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Question for the guys from India

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by matei, Jun 29, 2012.

  1. matei

    matei Junior Member

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    Basically, the story is like this: a friend of mine worked for a guy from India. When he asked for withdrawal, the guy from India told him that he has issues with the payment, because the Indian government requires auto-withdrawal each day. My take is that this is BS and that my friend will be scammed since I've never heard this excuse before.
    Besides, I've been working with fellows from India for more than 3-4 years and have always received payments in time. Still, it's better to ask rather than force a conclusion.
    So, can anyone give me a quick reply?
     
  2. Z0mbie

    Z0mbie Regular Member

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    The auto-withdrawal part is true. And we can't send payments from balances either. You need a credit card attached to send payments.
     
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  3. mangobajito

    mangobajito Power Member

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    Yeah indian paypal accounts are auto withdrawn everyday
     
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  4. matei

    matei Junior Member

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    Ok, thanks. So, can you describe me the exact procedure and maybe tell me how long does it usually take to pay somebody?
     
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    pride1760 Registered Member

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    the procedure is the same. payment is also instant. the only difference is that with indian paypal accounts, they can't send payments from their paypal balance. they compulsorily have to use a credit/debit card.
     
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