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paypal gift payment - free? still need info.......

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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
hi, im a bit stupid in this so need some info. why is it better to pay paypal as a gift? is it because there is no charges or what? been asked to pay this way few times but not sure who benefits from this. thank for any info
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5y, 11m agoPosted 5 years, 11 months ago
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No charges to the sender or receiver.

Plus paypal normal offers minimal coverage on here as they see it as a third party site.

BT/Paypal gift are the usual payment methods here as the buyer can't simply try and reclaim the funds, like what can be done with paypal normal.
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thanks Adam2050
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evute82
thanks Adam2050

Just to add the rules here prefer you to use Paypal 'normal' but with so many scammers these days people don't really touch it, I know one member who tries to buy with it and I always refuse him as I don't see the need when the feedback system shows you usually how trustworthy a member can be.
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im new here so dont have neg or pos FB but want to sell some stuff. if i sell it for 1 or 2 quid and then have to pay paypal charges - i will be loosing money (paypal has expensive charges) so what is the best way??? my ebay FB is 100%pos with 102 FB... is it safe to post the item and then get the payment? (dipending on buyers FB). thank you so much for your help.
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I recently had someone ask if they could pay as a gift. Am i at risk at all here? I mean i understand that he is completely at risk because there's no protection. But there's no way he can recall his payment after the item has been sent/recieved right?

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