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Is Paypal Gift Safe ??

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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
As title says - Is Paypal Gift Safe ??
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
not for the sender
#2
raptorcigs
not for the sender


Yet every b*gger wants you to do it on here! :x
#3
exactly, i am selling a Wii, and someone has contacted me by PM saying they want to do payment by paypal gif, will it be safe ?
#4
Paypal gift is the same as sending cash. If you want it back you have to fight them for it,
#5
DomWall
exactly, i am selling a Wii, and someone has contacted me by PM saying they want to do payment by paypal gif, will it be safe ?


Yes it will be safe for you ,They have no way of claiming it back if the item is faulty,
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DomWall;5918578
exactly, i am selling a Wii, and someone has contacted me by PM saying they want to do payment by paypal gif, will it be safe ?
That's norty dealing by PM, report them!
And as has been said, not good for the seller at all, i'd not accept it as a buyer, perhaps for low value items
Not fair on either side
#7
boydent999
That's norty dealing by PM, report them!
And as has been said, not good for the seller at all, i'd not accept it as a buyer, perhaps for low value items
Not fair on either side


I only accept fresh ducks eggs delivered by a buyers bulter when I sell things. I'm sorry but nothing else with do! :p
banned#8
boydent999
That's norty dealing by PM, report them!
And as has been said, not good for the seller at all, i'd not accept it as a buyer, perhaps for low value items
Not fair on either side


how is it not good for the seller?
#9
colinsunderland;5918624
how is it not good for the seller?
Well having used it for the 1st time last night, as a buyer. I found if you fund payment with a credit card, the buyer has the option to either pay for the fees or have the seller fund the fees. Didn't know that, not sure majority of other's do either.

Might just be me, i just don't like "gift" being used to buy/sell, that's not (probably) what paypal set it up for........

@Uncle Monkey, that really is quiet surreal even for a Monday :)
#10
The reason sellers ask for payment by 'gift', is that it doesn't incur fees.

If you don't want to send money by gift, offer to pay the sellers fees. Then, everyone's happy and protected.
#11
boydent999
@Uncle Monkey, that really is quiet surreal even for a Monday :)


It's not Monday it's Bellday. I work on a 9 day week.

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banned#12
as the sender no, you have no way of getting money back unless to contct your bank to stop the money leaving it,

if you have been scammed etc
#13
lolz @ unclemonkey!

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