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August 22, 2016, 04:36:08 AM
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Dont Deal with paypal i think they clearly a scamming people


Can you please elaborate on which base you ‘think’ that paypal is a scam?  Simply just because they give more benefits to the buyers and ensures the security of their transaction makes them scammer through seller point of view?

I am a trader and dealt many times with them as payment option for my digital goods, I never had any bad experience with them so far (in spite of the fact that they have critical restrictions in India).
Don’t blame anyone unless you have proof, it takes too much time to build a reputation and seconds to destroy it.


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August 22, 2016, 04:59:33 PM
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Dont Deal with paypal i think they clearly a scamming people


Can you please elaborate on which base you ‘think’ that paypal is a scam?  Simply just because they give more benefits to the buyers and ensures the security of their transaction makes them scammer through seller point of view?

I am a trader and dealt many times with them as payment option for my digital goods, I never had any bad experience with them so far (in spite of the fact that they have critical restrictions in India).
Don’t blame anyone unless you have proof, it takes too much time to build a reputation and seconds to destroy it.

At this point, you should read this: Beware of PayPal and other reversible transfer services https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=14632.0

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August 23, 2016, 10:05:52 AM
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better dony use paypal anymore

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September 04, 2016, 06:30:51 AM
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Dont Deal with paypal i think they clearly a scamming people


Can you please elaborate on which base you ‘think’ that paypal is a scam?  Simply just because they give more benefits to the buyers and ensures the security of their transaction makes them scammer through seller point of view?

I am a trader and dealt many times with them as payment option for my digital goods, I never had any bad experience with them so far (in spite of the fact that they have critical restrictions in India).
Don’t blame anyone unless you have proof, it takes too much time to build a reputation and seconds to destroy it.

At this point, you should read this: Beware of PayPal and other reversible transfer services https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=14632.0


Timelord2067, Thanks for the reference thread, I am not sure how it’s going to work with PayPal in India.
Since any balance (literally any, even $0.1) received in the paypal account in India, it is auto withdrawn in the bank account associated with it because of the instructions are given by central bank of India.
So unless a credit card is linked to the paypal account, how sender is going to claim a refund with the reversible transaction (since his funds are auto withdrawn in the bank).

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