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Can anyone explain why large amounts of amazon gift cards go for greater than their face value on ebay? Read More
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
Can anyone explain why large amounts of amazon gift cards go for greater than their face value on ebay?
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8m, 1w agoPosted 8 months, 1 week ago
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#1
People offloading their "untaxed" earnings in their Paypal accounts. Linking their Paypal accounts to a bank account would mean that the tax man might find them during an audit.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 09, 2016 09:41
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SUMMONER
People offloading their "untaxed" earnings in their Paypal accounts. Linking their Paypal accounts to a bank account would mean that the tax man might find them during an audit.


that's quite interesting, just done a search on ebay and every single listing is going for more than it's worth as the OP said
#3
Yes. Money laundering.
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SUMMONER
People offloading their "untaxed" earnings in their Paypal accounts. Linking their Paypal accounts to a bank account would mean that the tax man might find them during an audit.
I thought you had to link your PayPal account to a bank account?
#5
Dougaldog
I thought you had to link your PayPal account to a bank account?
I am unsure if things have changed, but in the past you only had to do that if you wanted the maximum sending/receiving limits removed from your account or cash out.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Oct 09, 2016 15:30: ..
#6
An audit wouldn't cover a personal bank account.

A HMRC tax investigation on the other hand is a different story.
#7
A lot of it could also be due to PayPal fraud/account hijacking.

Easy way of spending someone elses money, and nothing to tie it to you if able to get the Amazon card sent to a collection point.

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