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Default Can I send payment from paypal to another account who previously used my ip?

Both accounts were registered on different computers, and both accounts are recently created between the same month. My friend used the same computers as me to logon and show me a something before, but I never put too much mind. We both live in different States, we do not have the same last name nor related anyway.

My questions is.. Can PayPal limit my account if I send her a payment via goods/services? Again different ip's, both PayPal Payment Pro accounts, she used my computer once.
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While once is UNLIKELY to cause a bad link....if you are sure that all are completely stealth, a one time payment should be fine. Cant recommend repeating and certainly cant recommend doing this if you even have a small whiff that they are linked more than just 1 possible log-in...
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Thanks, I'm thinking the same, but this was recently that she used my computer to check her PayPal.

I feel as if I should avoid it and just pay via cash, the reason why I'm doing this is because she's using a drop-shipper and she can't always come down to vacation over to my place.

PayPal seems like an nice option, but I don't want our accounts linked, or make PayPal think I'm laundering money to her or something.
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possibly, how much are you transferring?
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possibly, how much are you transferring?
It is in the $600 dollar range, so it's not a small transaction.

but i really doubt it, speaking for myself when I first opened this account, I applied for PayPal Pro and they checked my credit, and have not yet to ask me for IDs or anything.

If it comes to that, I will take the risk. if anybody knows of a similar thread regarding this discussion before, please post.
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Both accounts were registered on different computers, and both accounts are recently created between the same month. My friend used the same computers as me to logon and show me a something before, but I never put too much mind. We both live in different States, we do not have the same last name nor related anyway.

My questions is.. Can PayPal limit my account if I send her a payment via goods/services? Again different ip's, both PayPal Payment Pro accounts, she used my computer once.
I would err on the side of caution here.

$600 coming as goods/services can still be put on hold.

Such a payment could flag up your account. You then face the chance of needing to supply ID.

Part of the problem is the activity on your friend's paypal. There may be issues there ( unknown to you). This largish payment could flag both accounts.

Therefore you may have troubles.
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Greenbean is 100% correct. The most successful stealthers ALWAYS err on the side of caution, avoiding ANY possibility of linking accounts.

Is the account worth more than $600 to you? If so, find another solution.
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well in the end, I avoided the confrontation with pp and went with Google Wallet, their new reinstalled Google wallet is now a feature on Gmail, take a look.


Also, I have no problem supplying PayPal with an ID or more info if it come to this, but do I really want to put my account through this much trouble? Thanks, again for help folks.
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Thanks, I'm thinking the same, but this was recently that she used my computer to check her PayPal.

I feel as if I should avoid it and just pay via cash, the reason why I'm doing this is because she's using a drop-shipper and she can't always come down to vacation over to my place.

PayPal seems like an nice option, but I don't want our accounts linked, or make PayPal think I'm laundering money to her or something.
It is always better to err on the side of caution Swiftronics - if unsure...in spite of low chance...go for the safer alternative
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