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hey guys i was wondering if with drawing like $300 bucks on my second withdrawal will cause a limitation?? the paypal account is in good standing with everything shipped??
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From what I've read, I think anything under $500 is safe to withdraw. Don't take my word for it though I'll leave experienced ones to answer.
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You should be fine. How long ago was your last withdrawl and how long has the money been in the account? Also are you leaving any money in the account or will the balance be zero?
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is your account over 30 days old? -then $300 seems ok
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like wtf? something has to be done about these paypal idiots once and for all. when people start asking is it too much to draw out X amount of their own money.....something is very wrong. the way i see it...its my freakin money. paypal doesnt know my life situation or anyone else . point blank people are in need of their own money.
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like wtf? something has to be done about these paypal idiots once and for all. when people start asking is it too much to draw out X amount of their own money.....something is very wrong. the way i see it...its my freakin money. paypal doesnt know my life situation or anyone else . point blank people are in need of their own money.
If only it worked like that then most of us wouldn't be here! Fact is when you sign up with Paypal you agree to the Terms of Service. Basically you are telling them that yes you would love for them to withhold your money for 180 days while they earn interest off of it. Paypal isn't a bank so they aren't governed by the regulations of the banking industry.
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okay guys my last funds transfer was initiated on the 14th... for $65 bucks... sold two broken xboxes lol.... I updated tracking.... now im just waiting for slow usps to update their TRACKING!!! so I can withdraw again
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paypal will be circling for your account. Don't do a straight $300 withdraw. Do say $280...leave some funds
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Yes I always leave a certain amount in the PP account. I believe to leave an amount in there all the time is better than withdrawing all to leave balance at 0.

The pain is that if they limit your account you have to wait 6 months to get that money back, but weighed up against PP survival its better to leave some money in there to give it the best chance of not being limited.

Keep withdrawals scattered, IE if you withdraw an amount every 1 or 2 days there is a greater chance of being limited.

Oh, and always assume that the sh** can hit the fan at any time so you will need a plan B, ie new ebay and PP account ready to go.
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lol @ greenbean thanks for the visual... and yes I will try something in the 200$ dollar range last time on my last stealth i got to withdraw that easy when my first batch of orders were delivered....
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