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want to start working at paypal!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ddh213, Jan 12, 2012.

  1. ddh213

    ddh213 Registered Member

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    hi guys! well theres a new call centre opened up for paypal quite close to me. and my friends have all been accepted so I'm pretty sure i can :). anyway i was wondering if i did get in i would probably be able to do all sorts of things to paypal accounts as i would only be joining the job to open up all my closed paypal account. so i was wondering if this is possible.. is there a market for this? i mean could i sell a service which allows you to re open up closed paypal accounts as I'm pretty sure i would have some admin tools.

    how many people here would buy it?

    thanks!

    p.s I'm doing this because i hate paypal!
     
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    stelios0 Junior Member

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    I will give you my email to transfer some money from the closed accounts. i take the rensponsibilty 50/50 revenue lol
     
  3. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    open a service to unlock 180 frozen accounts.

    you'll be a millionaire overnight
     
  4. smallgiant

    smallgiant Regular Member

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    Would be a very popular service until you get arrested.
     
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  5. fused6216

    fused6216 Newbie

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    If you are serious about this, then you are a total fool.

    They will catch on eventually, and when they do you could be charged with embezzlement and jailed for a long time.
     
  6. Kickflip

    Kickflip BANNED BANNED

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    This is a good idea, if you enjoy visiting jail. They can easily audit your activity and trace it back to you, and it will be highly illegal based on your position in the company. Depending on your country, I would be very careful.
     
  7. ddh213

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    i am serious. i would simply do what i needed to do and then never show up to work again. i actually worked for microsoft zune in the same company. and gave my self around 100,000 microsoft points and 5 years of xbox live. i already know the system they use. and as long as you make it look real. such as typing in notes that the user called in and provided correct info. theres not reason to raise any suspicion. it can defiantly be done.
     
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    If you are a heartless bastard that enjoys stealing peoples money and f'ing with their lives without reason, then it sounds like a perfect fit. Paypal blows.
     
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    celticwoman Newbie

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    they'd throw the book at you, hell... several books
     
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    mdsurf Senior Member

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    and this is why hiring employees is a complete and utter nightmare, even before you've APPLIED for the job you're looking for ways to steal from them. please go fuck yourself
     
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    you just implicated yourself as well...




    this also reminds me of a video I saw the other night on tv. This kid goes into a gas station to apply for a job. Gives the manager his application. The manager goes into the back room to get some paperwork, and while the manager is in the back, the kid see's a donation jar for some charity. Kid steals the donation jar. Manager notices it missing and reviews surveillance tapes. Cops go to the address on the job application.....
     
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  12. SpYdIr

    SpYdIr Registered Member

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    Don't ever try that.
    Am 100% sure that you will be arrested.

    Don't ever play with corporate companies. You may escape one time but not all the time.
    It might look like they are not watching but you know all most all the companies have their eyes fixed behind all their employees.
     
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    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    If it's like the company I work for, then they would probably have software installed on your work station (computer) that records everything you do.
     
  14. jon_xx_x

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    You are all fools if you think he's going to have access to accounts and can transfer money. He's going to sit there and answer retarded questions like "What exactly is this Paypal and why do I need it?".
     
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    It's actually much easier then you think, he can make it seem legit and explain to his manager that he did it because of X reason, the first time he does it worst he can get is a warning I'm sure. I recommend a bid to unlock an account, whoever bids the highest you unlock their account. Do one account each week.
     
  16. Kickflip

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    How would you know that? Do you think none of the call center employees has access to open/close accounts? You don't know much about the OP or what type of call center or what position he will be working in. I have worked in lots of call centers and I answered all the basic FAQs, but I also had a lot of power and control over customer accounts. I just don't see how you came to that conclusion, so maybe you can post more inside information we don't have.
     
  17. ddh213

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    lol. at what point did i say i would be transferring money? its not like that at all. it would be on the billing side of things not general customer services. sure i would not have access to all the things but i would to most.
     
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    There's a specific team of people who work with unlocking accounts/lifting blocks. There's no X reason. There are more than one tier of id checking/cross checking. You need to have valid documents. How do you suggest he gets past all that?
     
  19. Ghoast

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    paypal just shut my account down because tehy said I have multiple accounts... I don't and it's bullshit
     
  20. papaRock

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    Please don't tell me that you are serious!
    Do you know what is Paypal?
    This is not a small enterprise company we talking about.
    Obviously they have invested a large amount of money to cover any internal fraud.

    I have a friend who used to work in Citibank (in south east asia)
    He emailed few thousand cards database to his friend that working in Nova Scotia Bank.
    Guess what? Citibank New York caught the transaction and terminate him on the spot.
    and now after 3 years he still jobless because most HR have blacklisted him.