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Default Paypal limit $500 will ths worK?

Hi ok i plan on opening a variety of Ebay accounts, and have a paypal account per ebay account. Anyway i plan to activate these accounts via Simon. So if the amount of money in these paypal accounts is always under $500 i wont become limited? I plan to withdraw the money by buying items from a legit wholesaler and selling them at my local market. So if i constantly purchase stock using these paypal accounts, and keep the limit under $500 i wont become limited??
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no way around not getting limited...nothing guaranteed to work...

I never even lifted the limit once and always stayed under $500 and was limited...plus ive read sending more than $150 at a time throws up a flag..

Best to move away from pp
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It's not $500 at one time, it's a total of $500 all together. For example, if I sent you $100 a week for 5 consecutive weeks, you withdrew that all, you wouldn't be able to receive any more money without verifying yourself.
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dam it, i guess paypal is just bad news
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You take a fart you get limited.

There's computers on paypal that monitors and flags you as soon you withdraw a large sum of money.

Paypal don't like to lose interest. They want funds to be stored. They are worse then Microsoft.
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You take a fart you get limited.
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Yeah Paypal is bad news...set one up cause you need it to sell but use a merchant account to get your money..its more work but less headace and worry..
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So if funds less then $500 have been debited and credited from the paypal accout it should be 100% fine. I plan to use virtual credit cards and making lots of paypal accounts
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No, as I stated above..I did this and still got limited..no way to be 100% fine when using PP..
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Would it be possible to send funds from CCNOW to a virtual credit card?
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Im pretty sure you can't send money with Ccnow...
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As you now know there is simply no way around it - never leave anything of REAL value in the paypal account i.e. when you have a certain amount always transfer or withdraw.

Once your limited it is very difficult to have this removed.

But one factor to remember - under no circumstances should you link all 5 accounts, so ensure your IP addresses are different each time.

Having 5 accounts is more than a sifficient reason to be suspended.
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Casta, what u need to first is vertify each paypal account before u even use them. Do the paypal expanded use with the credit card, then do the 2 paypal deposits into the bank. This will lift the $500 limit on each account. I did this the other day and not been limited yet man. withdrew 1600 on one paypal account yesterday.
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