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Paypal Limited ? Here is My simple solution to get money from that account !!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by rashri, Sep 8, 2012.

  1. rashri

    rashri Junior Member

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    Last night my Paypal got limited... It has $$$ in it !!

    So i was frustrated...i really needed that money...!!

    So i found out the Solution . Here is what you can do :

    >> I just found out that Paypal allows to send you refunds even if the account is limited .
    So what i have done is o contacted recent peoples which have sent money to me in this account and told them that i am sending them refund .

    And also told them to make a new payment on my other PayPal address with that money . (You can send refund to peoples within 45 days of transaction ) .

    So i sent them refund and after that they made the payments on my new paypal....!!


    In this way i got my xxx$ from my limited account .

    Hope this Help somebody !!:cool:

    Cheers
     
  2. redclover

    redclover BANNED BANNED

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    In order for this to work your really going to be cooperation from customers. Most customers especially the
    picky eBay customers are not going to do this and think it is some type of scam. However if it worked for you this
    time then Cheers I am glad you have your money :)

    RedClover
     
  3. Murdoch1337

    Murdoch1337 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yeah I've done this in the past as well. It kinda works, but its not really effective if you haven't received payments you know from people in the last 45 days.
    Great suggestion though for those who have
     
  4. rashri

    rashri Junior Member

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    I know Co-operation of buyers is needed....But you can always try and there are nice people in this world . You have nothing to loose IMO .
     
  5. Sniper7

    Sniper7 BANNED BANNED

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    nice but I can't see how this works on bigger volumes, as reclover said its nice onetime getaway. :)
     
  6. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    That's a nice idea!
    I hope that paypal won't find a link with your new account that way. I wonder how intelligent their algorithm is... And wheter they're reading BHW ;).

    D.
     
  7. ethanmitchel

    ethanmitchel Regular Member

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    I personally wouldn't trust this, most people would just take the refund and then not pay you anything. I guess you have to have really trustworthy customers for this.
     
  8. ja1myn

    ja1myn Senior Member

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    Would be funny if they just kept your refund.
     
  9. rashri

    rashri Junior Member

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    This may not work with Ebay customers ....What i did is contacted the Persons that i have sent the money directly .I told my situation and Asked them about this .

    I contacted the people that i made most transactions .
    If they are refusing...You can tell them to give you some % of money .

    I honestly dont care if i had small money in that limited account....But if you have xxxx$ then this works best to get your reminder of money .
     
  10. Bestbuyfoam

    Bestbuyfoam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    This sounds good and thinking out side of the box...