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Stealth Paypal negative balance question!

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by fetustochild, Sep 3, 2013.

  1. fetustochild

    fetustochild Newbie

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    So say someone opened a dispute on my PayPal for an amount less that £1000, making my account have a negative balance. My question is if I'm using a stealth PayPal most definitely anonymous, would I ever have to restore the balance? Or could I just think fuck it I'll make a new PayPal? Could PayPal possible contact my gmail used with the PayPal, to see which IP I've onced logged in on with (although I've used many other iPs) and link that to my real PayPal and charge me the negative balance? I'm just thinking of every single detail I've given away, but I'm not sure if PayPal would do this. Thanks, all help is appreciated.
     
  2. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Nope, paypal will trace down your IP and location and send collection agents to your door for collecting the balance :p
     
  3. fetustochild

    fetustochild Newbie

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    But I'm using a vpn every time I log into the PayPal....
     
  4. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Ahh dude forget it and open a new one (although I don't suggest playing shit with gaypal).
    Last post was pun intended..duhh .. :/
     
  5. fetustochild

    fetustochild Newbie

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    Oh haha, I thought you said note not nope. Okay so it'll be alright?
     
  6. Gogol

    Gogol Elite Member

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    Yes, given that you didn't have your real info attached to the account.
     
  7. raghav

    raghav Power Member

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    I don't suggest running away with others money, if you are no guilt try to resolve the issue with the buyer or give his money back.

    Its someone's hard earned money...
     
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  8. Gogol

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    Quite rightly so. I also agree with this :)
     
  9. fetustochild

    fetustochild Newbie

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    I also agree, but when its someone trying to scam me and file a complaint for a damaged item which was perfectly fine, I won't have guilt for them.
     
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    haki_master Regular Member

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    If they scammed you as a seller and i know the feeling then screw that paypal account.It is stealth anyway they cant trace you so actually in this case paypal takes the hit not the buyer , not you.
     
  11. NGALO1983

    NGALO1983 Junior Member

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    I got screwed big time and owe Paypal $4,000 I live in the U.S. but all my information was stealth. Nothing is real from name to number. They dont have my social number. Never used my real ip address neither. I dont plan on paying them back because I was scammed. My question is would Paypal dig deep in to your bank account to find out who you really are? Or by law they cant?