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Default I make transfers every 2 days to my bank

Ok my account was made in last year of august full verified stealth ofcourse, how long should i wait between transfers, the last transfer was "completed" i always transfered under 200 dollars like 199.00 and under, so is it safe if i transfer every 24 hours instead?

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My experiences have been that anything under $500 is fine.

I gradually increase the transfers in $50. increments until I reach the $500. mark.

And never more than 499.99 in one day, and never more than one transfer per day even on my oldest accounts.

This has always worked for me.
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Yes, you should be fine as long as you dont do the same dollar amount over and over again.

Mix it up and like TG said do not transfer in a hurry as it will draw up flag.

For me I hit it for 200.00, wait a day hit it for 235.00, wait, then 190.00, wait and day then 300.00 etc etc.

Never the same amount and never close together.

This of course in on a newer stealth like yours from August.
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Yep, Same thing here, every 24 hours i transfer out.

150-50-250-75 etc.

I never empty up my Paypal though, always leave some money in there..
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Exactly Pasicel!!
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Oh ok really good tip thanks guys i did 199.00 for over a month! Wow i should stop i guess
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always be sure to leave money in your account to cover paypals "reserve" for recent transactions.
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always be sure to leave money in your account to cover paypals "reserve" for recent transactions.
Agreed, as long as you haven't had any recent disputes and you do have some backup funds to cover charge backs, fees etc. You should be good to go.
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Oh ok really good tip thanks guys i did 199.00 for over a month! Wow i should stop i guess
Try to vary your amounts.

Always leave a balance in the account as well.

By that I mean enough to cover a full refund of 2 items, fees and a little for extras.

I operate like this and have rare issues with paypal.

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always be sure to leave money in your account to cover paypals "reserve" for recent transactions.
I tend to leave 3-5x the average sale as reserve.
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From personal experience I transfer the same exact amount under 500$ over and over again.
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To be honest, it depends on a lot of factors such as how established your accounts are, what the average transaction amounts are, how soon you received the funds, and etc.
I often withdraws around $2000 in one go on some of my accounts and never had any issues with it. Like I said before, it depends on a lot of factors and what I do may not necessarily applies to you.
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Solid aged accounts can handle most anything except for sudden huge amounts coming in or going out.

Newer accounts you really need to be careful.
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sandy what do you consider as new accounts? like less than 90 days?
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sandy what do you consider as new accounts? like less than 90 days?
Yes I do.

Or even older accounts with no activity.
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So you guys are keeping 3-5 sales worth of money in your accounts, in addition to whatever is pending??
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Yes I do.

Or even older accounts with no activity.
True point - if an account is old but sitting around not doing anything, never assume that the year of creation is a save-all for activity

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So you guys are keeping 3-5 sales worth of money in your accounts, in addition to whatever is pending??
I do this - some others do too but it does vary user to user
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Im going to explain my pattern with one of my ebay&paypal accounts which is about 100 days old, 30 100% feedback, 4.8 or above dsr star ratings.

I been selling items ranging from 100 dollars to 250 dollars...items almost always within that amount. For the last month i have been doing exactly this pattern.

I'll sell around 500-700 dollars worth of items per day on this specific account, i always keep at least 350-500 bucks in my paypal account. Once a week i always pay around 50 or 100 bucks towards my ebay fees.

I have "two" bank accounts attached to this specific ebay/paypal setup. I withdraw 400 or so to one bank, the following day i will withdraw 250 or 200 to the other bank. Once or twice a week i might on the same day i might even do two withdraws in the same day...400 going to one bank and maybe around 250 going to the other bank.

I never do two withdraws from paypal to my two bank accounts more than two times per week....i only do two withdraws in the same day once or twice a week but for the most part i have been doing one withdraw to my bank a day...with maybe once or twice per week i may do no withdraws on a particular day of the week.....but one thing i try to always do, is use the same browser, withdraw around the same time of day...and i've never had any issues.

I have 11 other ebay/paypal accounts ...some are older then this 100 day old setup above and some are newer like 60-90 days old....those i tread a bit lighter as far as withdraws go...but once i get enough items sold on that account and i go over 25 positive feedbacks and my dsr ratings are all 4.8 or above...then i'll start letting loose like i explained above with my 100 day old ebay/paypal account.

The other day for example....with that 100 day old account above...i sold 700 dollars worth of various items on ebay and after i paid shipping and printed lables on ebay...about 1 hour later..i withdrew 300 dollars to one bank account...about 1 hour later i went back into my paypal account and withdrew 250 bucks to my other bank account and was fine...the money was there in my bank 2 days later.

Like i said...the multiple withdraws per day thing...i try and not do that no more than twice a week...otherwise i keep it to one withdraw per day.

I think as long as your ebay account is in good standing, no neg feedback, great dsr star ratings, quick shipping, keeping regular payments going on the accumulating ebay fee's here and there and you use the same computer, same IP, same browser and always i offer a 14 day return policy on eveyrthing...its been all gravy for me with all 12 ebay/paypal setups.

One thing i like to point out though is that the items i sell are not high risk items...they are not knock offs or items that have knock offs ...they are legitimate items that do not have any sort of knockoffs also being sold on ebay

I just think what matters is the entire ingredients i explained above...all these little things all add up and make a difference to paypal but i also believe there is a bit of luck involved too! Not sure but i am starting to believe what i do is the correct ingredients because i havent had an account shut down in many moons now.

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I'd like to get the experts' thoughts on initiating bank transfers on weekends. If you initiate a $300 transfer on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, is that like transferring $900 since it's all going out the same day?
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