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Is it true that if my PayPal account has too many Buyer Disputes in a period of time, PayPal will limit my account?
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More than likely
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Does anyone know the exact number?
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If you have a pulse Paypal will limit you're account :D
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I don't think disputes matter, but claims do. I've had 7 disputes in 1 week on a 1 month old account with about $1500 in it. Each of the items were around $50. No limited account for me.
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I don't think disputes matter, but claims do. I've had 7 disputes in 1 week on a 1 month old account with about $1500 in it. Each of the items were around $50. No limited account for me.
Okay thanks hopefully you're right and nothing will happen to my account.
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You say that but for us UK'ers Paypal is a must for selling?
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heh heh
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yep that will happen because thats what happened to me. but i think its when you don't respond to your dispute timely they will limit you account
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I usually respond to my disputes within a day, so I shouldn't have any problems, right?
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