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Hello everyone!

I initiated a PP withdrawal of $200 last week to my Fidelity brokerage account. And then my Fidelity account got frozen for some stupid personal reason which had nothing to do with PP. I just received an email from paypal saying that "Withdrawal from Your PayPal Account Denied". So my question is am I going to get limited now? Shall I call PP to explain? I'm freaking out. My ebay account has very good track records, and selling very few vero items. Any input is appreciated. Thank you a million!!

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depends.... Is your paypal account in your real name?
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Well did the money return to your paypal account? if it did and you are still limit free then your good

otherwise you are looking at a possible limitation
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Huh.... do you usually do withdrawals to a bank account? Why not just withdraw to the bank account and add funds to fidelity where you have no issues? I'm not sure what bank fidelity uses.
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Well did the money return to your paypal account? if it did and you are still limit free then your good

otherwise you are looking at a possible limitation
Yep, the money got back to my PP, and the account is still okay. I guess I'm gonna be alright?
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Huh.... do you usually do withdrawals to a bank account? Why not just withdraw to the bank account and add funds to fidelity where you have no issues? I'm not sure what bank fidelity uses.
Well......I don't have a bank account, I'm on ChexSystem.
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Some banks don't care that you're on chexsystems. Have you tried a local bank or credit union? I would also advise spending a few hundred dollars creating an LLC that has a tax ID. You can then open a bank account in that entities name, which you are the sole owner.

Don't ever give up because someone has your name on a spreadsheet.
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That piece of spread sheet is ruining my life......Thank you for the new idea, I will look into that right away!
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It's not really an idea, it will work. It's a method! People do it all the time. How do you think Donald Trump declared bankruptcy 14 times?
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