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Paysafe cards. How to sell them quickly?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by supramanneke, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I got my hands on quite a large amount of Paysafe cards ( 100% legit! )
    Now, I've been seeing messages here of people selling 100EUR cards for 150 on Ebay. Is this still possible? And, if so, how do you do it?
    Or, is there any other way to make good money out of these? I don't want to go and buy products. I have enough products already :)

    Many thanks for your help!
     
  2. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Nobody who can help me here?
     
  3. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Maybe I should tell a little bit more about these paysafe cards, so that you guys know I'm not a fraudster.
    Basically, what it is, I am a wholesaler of Paysafe cards (not the physical cards, just the codes) in my country.
    So, the codes are my property. I paid for them. And I sell them with very low profit (together with other cards as well) to my existing clients.
    Now, I've read here somewhere that people sell them on ebay, for quite an interesting profit. That would be more interesting for me, than selling them on peanuts profit to my clients! Only I can't see anything like that on ebay. So, my question is, how can this be done? Or, is there anything else I can do with them to make a little bit more money?

    Again, they are MY property. They are fully paid for! And of course, legally obtained.

    I truly hope someone can help me out. I have had a lot of help from this forum in the past, and used a lot of services from here. So I always come back when I have a question.
     
  4. No.RuleZ

    No.RuleZ Elite Member

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    i dont understand how can u sell 100 euros for 150 euros, no one will buy that because those cards can be easily obtained in any store
     
  5. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Yes, that is what I thought as well. But I did see a thread here where someone claims they can be sold on Ebay.
    Maybe because in some countries they don't have Paysafe cards - or any other anonimous paying methods - and they are willing to pay good money for them. I don't know.

    I am hoping to get an answer on that from some one here. I have a feeling there are people here who know the story and know what to do
     
  6. araqueli

    araqueli Power Member

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    Beware if you sell that in ebay or via paypal, once you give the code, the buyer may claim a refund or even worse, he used a hacked paypal account. It used to happen with e-gold to paypal sellers.
     
  7. strangeris

    strangeris Registered Member

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    This is why paypal sucks hard. I heard that one guy produced custom e-cigs and sold them via paypal. Once users recieved their e-cigs they filed a dispute. And the e-cig producer lose his money because "customer's always right"

    Exchanging paysafecards to paypal is not clever, imo. For $10 paysafecard you get $4-6 paypal. One guy had sold $25 paysafecards for $40. Wow, i might buy a bunch of those and sell for good profits :D
     
  8. roxxer

    roxxer Registered Member

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    Hey mate,
    3 years ago i was doing the same thing. Was working great.
    Sold over ebay 50€ paysafecards for 70€, when I received the money, I went to the gas station and bought the PaySafeCards.
    It worked well(sold over 30 cards), but then i got a visit from the police, because the last bank transfer was made from a stolen credit card.
    I accepted no paypal payment but they have fucked me anyway.
    You should be careful by selling stuff like this over ebay.

    Sorry my english....

    - Roxxer
     
  9. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Ok, so I guess selling them is basically out of the question, right?
    I understand, people can ask a refund, and then you're f*cked of course. Also, people do frauds with the Paysafe codes, and will get you in trouble.
    I guess there's no point me asking if it's possible to do this anonimously...

    So, what else is there? What can you do with Paysafe cards, which will not cause you too much trouble. I mean, if I can get 20EUR per Paysafe card, I would be more than happy! Even less profit is still more than what I make from them right now.
    Any ideas are welcome.

    Thanks
     
  10. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Well, like I said, we sell them to our clients for a very small profit. Let's say, we make less than 2EUR from a 100EUR card. And clients don't use them often either...
     
  11. seoguy81

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    Paysafe cards are quite popular with online gamblers. You could google for some gambling affiliate sites and contact the webmaster and strike up some kind of deal to offer Paysafe cards to their visitors. I remember, few years ago they were quite popular in Austria. Besides gambling, adult traffic too could offer some good conversions.
     
  12. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    Hmm, I've been looking around a bit. To be honest, I think contacting the gambling sites seems like a good idea. But I won't make any profit on the codes. Selling them to people from countries where they are not available, looks like the best option to me. Creating a company there, is just not worth it. It would if I had hundreds to sell. But that's not the case. Selling on ebay looks way too risky indeed! So, I guess there's only one option left for me : keep selling to my clients on peanuts profit, and at a very slow pace. Anyway, I want to thank you very much, all, for your kind reactions with tips and ideas.... Too bad it didn't get me a lot further. But at least now I know more or less the options, and why it is risky. :)
     
  13. cocaco

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    you can use some service for exchange them but you will lose money. if you sell them on ebay be sure that someone trys to scam you. also you can sign up some poker or gambling sites and play a little and than request a payout
     
  14. supramanneke

    supramanneke Regular Member

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    It seems to me that you guys know everything about gambling... For me, that is not the case. So, gambling would be the answer, right? I'm guessing to sell them on ebay could also be classified as gambling, because of the risk... So, what's the difference, right? :)
     
  15. magicmaker

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    very very interesting - here is a thought - why would anyone in their right mind pay 150 euros for a Paysafecard worth 100 when they can just go to their nearest gas station and pick one up for the RIGHT AMOUNT!?I would suggest that you stop trying to rip people off, go to the paysafecard site and see what services you can purchase for the amount you have! They really have a ton of options!
     
  16. fastexchanges

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    Hello buddy. I'm providing Paysafe to Paypal exchange service.
    In case you are interrested, add me on skype: FastExchanges
     
  17. anatho

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    Yes, you can :)
    When I first saw your post, I thought, who in the world would pay ?150 for a ?100 psc?
    Then I checked out eBay and found out, people are really willing to pay this. E.g. ?100 for a ?50 psc:

    http://www.ebay.de/itm/Paysafecard-...074631892?pt=Gutscheine_1&hash=item1c309c44d4

    But you have to take care not to be scammed. If you send them by email, this is a virtual item and you are not protected by Paypal.
    So one way to overcome this, send it by email and also send it as a registered letter to the buyer's address.
    So if he says he did not receive it, you have a tracking number and he won't get back his money.
    And if he says he did not order it (unauthorized payment), paypal will take the money and refund him, but because you have a TRACKING NUMBER, you will also get refunded by paypal.
     
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  18. Dudyboy

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    I hope, it will not be spam, but don't want somebode buy paysafecards (USD)? I don't want commision for this or something like this. I bought them, because I wanted to send money to bet365, but then I realized, that it is not allowed for paysafecards, which was bought in US. Or can you give me advice, how I can exchange them to paypal to euros? I found a lot of ecurrency exchangers, but I don't thrust them.

    Apologize my English :)

    Thanks for answer.
     
  19. vinitzz

    vinitzz Newbie

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    hi I want psc can you please send me PM with the rates which you want to sell them.
     
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