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Default Avs,vcc,vba?

hi,everyone, i am a fresh on the forum, but i am great thanks aspkin give me the change to know ebay more, and i really interest buy some account from here, but too lots of word hard to understand, like
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VBA
does anybody can explain it clearly, or does have any word explain topic in here to help fresh guy to understand the forum's word:-) thanks a lot for your help!
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VBA = virtual bank account - often used to VERIFY pa yp al.

VCC = virtual credit card - often used to CONFIRM pa yp al (increase receiving limits) and turn eb ay buyer account into seller account.

AVC = AVS (I am sure you mean this) - Address Verification System - credit cards tend to be cross-checked with their REGISTERED address (zip/postal code, house number) - if these details match, AVS allows card to work. AVS credit card is usually stronger than VCC for account.

All the best. Hope it's clear.
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With my Vanilla gift card I was able to sign on and add a zip code. would that be consider avs?
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VBA = virtual bank account - often used to VERIFY pa yp al.

VCC = virtual credit card - often used to CONFIRM pa yp al (increase receiving limits) and turn eb ay buyer account into seller account.

AVC = AVS (I am sure you mean this) - Address Verification System - credit cards tend to be cross-checked with their REGISTERED address (zip/postal code, house number) - if these details match, AVS allows card to work. AVS credit card is usually stronger than VCC for account.

All the best. Hope it's clear.
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VBA = virtual bank account - often used to VERIFY Paypal USA

VCC = virtual credit card - often used to verify Paypal NON US and added (increase receiving limits : Paypal US UK AU CA )
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With my Vanilla gift card I was able to sign on and add a zip code. would that be consider avs?
I don't think so. Vanilla Billpay let you edit zipcode while AVS verifies the numerical records in your registered address i.e. street number & zipcode.
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