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Default Does PP take whatever amount is in your Bank?

Some one here could help me with this questions?

I have a negative balance in paypal due to a SNAD Open after 40 days of sales,the thing is i got hit for same thing in 2 of my accounts in the same day,i was like WTF!!

Now i have a -balance and i was thinking,if PP Sides with the buyer i will NOT Upload funds to the account(i know sounds jerk)but cmon..disputes after 40 days of sale this are BS.

My question is.,Do paypal will try to withdraw the exact amount i owed them or they can take less if is not enought in the bank account?
Example: i owe PP $5 dollars,But i have only $3 in the bank,will they try to withdraw $5 exactly or can they take the $3 also no matter is less?

i will like to know that because i have 4 bank accounts under my real name
and i know 2 of those accounts will be limited with -balance,Can PP make the account with no enough Funds grab funds from the other accounts with funds?,if they can then i have to close the accounts with limitations
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I've news for you and its' not good.

40 days is still within the dispute time frame.

You really should know the T&S of selling.

Say the amount due is $10, then paypal 'seeks' that amount. Then with some banks you might get an overdrawn fee. And paypal may try more than once. And there could be another overdrawn fee.

And all of this might have been avoided IF you knew what a buyer could do to damage your wallet. Sighs.
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how much is it for? is it really worth losing accounts over? if it was me id pay it and keep on trading..... could that work for you?
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Just pay it think about how much you can make from the account

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Yeah, when disputes come up like that, you need to look really closely at your bank account because they will blindside you. Paypal has blindsided many people in the past with their idiocy.
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