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Hi Guys,

How much do you guys withdraw a time from paypal to your bank? If withdrawing large amounts or consistent amounts, might this raise alarms etc?

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been searching forums for "large withdrawals" etc cant find much
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Brownlad ,

I hope you enjoy getting ripped every time you ask a question !
This seems to be the way they like to do things here.

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While the topic has been debated , it seems the general consensus is that you should withdraw 499$ per day max with any new account. Some suggest you always leave 100$ in the account. I think that once your account has been running in good standing for more than 6 months you can exceed this. I am not sure how many people agree with that.
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hey dude thanks for that. Its not so much about paypal i was thinking about its the banks and how they might think it looks dodgey with thousands flowing through to bank accounts from paypal
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never had any problems with any of my banks. Even using ⊗⊗⊗⊗ names on the paypal accounts.
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the issue im talking about is high value withdrawals in your countries case i guess

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on newer accounts stick to under 500 per month, I know its tough but start slow and you can slowly gauge it, never more than 200 a day, been there, bang limitation..
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Brownlad ,

The last time I discussed this on the forum , I brought up the fact that daily withdrawals are only a small part of the risks you need to be aware of. Clearly monthly limits, received and withdrawn must also be taken into account. I have noticed from my own experience that going over certain monthly numbers has resulted in immediate limitation. The last time I brought this up it was not discussed , and not taken seriously.
So I think your question is fair , and I don't think people who know a little more should be so rude to you when you ask a simple question! Regarding the banking issue .. I can not comment on UK banks .. but have received significant amounts in Canadian banks with no problems.

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withdrawals is a major part of why pp limits you imo,

UK banks not a problem at all.
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what about received ?
must be the same ?
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otherwise you could just buy more stock .. instead of withdrawing ?
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just my opinion but its conveniently more ok for you to receive but when you withdraw then they like to hit you then (sounds a bit rude that sentence?)

but yes receiving is totalled up and subject to being limited too...whether you withdraw or buy
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Ok .. I just remember when my ebay sales have crossed certain milestones like 10k per month or 20 k per month ... limitations have been immediate.

So I am just guessing there is something to that ..
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I started withdrawing like crazy cause I was worried they were gonna mug my funds. Self fulfilling prophesy.
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Activity determines what happens as jesse said. Limit yourself to small(ish) amounts and be prepared.
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Brownlad ,

I hope you enjoy getting ripped every time you ask a question !
This seems to be the way they like to do things here.

Your answer ,
While the topic has been debated , it seems the general consensus is that you should withdraw 499$ per day max with any new account. Some suggest you always leave 100$ in the account. I think that once your account has been running in good standing for more than 6 months you can exceed this. I am not sure how many people agree with that.

I resent the ripped statement. This topic is old and has been talked about over and over. No there is no "perfect" answer, but a little research on the forum, you can kind of get an educated guess as what to do. I have been on this forum for over 2 years and I have seen this topic before, and quite frankly, I get frustrated with these lazy "new" threads. They only clutter up the boards.

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aww, be nice
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No Doubt, be nice and stop ripping on all the newbies....I think alot of people have lost sight of just why Aspkin created the forum in the first place.

I am more sick of the "read the forum, newbie" answers then the newbie questions.
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That's because it is viewed as showing disrespect towards the other forum members by shooting basic questions out of nowhere without even putting an effort into trying to get familiar with topics that have been covered already hundred times, over and over and over again.
Every newbie is more than welcome here. After all, we were all new at one time or the other..... I have seen quite a few newbies who indeed looked around before they asked and were obviously considerate towards others. So, it's not everybody is the same. I don't think this is personal against anyone, but I know things may be taken wrong way sometimes because it's up to reader to interpret what is said here. No pun intended...........
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imagine how streamlined this forum would be if people did the research first instead of asking a question that is already answered? i assume that everyone who posts here knows how to use the search function and has a 5th grade reading level at a minimum. as easy it was the newbies to google this forum, it is just as easy if not easier to search the boards for answers to their specific question(s). in fact, one of the primary rules of the forum, if not most forums, is to read first ask questions later. i don't think that simply stating the obvious "read the forums...an old topic" is being mean or nasty. i could have said a million other things to be a jerkoff.

i have been on this site since the beginning stages and to this day i still search first before asking a question. why should i expect less from a newbie???
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It would be a bonus if the n00bz would stop telling the even-n00berz that they can expect to get ripped on. Ripping hardly ever happens until somebody points a finger, and it is the finger pointer that then gets targeted.

I've seen no lack of welcome to the new users and I've seen no lack of answers being provided for the b'zillionth time. Every once in a while, somebody says go search. Maybe because that particular topic has been asked about 2 dozen times that day and 1000 times in the past. Maybe certain questions have answers that can easily be found with one eye tied behind the back.

I see at least one person in this thread that could really use the search feature more often, and a little less complaining.

So, if you get ripped, consider maybe not pointing fingers (?). Hmmm?!?

Also, if somebody DOES point out that a forum search WOULD have answered the question, do a search and see if that allegation is correct. If a search WOULD have done it, then fair dinkum, and zip it. Otherwise, just answer the question yourself and call it good, with no further editorial or barbed comments.
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