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Default How can I withdraw funds after 180 days?

I've got a few accounts that were limited. however had to close excess accounts after a warning from my bank (saying I'd opened/closed too many accounts even though there is no formal limit).

I know I can add a new account after 180 days and have the funds withdrawn to it but then I have no other use for it, even if I don't confirm it Paypal still log it as an account in their system whether its confirmed or not.

My banks security had previously got involved and asked why I'd opened/closed accounts and I just said I run a few eBay's and could only have 1 account for each shop. Then reminded them I've been with them for 10 years and there is nothing to tell me there is a limit of accounts I can have.

security were terrible about it yet customer service were like "Well it doesn't say there's a limit so I don't see the problem".. Are there any other options for us to withdraw the funds?
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Customer service within Australian banks is never 'great'. Once account issues get escalated to Security, it is like that permanent paypal limitation. They act like that because of those ridiculous anti-money laundering laws and because they can.

Back to your issue: how about a savings account or credit union account? Minimum fuss to open those.
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Problem is with some PP accounts I need to open new accounts to transfer the funds into - then close them because I simply have no other use for them.
Good thing about Commonwealth (who I had a problem with) was you can open new accounts instantly, your new BSB and account # appear within minutes.

I still have a few limited and was withdrawing around when the 180 days were up but this put a crimp in my plan despite not doing anything illegal, just using eBay/PP this way due to their well, crap way of running things.
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Have you tried Australia Post Load and Go Pre-Paid Visa? They have a ccard # as well as a BSB and ACC # attached to them. No ID required to purchase over the counter at Australia Post or online.
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I don't think you can transfer funds to the CC though, or have you done that previously?
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Have you tried Australia Post Load and Go Pre-Paid Visa? They have a ccard # as well as a BSB and ACC # attached to them. No ID required to purchase over the counter at Australia Post or online.
Actually that may be a really good idea, just looked it up here: Reload your card (Load&Go) - Australia Post

Says you can reload via internet banking which is cool :D Thanks a heap!
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Yes you can transfer funds to the card.
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Can you not send the money to a friends account in the form of a gift or ⊗⊗⊗⊗ purchase, and ask them to withdraw the money for you?
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account is limited. No point.

In any case such transfers are too risky for both parties. Never advisable.

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