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February 04, 2015, 11:59:14 PM
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These PayPal My Cash cards have been bringing a lot of negative vibes to the forums.
They're the new Starbucks gift cards for money laundering, and there's certain aspects about posts made involving them that's a dead giveaway for such. But I can't say what that is Smiley

They are the new MoneyPaks. MoneyPak reload codes are no longer sold at most places so the next best thing that can be carded at certain stores is PayPal mycash cards. They will probably get pulled soon enough... Wonder what scammers will try and sell next.

They are not the new moneypaks. A lot of people have the wrong idea when it comes to reload cards. Reload cards will always exist no matter what happens. Moneypak was just in too many controversies. This led to a spawn of other reload(it) cards.

I meant the way people are getting them, usually by using stolen credit cards and by scamming others. If you haven't noticed, moneypak resellers have switched over to reselling paypal mycash cards.

This forum is going to be flooded with people trying to make a quick buck by reselling these cards. You should be VERY careful buying and loading them to your personal paypal account because eventually paypal will freeze your account just like they did with fraudulently obtained moneypaks.

Speaking of paypal mycash cards, it's funny how newbies will get negative feedback for trying to resell cards but take a look at this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=942945.0  Roll Eyes No negative feedback left on his profile.

I have been dealing with mycash cards long before the demise of moneypak. PayPal has always frozen account holders who redeem more than 1 $500 mycash card in a row. I have seen this occur myself. It is interesting how it works. Many codes come from ransomware. Even reloadit, vanilla, and so on come from ransomware. Keep in mind, vanilla are discontinued starting April 1, 2015. That leaves reloadit on the table. I, myself am a vendor on a rather large scale. Moneypak was awesome. Vanilla is awesome. Mycash is something I am not a fan of.
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February 05, 2015, 12:03:58 AM
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I have been dealing with mycash cards long before the demise of moneypak. PayPal has always frozen account holders who redeem more than 1 $500 mycash card in a row. I have seen this occur myself. It is interesting how it works. Many codes come from ransomware. Even reloadit, vanilla, and so on come from ransomware. Keep in mind, vanilla are discontinued starting April 1, 2015. That leaves reloadit on the table. I, myself am a vendor on a rather large scale. Moneypak was awesome. Vanilla is awesome. Mycash is something I am not a fan of.

Mycash will be gone pretty soon.. I'm sure during the next few weeks paypal is gonna be getting enough complaints to not want these on the market. Next will be reloadits, the only ones left for scammers.
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February 05, 2015, 01:28:18 AM
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I have been dealing with mycash cards long before the demise of moneypak. PayPal has always frozen account holders who redeem more than 1 $500 mycash card in a row. I have seen this occur myself. It is interesting how it works. Many codes come from ransomware. Even reloadit, vanilla, and so on come from ransomware. Keep in mind, vanilla are discontinued starting April 1, 2015. That leaves reloadit on the table. I, myself am a vendor on a rather large scale. Moneypak was awesome. Vanilla is awesome. Mycash is something I am not a fan of.

Mycash will be gone pretty soon.. I'm sure during the next few weeks paypal is gonna be getting enough complaints to not want these on the market. Next will be reloadits, the only ones left for scammers.

There are other reloads besides reloadits. There will always be some form of card that you can reload out on the market.
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