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Wanted: £10 PayPal £9.50

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Will pay 9.50 BACS

Since it's only 25p i'll pay £9.75
- pikachu12

Ahhh I may as well just pay £10
anyone?
- pikachu12
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months agoFeedback:34 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
how does it make sense sum1 gives you £10 you only give then £9;50 back
#2
:thinking: won't we be 50 p worse off then?
#3
if someone withdrew £10 they would pay a fee of 50p to paypal anyway.
#4
i dunno, but a lot of people want to get their paypal money into their bank account without paying a fee to paypal and having to wait 5 days for it to go through, and i've seen people post on here before, "wanted £60 BACS for £64 paypal" and so on...
#5
pikachu12
i dunno, but a lot of people want to get their paypal money into their bank account without paying a fee to paypal and having to wait 5 days for it to go through, and i've seen people post on here before, "wanted £60 BACS for £64 paypal" and so on...


yes they want you to give them £60 bacs and they will give you £64 paypal...the extra £4 is an incentive for them do do it for you lol
#6
You have that the wrong way round, people ask for money to be transferred to their paypal account in return the op pays X+more into your bank.
banned#7
free withdrawal if ove 50
banned#8
yh I'd love to just GIVE you my money?!?!?!
#9
meh, ah well, a 50p charge is incurred for people to withdraw from paypal anyway according to shanecr, so i guess it works out even :)
#10
Think we need to start again, do you need money in your paypal account asap?
#11
pikachu12
meh, ah well, a 50p charge is incurred for people to withdraw from paypal anyway according to shanecr, so i guess it works out even :)


I thought it was 25p and thats for under £50
#12
Yeah, that's **** logic pikachu.

It means also that you get your money instantly, and the other wazzock has to wait 3 or 5 days. Sod that.
#13
yep its only 25p!
#14
greg_68
Think we need to start again, do you need money in your paypal account asap?


hehe
sooner would be preferred
but i can wait
question is... does anyone need money in their bank asap :w00t:
#15
oh if it's only 25p then i'll change it...
banned#16
ALEXSHEFF92
I thought it was 25p and thats for under £50


correct
#17
Even more confusing now.

Is your paypal account not backed up by a bank account? in which case when you pay via paypal (even if it'sempty)it will come out of your bank account.
#18
greg_68
Even more confusing now.

Is your paypal account not backed up by a bank account? in which case when you pay via paypal (even if it'sempty)it will come out of your bank account.


i made a payment to somebody when i didn't have any money in my paypal and it made an echeque
now it will take until 13th to clear
but if i have funds in my paypal it won't take long...
#19
do you not have a debit card linked to your paypal? instant then
#20
donnydude
do you not have a debit card linked to your paypal? instant then


i do but it still takes ages to clear
no idea why
#21
pikachu12
i made a payment to somebody when i didn't have any money in my paypal and it made an echeque
now it will take until 13th to clear
but if i have funds in my paypal it won't take long...


Ok now we are getting somewhere, you now offer to transfer £10 + admin fee (of your choice) into someones bank account.

They then transfer from paypal to paypal free by gift.

Don't know whether it will pay your invoice immediately tho as it has already started a payment process
#22
greg_68
Ok now we are getting somewhere, you now offer to transfer £10 + admin fee (of your choice) into someones bank account.

They then transfer from paypal to paypal free by gift.

Don't know whether it will pay your invoice immediately tho as it has already started a payment process


It won't. You would need the get the echeque cancelled by the recipient and then make a fresh payment.
#23
Gimme
It won't. You would need the get the echeque cancelled by the recipient and then make a fresh payment.


:thumbsup: thanks
#24
Gimme
It won't. You would need the get the echeque cancelled by the recipient and then make a fresh payment.


yeah thats what i plan to do...
i probably won't have to pay an 'admin fee' as there are probably people trying to get rid of paypal funds. worst comes to worst, i'll just ask my brother send me some money this weekend.
#25
If you deposit £10.50 into my bank account I'll send you £10 Paypal gift.
#26
n1ck09
If you deposit £10.50 into my bank account I'll send you £10 Paypal gift.


no thanks
#27
I also want £10 in my paypal account... i'll give back £5...

(if only life were so easy)
#28
haha, clown.
#29
this is fuuuuun
#30
pikachu12
no thanks


So you started this thread with no intentions of paying anyone (even 50p) for their help.

What a waste of time that was spent helping you then wasn't it?

Mental note: don't bother helping next time. :x
#31
We do NOT permit threads such as “I have £xx.xx in my PayPal account, what can you offer?”

Simiolar premise, locking thread.

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