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Exclamation Withdraw $2,000 From 1 month old pp acc

I have a PP Acc , I confirm the phone number, address, and credit card ( charged $1.95) Now they want me to add a bank account to lift the $2,000 limit as you already know. Is there a site where i can buy giftcards ( I saw some were in the forum about greendot giftcard)Doesn't they require SS#?,. Some one on this forum knows a way to withdraw $2,000 without pp seeing the address. or some other way to get it out clean.

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You're not thinking about withdrawing $2000 all at once, are you?
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within a week time.
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whats the point of selling goods, then ship it off, now paypal have your money in the pawn of there hands. Now its up to them to decide if I get paid. Or limit me and pocket the money. Do you guy know any USA merchant acc that is compatible with ebay. That doesnt require SS#
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Hi-Emw- well...no matter what..eventually they will limit u..Believe me..they put those amts there 4 show..They themselves do not abide by that..My mom got all info verif + even did the I'd verify w ebay-she gets a couple hundred in pyts + a couple hundred for stuff I bought..boom-acct limited-we faxed life story-they limited / closed for 180 dys...Have 0 chargebacks + ebay acct was 100 percent- so go figure..I have multiple pp accts-theres no Rhyme nor reason for their actions..I've had a 6 yr acct closed but a 1 yr one kept open while xfer funds from the newer to the older-then they did chg backs after I already w/drew the funds with my atm card-leaving the one acct like $1400 in the hole-so where's the sense? Like the Majority says- get a Merchant acct..U get YOUR money...I use ccnow-when folks insist on pp..Have to wait 14 dys but I get it without fear or a Mortgage or Adoption set of Paperwork to do! just fyi- btw- We're all in the same boat....at ebays mercy....Keep the faith...don't ever give up..and when they do limit-have a backup ready..a lot of people say gradually withdraw- me Personally- wheb I got 2000- I take 2000- they're gonna limit so why let them get their hands on it? Heck- I run to the atm in my bathrobe at 1am when I see over 300 come in- but this is me-my personal exper..I've been on ebay going on 11 yrs...with pp since they began...Every way possible I've seen them find excuses to hold peoples money- and its a darn shame when u guys don't have 2 incomes + have bills to pay..or at Christmas time-they're famous for that one...Sometimes when its around the hoidays + I can't get out-I will call + get an approval by phone-using my merch acct-then run charge later...Good luck
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Thanks Ebayhateluv , I have been reading your post for months, just yesturday I have registered to aspkin forum. Yea I have about 7 Ebay account , confirmed and ready to sell . but all under 30 days so far, i gotta wait a few days before i start selling. I cant afford to get any more suspension. That 30 days is a long wait with no income. am going to check out ccnow once again. thanx alot
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this is why you keep making new accounts, so that if any of those go down you dont have to do the 30 day wait.
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I have withdrawn over $90,000 USD now from one account over the past 5 months without ever being limited. It is in a ⊗⊗⊗⊗ name, too ...and they never asked for anything. I have no idea why, but I'm treating that account like a god. I even built it its own little shrine and I pray to it before going to bed at night.
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How long did you wait before using/trying to withdraw itsjustme?
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how old is that paypal account imjustme?
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I withdraw about 1,100.00 a day--all at one time, so about $33,000 a month. I like ebayhateluv withdraw as soon as it shows up in paypal. I withdraw everything that is in there except like $30.00 with each deposit.

I have had my paypal account since 2000. It was a small buyers account only until December of this year with low feedbacks. When I became a seller and right away started out selling a high volume and high dollar sales, I was limited in Feb. sent them everything including a DNA sample (LOL) and was unlimited within 2 days--I am all legit though--so far.

I was limited under high volume dollar sales and I continue to sell now at the same pace as I was at the time of limitation so I don't think they will flag me for sales increases or much else. Frankly, I expect paypal to limit me again at anytime even though there is absolutely nothing else they can ask me for that I already haven't sent them.....they will do it--Simply bacause they CAN!!!

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