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I keep reading that Pay pal will ask for a ss# if you reach 200 item sales and/or $20,000 in sales. Is this 200 sales per month, per year, or per account lifetime? Also is the 20,000 in sales per month, per year, or per account lifetime? I have searched this question everywhere but it never states when or if those limits start over monthly, yearly, or never. Thanks
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I keep reading that Pay pal will ask for a ss# if you reach 200 item sales and/or $20,000 in sales. Is this 200 sales per month, per year, or per account lifetime? Also is the 20,000 in sales per month, per year, or per account lifetime? I have searched this question everywhere but it never states when or if those limits start over monthly, yearly, or never. Thanks
This is an either or situation, whichever you reach first 200 items or #20,000 sales, it is also projected amounts, so if you sell #1,650 in your first month then it is projected that you will sell that every month and so have sold #20,000 when the 12 months are up, so it's up to you to spread your sales so that you don't reach that figure each month, and also create more stealth accounts so you can spread your sales across your accounts, it is possible to never reach that figure on any one account by having enough of them, this is my understanding of the American system.
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Rosie that is how it is setup but there is nothing truly precise to it
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Rosie that is how it is setup but there is nothing truly precise to it

Yes I suspect you are right about that Danshan
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Ok so the 20,000 is for the year? What about the 200 items? Is that per year also or per month?
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once you hit 200 transactions you can no longer receive funds....
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in a calendar year...
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Does anyone know why my pay pal account would go from holding/pending payments to being immediately available and then back to holding/pending payments?
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Does anyone know why my pay pal account would go from holding/pending payments to being immediately available and then back to holding/pending payments?
Only PayPal knows......Just random.
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Random...but also other algorithm factors perhaps involved...lot of details missing
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Payments had always been pending since I started using the account over a month ago. After my pay pal balance reached $500 payments started being immediately available. Yesterday my balance was $800. I transferred $600 to my bank and left over $200 in the account. This morning I noticed all new payments have a pending status. It's almost like as long as I had a very large amount in my account they were not holding payments but when I made a withdrawal and the balance was $200 they started holding them again.
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Payments had always been pending since I started using the account over a month ago. After my pay pal balance reached $500 payments started being immediately available. Yesterday my balance was $800. I transferred $600 to my bank and left over $200 in the account. This morning I noticed all new payments have a pending status. It's almost like as long as I had a very large amount in my account they were not holding payments but when I made a withdrawal and the balance was $200 they started holding them again.
Well there's your answer DanaRebecca, you answered it yourself without realising! You have an account that is just over a month old, you sold #800 in it, which is a bit rushed for such a new account these days, and then you withdrew #600, they are clearly anxious about you rushing off with the money when there may yet be chargebacks and refunds to be paid and if there were any you would be leaving them holding the can! You withdrew too much too quickly for them and they panicked and made sure you could not take any more out for a while. After you sell more things and there are more funds in the account you will be able to take more out.
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Well there's your answer DanaRebecca, you answered it yourself without realising! You have an account that is just over a month old, you sold #800 in it, which is a bit rushed for such a new account these days, and then you withdrew #600, they are clearly anxious about you rushing off with the money when there may yet be chargebacks and refunds to be paid and if there were any you would be leaving them holding the can! You withdrew too much too quickly for them and they panicked and made sure you could not take any more out for a while. After you sell more things and there are more funds in the account you will be able to take more out.
Yes its that or just like mm78 saids its just random
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