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I got some money to my PP and got limited.
I was creative but it looks like supplier invoice was not enough for them and now I'm stuck with this message:

Provide website offering products, please provide access to the URLs of any website/s where these transactions originated.

What does it mean exactly? How am I going to move forward?
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how do you receive paypal payments ? by papal invoice ?
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Default Re: Paypal Limited and asks for: Provide website offering products

That's bold.

Do you have a store somewhere where you're accepting PayPal? Probably not as this is easily detectable by PayPal.. unless you're using some sort of inbetween redirect hiding things.

Agreed with TOOKNAPA; how are you accepting payments?
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Default Re: Paypal Limited and asks for: Provide website offering products

No not with invoice. Just asked them to send me as family friends.

The thing is I sent PP a link that I ordered the items but they still send me the same automated message I pasted above.
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That's bold.

Do you have a store somewhere where you're accepting PayPal? Probably not as this is easily detectable by PayPal.. unless you're using some sort of inbetween redirect hiding things.

Agreed with TOOKNAPA; how are you accepting payments?
No I don't have a store. I tried to purchase something from a website which refused my country then I used a VPN and then again refused the payment. After that my account is limited.
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Default Re: Paypal Limited and asks for: Provide website offering products

Seems like there's so many things wrong with this account.

1. Using friends and family all the time for payments is a big mistake.
2. Which VPN did you use? This is very important also.

If you have the chance, read the stealth guide again if you don't already have it. It'll set you up better for the future so you have some back ups when something like this happens again.

As for a solution, this one is tough if they want a website. Personally I'd call them up and say :"Hey, I gave you a company invoice already, hope this works".

Because some distributors don't have websites, you know.
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Provide website offering products, please provide access to the URLs of any website/s where these transactions originated.
Do they ask for where you buy or where you sell ?

Agree with SaiJin, friend & family payment is the wrong way as you avoid paypal fees and cheap VPN will give you blacklisted IP
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Do they ask for where you buy or where you sell ?

Agree with SaiJin, friend & family payment is the wrong way as you avoid paypal fees and cheap VPN will give you blacklisted IP
Yes they asked where I bought the products that I received money to my PP.

What is the safest things to write into the invoice when I request money on PP?
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Yes they asked where I bought the products that I received money to my PP.

What is the safest things to write into the invoice when I request money on PP?
the safest thing to write is the real thing you sell, if your products are out of their policy, just write a reference or order number.
Be prepared one day or another, they will ask you were your sales come from
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Default Re: Paypal Limited and asks for: Provide website offering products

Well for sure never ask for friends or family payment.
ANd match the info of the products in your invoice with the products you are billing your customers for.

BUt more importantly. did you manage tto get this one resolved yet?
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Well for sure never ask for friends or family payment.
ANd match the info of the products in your invoice with the products you are billing your customers for.

BUt more importantly. did you manage tto get this one resolved yet?
No not yet. I'm still stuck with the same error. I think I should call them.
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