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Default Most likely reasons for account limitation?

I just don't understand Paypal. Paypal is a lone wolf that plays by its own rules and really reports to no one (except eBay). That being said, i'm hoping someone has a greater grasp on their operations than I. What seems to trigger an account limitation? Is it always when you start receiving large payments? Or Just any influx of traffic? Is there an amount at which you're most likely going to trigger a limitation? Does this apply equally to money that is transferred between accounts? If you have a large payment is it better to send it in sections instead of all at once? It's questions like this that I hope will be discussed in this thread. If anyone has the answers to any of these questions (especially the sending in parts instead of a whole), please share here.
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We have discussed this again and again and again. jack your acting liking a newbie here..
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Got any links to back that up Chris? I don't see any actual threads on the matter. Random posts don't count, and I for one don't like having to search for three days finding little scraps of information. It's just much more convenient for everyone, newbies included, to have a single thread. Dont' like it, don't have to read it.
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it waste server space stating the same topic over and over agagin
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Most of the time it's the amount of money moving through your account. If for some reason there is a large spike, Paypal my limit your account to see what's going on.
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Aspkin, do you think it matters whether that spike is in money per transaction or the overall amount? For instance, if you had a payment broken into smaller parts before paid in full rather than trying to push through the whole thing? True, if it's a premier account you'll incur more fees, but that might not be as bad as the limitation that might happen if you don't. And this would be on the rare occasion that Paypal was the only alternative or the funds were already there.

Chris - It's not been stated over and over (in thread form anyway). And if it has, please post where and I'll ask the mods nicely if they want to combine them. I'm sure they'd rather burn an extra mb of word space than keep everyone ignorant of the facts anyway. As FB says, Knowledge is power.
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It's mostly with receiving funds. If you for example suddenly receive more money then usual one day. Paypal sometimes limits you account for more verification. Your balance doesn't matter.
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Have you seen much where the sending account is limited based on the payment sent or is that much less common?
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