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July 29, 2014, 04:26:46 AM
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Business verified, never have to worry about disputes or charge backs.

Can provide proof of existing business, etc.

Currently trading in amounts of $100-$500

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Still need.

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July 30, 2014, 09:46:37 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.
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July 30, 2014, 10:34:24 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.
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July 30, 2014, 10:48:29 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!
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July 30, 2014, 01:44:40 PM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!

False, it may still be marked as an unauthorized transaction.
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July 31, 2014, 04:05:20 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!

False, cannot charge back 6 months later, shows how little you actually know.

Also PayPal tells you if they paid by PayPal money or CC/debit card.

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July 31, 2014, 05:01:20 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!

False, cannot charge back 6 months later, shows how little you actually know.

Also PayPal tells you if they paid by PayPal money or CC/debit card.


Define "charge back", then define "court order or binding arbitration ruling in the perjurer's favor" up to a year or more in the future.

Saying that you don't trust someone because of their behavior is completely valid.
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August 03, 2014, 02:44:52 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!

False, cannot charge back 6 months later, shows how little you actually know.

Also PayPal tells you if they paid by PayPal money or CC/debit card.


Define "charge back", then define "court order or binding arbitration ruling in the perjurer's favor" up to a year or more in the future.

Nope, court won't side with the sender after said period, nor is it worth the resources, time and money for amounts $1000 and under.

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August 03, 2014, 05:04:29 AM
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Sorry man but I have had my PayPal account for more than 10 years and VERIFIED means nothing. Proof, and other really has no place. You are going to find this superficially hard unless you can get vouches, I'd offer to assist but I don't think I can risk something like this.

Charge backs are sometimes started by the users, not just PayPal. This means that OP has every mean to charge back if he deems necessary, hence it may be potentially unsafe. However, I have done many PayPal to BTC deals (not with OP!) and have been quite safe.

Trust me, I know how PayPal works - when I had my own business in operation I had people charge-back after 6 months even though they paid with PayPal.

Most of our customers were of course reputable but there was the odd bad egg like this is anywhere, the online retail world can be good and it can be bad.

PayPal would normally only reverse funds if it did not fit in with their terms of service and eCurrencies like BitCoin do not fit within that category.

PayPal will not reverse payments if they were sent as friends/family but the only real safe way around this is if it was paid to you via a PayPal balance and as friends/family.

Otherwise it is hard to tell how the payment was made to the PayPal account, Bank Account and/or Credit Card - this is what makes it risky!

False, cannot charge back 6 months later, shows how little you actually know.

Also PayPal tells you if they paid by PayPal money or CC/debit card.


Define "charge back", then define "court order or binding arbitration ruling in the perjurer's favor" up to a year or more in the future.

Nope, court won't side with the sender after said period, nor is it worth the resources, time and money for amounts $1000 and under.

Thank you for speaking for all judges on planet earth.

If the sender/PayPal scammer sends tens of thousands of dollars then claims their PayPal account was hacked, it would most definitely be worth less than tens of thousands of dollars to win a case.

Saying that you don't trust someone because of their behavior is completely valid.
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