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For those of you never having had the Pleasure of a Paypal Limitation before.. Here is their Laundry List.. (You will get this approx. @ 6 months )

Steps to Remove Limitations

To Do Date Limited Required Response Status Action

Feb. 12, 2008 Fax or upload documentation

Photo ID Waiting for your response

Credit Card Statement Waiting for your response

Proof of Address Waiting for your response

Invoices Waiting for your response

Waiting for your response Resolve

Feb. 12, 2008 Resolve all complaints against your account Information Submitted Complete

Feb. 12, 2008 Confirm Location Information Submitted Complete

Feb. 12, 2008 Confirm your social security number Information Submitted Complete

Feb. 12, 2008 Provide Business Information Information Submitted Complete

Feb. 12, 2008 Provide Proof Of Shipping Waiting for your response Resolve

Feb. 12, 2008 Set your Credit Check Address Waiting for your response Resolve
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Creating a business Paypal account from the get go and you won't have any limitations towards you Paypal account for the most part.
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really aspkin? perhaps i should try that. is it possible to just add a bank account and no creditcard?
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Yes, but that's why there are prepaid cards. Paypal accepts most cards.
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"business" or would premier do the trick?
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so if you open a business account they won't ask for a ss#?
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They'll always ask for a SS# after you do a certain number of $ per day. I got hit with the SS# limit when my business account surpassed $1500 a day average.

But as long as you're verified and confirmed, you won't be limited because of that later on. That's why more Paypal accounts are limited in the first place.

Having a business account is okay, it probably won't do much more for you. But being verified and confirmed BEFORE you start any major transactions will save you a lot of trouble later on. Try it.
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i verified and confirmed my newer premier paypal account that had all legit info from a family member and the *******s still limited me. i only took in like $800 over a 2 week period.

now they're asking for the same information over and over again that i have already told them i cannot supply. they ask for bank and credit card statements that do not exist, because no paper documents are given. it is all online.

you can't even speak to anyone. all you can speak to is a mindless drone who has auto responses ready for any question you may have. it just keeps going into review, and then they end up asking for the same info i already supplied. you have to wait for the review email, and i know that it's gonna be another day of waiting, because they want more info! it just makes me sick.
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They'll always ask for a SS# after you do a certain number of $ per day. I got hit with the SS# limit when my business account surpassed $1500 a day average.

But as long as you're verified and confirmed, you won't be limited because of that later on. That's why more Paypal accounts are limited in the first place.

Having a business account is okay, it probably won't do much more for you. But being verified and confirmed BEFORE you start any major transactions will save you a lot of trouble later on. Try it.
I disagree, actually it will not because once your verified it means you can move out your money. I did some test and the accounts that had no bank account added almost never got limited when taking in about $500 per week. But the ones that get confirmed before taking money gets limited right away..
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I disagree, actually it will not because once your verified it means you can move out your money. I did some test and the accounts that had no bank account added almost never got limited when taking in about $500 per week. But the ones that get confirmed before taking money gets limited right away..
That doesn't make sense. Why would Paypal limit your account for adding a bank account to it?
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Because you can withdrawl money that way. No bank account means the money stay in the system..
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Bah!

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i've sent in some documents with "adjusted" info on them. i'm doing it the olf fashioned way though. actually clipping and taping over names and address. i'm about to send in some bank info now.
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Chris:
have u ran any amt of volume through these accts with no ck acct?
and what do u do with the funds then?
whats the point of the funds sitting in the acct?
-- I use mine- in and out like a check book, debits/ credits..
+ are you using brand new pp accts or are these tenured? 5,6,7 yr old accts, as this doesnt make sense.. ???
(btw- $500 is no volume, 1 or 2 sales at times)
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Chris:
have u ran any amt of volume through these accts with no ck acct?
and what do u do with the funds then?
whats the point of the funds sitting in the acct?
-- I use mine- in and out like a check book, debits/ credits..
+ are you using brand new pp accts or are these tenured? 5,6,7 yr old accts, as this doesnt make sense.. ???
(btw- $500 is no volume, 1 or 2 sales at times)
it can be volume for people who goods cost no more then $20-30..
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now they're asking for the same information over and over again that i have already told them i cannot supply. they ask for bank and credit card statements that do not exist, because no paper documents are given. it is all online.

you can't even speak to anyone. all you can speak to is a mindless drone who has auto responses ready for any question you may have. it just keeps going into review, and then they end up asking for the same info i already supplied. you have to wait for the review email, and i know that it's gonna be another day of waiting, because they want more info! it just makes me sick.
Have you read the threads on supplying documents? You CAN supply them....you have to be creative!

Yes, you can speak to someone, but that is NOT advised. Handle it via email if at all possible. If you're sure you have a phone # that is good to call them from....ask for a resolution manager. They have Major authority compared to the people you normally talk to! Tell them your baby's sick and you need to go to the pharmacy. ( Don't laugh, I did that a year ago and the resolution manager released a hold on $800 while I was on the phone with her!) I ran to the car, sped to the nearest ATM and emptied the paypal account! :D
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ebayvictim, i love it! I gotta save that little trick for the next time they limit with funds in the account.
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that's good advice. i will try that and try to get a resolution manager on the phone. the baby's sick thing sounds good too. i'll throw that little tidbit in there too.
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was just on the phone with another paypal drone phone operator, then i took ebayvistims advice about speaking to a resolution manager. after getting the run around from the operators i think i may have finally got somewhere. the manager is calling me back to maybe reinstate my account tonight without going through another day of painful review process. will post how it goes in a little while.
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success! if they are giving you hassle, talk to a resolution manager. you can actually get some where with them. he looked at my acount and saw i did all the steps they ask, and he reinstated my account. suck on that paypal!
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