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Default Paypal Auto Return for Website Payments

I have 2 questions. One of them is:


Does anybody knows about if can I put same website link as a return payment on my NEW ⊗⊗⊗⊗ Paypal account?
The link of my Website is going to be the same that it was before on my old suspended paypal account?
Can Paypal catch me?



2nd question:
What about adding your real address same you used with your suspended old paypal account as a GIFT ADDRESS under your new confirmed ⊗⊗⊗⊗ paypal account. Just in case you want to make a purchase and get item in your real address?
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That's a new one.

If Paypal is anything like eBay, then they're probably using the return URL as a linking item. Your accounts might link, but as long as you're doing everything the right way with eBay or whatever you're doing, you should be okay. To be safe you might want to use a redirect of some sort. Search PHP redirect if you need one.

Another new question...

I don't think that'll link you. It shouldn't.

Either way, like I said unless you're a big scammer, having linked Paypal accounts isn't a death sentence. You can usually work with multiple Paypal accounts; I have 4 linked without an issue. Two businesses and two just temp accounts.
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I think this forum is turning into a Paypal Q&A forum... hmmm
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There's a PHP command you can use:

Header('http://www.website.com');

Redirects websites.
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Default Re: Paypal Auto Return for Website Payments

I see this post is old and there was no definitive answer to the op question. I am now in the same position as the op, my paypal account that redirected to my website is suspended and long gone. I updated it with a new paypal account that's been working fine for at least 2 years.

The thing is that I never configured the auto return so when a customer pays, they will never return to my site. I don't know if enabling auto return will link my new paypal account to the old suspended paypal account.
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