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Stuck Money in Paypal? Found a Solution

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Mr Spectre, Sep 21, 2015.

  1. Mr Spectre

    Mr Spectre Regular Member

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    Hi, if I am posting this in the wrong section, I request mods to move this to the relevant section then Thanks.

    Okay, I had like 5 PayPal accounts, one of them was my main account and the others were just throwaway but i had small amounts in all of these throwaway accounts which i badly needed since i don't earn much here on internet, and those small amounts were crucial for some start-up capital for me, but the problem was that i couldn't transfer money from those 4 throwaway PayPal accounts to my main one, they received money all okay but i was unable to send money from them. The money was not frozen but still it would always give an error or ask for verification SMS while sending. If you have encountered such a problem then these are two possible solutions which I used. First one is recommended.

    Solution One:

    1. First go to blogger and create a blogspot blog or any other free blog site and create a blog (if you already have a site or spare blog then no need.)
    2. Now go to PayPal, login with your main account and create a Donate button with the main account email, make sure you create a donate button with custom amount so you can donate as much as you want later. If you don't know how to create the button then Click here to learn , it's pretty easy and takes 50 seconds.
    3. Once you've created the button, PayPal will give you an HTML code, now go back to blogger (or your site) and create a new post, in that new post put that HTML code in the HTML side of the blog and publish it.
    4. Now go and visit your blog or that post, and you'll see that Donate button.
    5. click on that donate button and donate from your other accounts from which you can't send money, to the main account (with which you've created the button so the email will already be there, just put an amount, and PayPal will ask you to login so login with that account from which you want to donate, and in the next page click donate and it will go through.


    The donated money will be in your main account within seconds after you make the donation. I haven't read about this method anywhere, kind of thought of it on my own but I am pretty sure others would?ve exploited this too.


    Solution 2:

    1. Go to SEOclerks (or a similar sites such as Fiverr) and create an account and put your main PayPal account in the payment method and then create a GIG with your main PayPal account.
    2. Now create another account on SEOclerks and buy that Gig with those other PayPal accounts from which you can't make payments.
    3. Once you've done so, you can then withdraw money from the said SEOclerks after 14 days or whatever is their timing. There's a good chance you will be able to buy your gig with those other PayPal accounts, but sometimes it will be flagged for fraud etc. and SEOclerks will refund the money to the faulty PayPal account and the purchase won?t go through. The reason it will be raised for fraud is the same reason you can?t make payments from it in the first place so there must be something wrong with it. So i don't recommend this method. The first one is great, use that one.
     
  2. davain

    davain Regular Member

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    I've done the second method one different sites with varying success. Sometimes I could spend $500+ and other times I couldn't even get $20 to work.

    First method sounds much better but serious red flags if your side accounts start getting suspended and they all had something to do with your main account.
     
  3. Mr Spectre

    Mr Spectre Regular Member

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    i don't think so mate, because you'll create the donate button on a personal account, not on a business account and you can take donations up-to $10,000 and after that Paypal will ask you to verify yourself as charity or non-profit organization or something so i think it's pretty safe as long as as you're careful.
     
  4. HoNeYBiRD

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    well, if you're doing method one without changing the ip address and/or clearing cookies, chances are that you're linking your accs together, i'm not saying that it will cause a problem for sure, but the possibility is always there, so paypal can limit all your accounts at once including the main one where you send the donations
    i personally think method two is safer and it's basically the same as that ancient method which was about using freelancer sites long before seoclerk was established, the principle was the same and it was doable back then, i guess it still is, maybe not with the older sites, because paypal already caught up onto those, but with newer sites
     
  5. Mr Spectre

    Mr Spectre Regular Member

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    yep you're right honeybird, i cleared cookies and used incognito mode. My other accounts were kind of useless so i closed them once i was done sending money.
     
  6. HoneyHelper

    HoneyHelper Supreme Member

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    I like that 1st solution ! :)
     
  7. blackmint

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    How did you verify those throwaway accounts OP ??
     
  8. Mr Spectre

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    There are guys here on the forum who will verify such account for you for just $15.