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Default Paypal verifying - any common amounts?

Had to change the bank account on Paypal and it's taking *forever* to verify. It's been over 5 days now. It should have been completed by now!

I'm now thinking of trying to guess the amounts to move things along. Has anyone done this before? Are there "stock" numbers that seem to come up more often than others? I know it's all automated, but I have noticed before that I did end up with the same amounts a couple times so that gave me the idea that *maybe* I could guess. And I did, once. Didn't want to risk it again until I had more info for fear of locking up the account.
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I wouldn't risk it. Just like my mechanic says, who's been working on my mustang for the last month, be patient.
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jack... trust me it doesnt work ... u will end up being in the wrong place.. better wait.. be patient.. grab a cup of coffee go watch a movie enjoy pop corns along but cool oofff.. let the nature take its course
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I understand what you're saying, it's just driving me crazy since I finally have some working plans in place and it was messed up by auto-verify! I'm sitting on my hands here with merchandise and I'm going batty!

Did you read about the lady who waited a YEAR for a mechanic to be done with her car?! That's just crazy!! Even a layman could have repaired it in a year!
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Lol.. yeah it's problem after problem with this guy... but hopefully I'll get it later today or tomorrow. I spent way too much this time around.

New times... rims... 3 core radiator... electric fan... tubular k-member... tack-o-meter... and a bunch of other ****. I'll write a post about it when I get it back. I'll have a bunch of photos too.
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Aspkin didn't you tell use that you just sold your Mustang over a month aao on craigslist?

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/ebay-di...-odd-cars.html

I'm confused now...

Aspkin said:
"Oh I see. I just finish selling my 94 Mustang within 2 days of listing the car, that's why I mentioned it. Maybe craigslist.org?



I've listed cars on eBay before and never had any biters."
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Maybe he has more than one. He's mr. moneybags! Could I get a loan boss?
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Your right. I forgot he does have 2 mustangs
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Aye, my 87 GT. My 94 one is gone.

http://www.aspkin.com/gallery/main.p...serialNumber=4

That's an old image. It's changed a lot since then.
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Nice But man I'll bet that thing attracts birds like nobody's business.
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Bird? You mean like real bird?

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You're in Detroit Chris?
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Deeeeetroit Bask it ballll
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Uh, back to the real subject here>>> Don't risk it, they only give you a certain amount of attempts for the small ver amts, and then they will limit you :(
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Business. Want to be paid. The usual stuff.
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Want to hurry up and get that money out before they catch on to you
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Yeah I see you deleted my reply again. What else is new.

For those who care and DON'T have a smart remark to share, I STILL have not received the deposits that were sent now over a week and a half ago. I did however receive a very puzzling email with the following:

The two deposits that Paypal sent to your bank account as part of the bank verification process were returned to us for the following reason:

Your bank does not recognize this bank account number. Please check the bank account number and bank routing number you entered. If they are correct, please call your bank.

Sincerely,
PayPal

Google search revealed that others have received this response too, but no one seems to know the cause. Paypal and the bank are no help at all on this error message. Apparently no one knows anything. Makes me feel confident.
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Bird? You mean like real bird?

That's a BIG bird. Don't let that near the car for sure or you'll be cleaning for DAYS!
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HI- I got a pAYPAL DEBIT CARD for my pp acct, then added another user. (that gives me 2 cards x $400/day each- then I got 2 debit cards on another acct = 2 cards, and 1 card on another = 5 cards, x $400= $2,000/day cash at the atms... this is how i get the funds out before they limit. (OH- if you get say 1500 in one acct- yea, you got to eat the 3%-- make a send money+ send $800 to each of the other accts for that day, fo you follow me, or i figure the fees, and send alittle more. Paypal takes additionally $1 per each withdrawl at the atm.. Hope this helps
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they are Premiere Business accts, the third acct was only a year old, would not let me get 2, just one, thats how i got 5 cards. Maybe the feedback score has to be over 1000 or something?? dont know?
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My accts were both taken down , right after ebay took down, I am now certain it was because of a Jealous competitor... creating numerous accts, sending emails like crazy to ebay.. until they had enough, felt it was easier to suspend.
Ebays reason was Vero, PP said cannot use their site to sell illegal items., (Called and wrote pp, no good)- The items they took me off for, cases for rolex boxes, were purchased on ebay, but when tried to resell, told its encouraging ...
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You cannot guess. You have 3 tries and if you get them wrong you'll be locked out. lol.
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