with them 20+ times won some lost some
     
  5. train

    train Newbie

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    I'm actually selling promocodes that are completely legit and works. They just aren't meant to be resold. :eek:

    I've already told them my 'supplier'. Now they are asking for the transaction between my supplier and where he receives these promocodes from. It just seems like a never ending loop.


    Do you know any sites or anything that would be best to fake these invoices?