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Safely transfer money to main PayPal?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by mikeyjb, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. mikeyjb

    mikeyjb Newbie

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    I have a bunch of PayPal accounts that I am using to accept payments for on eBay/ my website.
    I also have one that is fully verified that I am planning to send all the funds to from my other stealth PayPals for withdrawal.
    Is this a good method? I'm just getting into it. I'm using different IP's, clear history cookies cache, etc.

    Just have a few quick ?'s

    What is the best way to send funds to my verified PayPal? (Send as service? send as Gift for no fees? Goods?)

    How much can I send to my verified PayPal without raising flags? And if my verified account is limited, can I resolve it easily by using the other accounts to confirm the payments?

    Most of all, is this a good method? Does anyone else do this?

    Just joined today, but I've been watching this forum for awhile. Figured it was time to join. Seems like a great place!
    Thanks!
     
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  2. m0nster

    m0nster Senior Member

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    don't know your answer. if you don't find a good answer here ask on aspkin forums.
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  3. Divinityfound

    Divinityfound Registered Member

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    I'd suggest asking a friend to help you with moving your funds.

    That would probably be the safest.
     
  4. hardinflash

    hardinflash Regular Member

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    dude, send it as a service. I don't know what kind of amounts your talking about but you could create a site or sales page detailing some kind of service like graphic design work. Make it look completely legit and send money requests and I would make it evenish amounts and leave any kind of like $.83 in the PayPal accounts. I mean I'm just thinking of how to do it without having them look into it in the first place and then if they do you're graphic design service is what you're selling if they do look into it.
     
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    I dont think it is a good way to transfer your paypal in one computer. I suggest you redeem them with your friend who is also using pp.
     
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    Yeah send it as a service
     
  7. christinastarrr

    christinastarrr Newbie

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    how much are u tranfers
     
  8. byte_s

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    How do you know if the payment send as a service?
     
  9. Schrib

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    wont it get linked tho as suspicious..and can i ask how do u use different ips?
     
  10. haki_master

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    I have many stealth paypal accounts too and regarding the process of withdrawing funds from them , well i send as service to my real paypal account.Few hints
    1.sending as service requires no shipping and also seems legit to paypal eyes as i definitely would avoid sending as gift as it will link your account , besides you have just to sacrifice the fee cost.
    2.do not send too much frequently , spread your payments among many stealth accounts.
    3.try not to send too much amounts every time , for example i set a barrier not to exceed 200$ every time i do this.
     
  11. Jteph

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    you should try finding help. friend's accounts or such. easy and safe.
     
  12. zzz92

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    You can use proxies or VPN.
     
  13. genieswish

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    wow i wouldnt have thought of this! why do you need multiple accounts?
     
  14. Aclizzy

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    Chances are any method you use to transfer funds from one paypal to another will be linked. Your best bet is to either send it as a gift to a friend via paypal, who in turn can withdraw the money and pay you in cash. If not, Pm me for more details
     
  15. InfinityAI

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    To send money to your real account, send the payment as a service.

    Reason is this:
    1. If you send as a gift, PayPal usually flags gift payments and you may get your account limited
    2. If you send as a good, they may ask you for tracking information

    Hope that helped
     
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  16. BuzzKill

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    Just an FYI. PayPal has gotten incredibly good at detecting footprints and locking accounts. Activity, age of account, IP's, cookies. Remember PayPal wins every time they lock up an account. That money sits in their accounts and collects interest and they know that many people will get tired of trying to retrieve their money. I would love to know how much 'forfeited' money PayPal sweeps up every year.

    I have had my business account locked up quite a few times for absolutley no reason. I have found that if you get a PayPal debit card, it helps to expedite issues.
     
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  17. InfinityAI

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    BuzzKill is right, but if you're careful, you should be fine. As a general rule, never keep more than $500 in a PayPal at a time. Always be withdrawing your money out so if your account does limit, you won't lose too much.
     
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  18. cashola

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    what about using a paypal invoice? would that be better than sending the money as a service?
     
  19. Vesania

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    Invoicing definitely does minimize suspicion but there is still the possibility that it can get limited. The good part is that if you send money to the Paypal and it gets limited, then simply refund and find an alternative route. The bad part is, if they both get limited, your pretty much out of the money unless you can get the limitation lifted.
     
  20. MadStacks

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    Never send the money as a gift and create a fake website offering services and channel the money
    through it to your verified PayPal account.
     
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