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I currently have one paypal account. When I print my shipping labels on ebay, if there are enough funds in paypal, the cost of shipping is taken out of my balance. If not enough funds (scared to keep much of a balance right now with all the new paypal changes) it is then taken out of bank account that is my primary choice of paying for shipping or items I purchase.

Currently I am not seeing anything different in appearance in my paypal account. I have read on here about a claim it button etc, but I have not seen that at this time.
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Currently I am not seeing anything different in appearance in my paypal account. I have read on here about a claim it button etc, but I have not seen that at this time.
you're super lucky that you don't have the claim it button
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They are making some adjustments for our needs and we will be in beta testing in a few weeks.

Biggest hangup right now is they do not import product weights off of the marketplaces.
The biggest problem that I can see is limited API's to market Places, no website integration such as magento, big commerce, opencart even OS Commerce. There is no other shippers such as UPS, Fedex, Ascendia or DHL ecommerce.

For free for a small seller on eBay and etsey it is OK, if you are an Amazon seller it is not usuable and if you want to grow a business then Pirate Ship is not suitable at this present time in its development.
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The biggest problem that I can see is limited API's to market Places, no website integration such as magento, big commerce, opencart even OS Commerce. There is no other shippers such as UPS, Fedex, Ascendia or DHL ecommerce.

For free for a small seller on eBay and etsey it is OK, if you are an Amazon seller it is not usuable and if you want to grow a business then Pirate Ship is not suitable at this present time in its development.
I almost exclusively use USPS and this year I will spend about 500K with USPS. and ship roughly 90,000 items.

For my business and clients, amazon has been dead for years. Total annual sales on amazon is less that a decent day on ebay in my market. We have several accounts selling 30k+ a month. We dont do that combined on amazon in a whole years anymore.

If pirateship can save me a few hundred a month in service fees and handle my volume and needs with some adjustments, Great. If not, we will just keep on using ship station. Should know within a month I am linking some of our Chinese ebay accounts to it this week for reliability tests.
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How to save my paypal account? I have a USA Paypal. Where I will get paypal cash account document like " taxpayer identification number"? Plz Help
















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How to save my paypal account? I have a USA Paypal. Where I will get paypal cash account document like " taxpayer identification number"? Plz Help




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Nowhere, you shouldn't have made an US account.
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... this year I will spend about 500K with USPS. and ship roughly 90,000 items.... We have several accounts selling 30k+ a month...
Thanks for sharing that info- posts like this from senior members here (so I know the figures are real) are something I find SO motivating- that business is possible and a reminder that there are still opportunities out there.
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