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  • #16
    Originally posted by Modee View Post
    And the latest is that the option to request payment for non-Ebay auctions is gone too!

    Only options for PayPal money requests are now: Goods or Services.
    So what is the best way for send huge money from one to another PP Account? Goods or Service?

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    • #17
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      • #18
        Paypal without U.S bank account

        Hi, I live in thailand i only have a thai bank account is it possible to use paypal without having a U.S bank account?

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        • #19
          Not really the right place to ask... But yes you can. Thai banks are accepted by Paypal no problem. Just register a Thai account. If you're planning on selling with a US account, no, you can't do that with a Thai bank.

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          • #20
            Hmm...

            If one has a limit of $500 in PayPal account (doesn't want to divulge social security number to PayPal to raise limit) and if an excess occurs, how can one get access to the excess, say an extra $200?

            Thanks,

            Junie

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            • #21
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              • #22
                Consider also changes in regulation of fund transfers:
                PayPal new policies 10/30/2015 - regulating PayPal to PayPal transfers - Free EBAY, PayPal, Business and Law Forums - Ebay Suspension, PayPal Limited
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                • #23
                  People ask - if I am forced to send some money to someone from my PayPal, what is the least risky way to do it? between say, these methods:
                  1. Sending it as friends or family.
                  2. Sending it for a service.
                  3. Creating an invoice.

                  Well, remember of course what is outlined in the first post of this thread - the analysis,

                  and basically - pick the method that seems the highest on the totem pole (and has the lowest risk). Between these three methods, Creating an invoice means simply - sending a money request. It doesn't matter if you send the request via invoice or simple money request.

                  At the end of the day, what matters more than HOW you request the money is WHO is paying you. Is this truly an arm's length transaction, or will it at least APPEAR like an arm's length transaction and not simply an attempt to transfer money between related accounts?

                  Consider, are these PayPals somehow deemed to be related / linked to each other, by IP address, cookies, flash objects, etc.? If not, then it won't matter quite as much how you request/get the money from one PP to the other.

                  Keep in mind of course, that if you request money from friends/family, that this pretty much ADMITS that your accounts are related and this isn't so much an arm's length business transaction, but then, the whole PURPOSE of PP friends/family money transfers is convenience.

                  Basically, if PP thinks you are trying to circumvent their fees or do anything shady, like moving money around between accounts that you control, then they will shut you down. And if not, if this appears like a legitimate friends or family transaction, or attempt to collect for a business transaction between unrelated parties, they will let the transaction go through.

                  I once "cashed" $3000. out of my cousin's American Express for him, sort of like a cash advance, in my own premier PayPal account. He paid me the transaction fee, and I gave him the cash. I did it with trepidation, I was worried that PP would penalize me somehow as it realized that the transactions were between two people with the same last name, but the strength and standing of my account in the end came through I suppose because I did not encounter any issues. I did this as a simple emailed money request.

                  So bottom line, if you must transfer money from one of your PPs to the PPs, make sur ethe two PPs are not related, and STEP BACK A MINUTE, and THINK, of how to do as you would for a legitimate third party business transaction. As long as what you do looks right, PayPal will let it through.

                  But keep in mind - once you do such a PP to PP transaction, those two PPs will be linked in some way, and you had better be mindful of all of these factors in the future.




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                  • #24
                    Note that the PayPal virtual debit card is no longer available, but

                    Another option is to get a reloadable PayPal prepaid card
                    PayPal Prepaid | PayPal Prepaid Mastercard | Prepaid Debit Cards
                    and load it with the balance from your PayPal account.
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