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Default Question about CCnow. Please help

Someone said CCnow holds the money of your first sale for 45 days and after that money will be deposited into your account every 2 weeks.

My question is during that 45 day period, if I have say, 20 sales, are they going to hold the money of all those sales, or they just hold the money of the 1st sale?
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all sales.
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Do you mean i won't see any money during 45 days of the 1st sale?
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You wont see any money for 45 days starting from the day you make your 1st sale i belive, but you can still take sales but you wont gewt any money until after those 40 odd days i belive?
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Thank you guys for the info. Does CC now integrate with Ebay or I've got to email an invoice after the sale? Can I register any "doing business as" name with CC now?
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And also, do you use real info to register with CCnow?
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HI: Just a followup--
CCNOW--
a.) You must use your real info
b.) They deposit in to your real ck acct
c.) they have the 45 day wait period--its like the 1st 1-month anniversay of your first nearest ck cut date--so sounds confusing--but it averages 45 days--after that-its like clock work..every 15 days
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please read the forums every answer is easily found on the first page as well as any question you might have regarding ccnow, it has all been covered.
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Thank you guys for the info. Does CC now integrate with Ebay or I've got to email an invoice after the sale? Can I register any "doing business as" name with CC now?
The same questions I had once I started.
Ccnow can NOT be integrated with eBay. You will have to send a invoice to your buyers after auction ends(for sending details pm me). You will have to link a ⊗⊗⊗⊗ Paypal account to your eBay account and disable autocheckout so nobody makes payment to the ⊗⊗⊗⊗ Paypal account though sometimes people will make the payment into the ⊗⊗⊗⊗ Paypal account and in that instance you just refund them the payment and then send them a Ccnow invoice again.
No need to get a real DBA just create any generic name for your Ccnow account ie--USA Clothes for Less-- if you sell clothes. You have to keep a generic name because you will be accepting payment sfrom multiple eBay accounts.
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If it were me I would not have a ⊗⊗⊗⊗ paypal account, I would have an account that is verified with ⊗⊗⊗⊗ info of course and bank account. You never know that if you refund a buyer that he is ever going to pay you again and if they used paypal in the first place when you stated you only accept ccnow it is probably because they don't want to pay via CCNOW. I recommend the PayPal account for if some do pay via PayPal directly you can still get the money, just try to keep the majority of sales to CCNOW.
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First of all you will have to have a Paypal account in order to sell. Second of all eBay doesn't allow Ccnow as a merchant account. Yes you do have to have a verified Paypal account to link to eBay. I'm not recommending you to say in your listings that you accept Ccnow because your account will be suspended if you do say that. You say in your listing you accept Paypal and you will not be lying as you do accept Paypal but through Ccnow.
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My account is a pre 11/07 one and I don't need a Paypal account. So in order to accept CCnow, I still need to set up a ⊗⊗⊗⊗ Paypal account? What if I disable Paypal preffered on my listings and after the auction ends, just manually send buyers a CCnow receipt? Will that work?

I don't know how CCnow checkout process works: After buyers get ccnow receipt and want to pay with Paypal, the only thing they've got to do is to enter their Paypal email address and payment amount?
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disabling eBay checkout will do nothing it will still appear immediately following the auction for the buyer because PayPal is required for all listings and when PayPal is accepted you can't remove automatic eBay checkout. You do need a paypal verified account or a cc on your eBay account with just a regular non verified paypal account unless you're selling internationally.

after auction is over send ccnow invoice to buyer's e-mail address which can be found on the eBay sold item e-mail sent to your e-mail address. After this just wait for them to pay and that's it.
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