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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
I remember reading on a HUKD post a while ago something about Paypal where it was mentioned that there's a certain amount of money you're allowed in your Paypal account at one time for tax reasons i think it was.

Does anyone know what i'm referring to and if you do, can you please clarify.
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
Have a look here....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/148203/paypal-advice-needed/

p.s. used the advanced search facility by entering +paypal +tax in search for keyword then changing the drop down box from "Search Titles Only" to "Search Entire Posts".
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you would be mad to leave any large amount in paypal (over £50). They can just suspend your account for 180 days with no valid reason and you have to jump through hoops to get it back.

[url]www.paypalsucks.com[/url]
banned#3
csiman
you would be mad to leave any large amount in paypal (over £50). They can just suspend your account for 180 days with no valid reason and you have to jump through hoops to get it back.

[url]www.paypalsucks.com[/url]


That's the best site ever! a freind opened my eyes to that some time ago. Users that have never seen it, READ IT..
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csiman
you would be mad to leave any large amount in paypal (over £50). They can just suspend your account for 180 days with no valid reason and you have to jump through hoops to get it back.

[url]www.paypalsucks.com[/url]


What what you recommend i use on my website as an alternative to Paypal?
banned#5
hypnoticstate;2019065
What what you recommend i use on my website as an alternative to Paypal?

paypal is ok, just do not leave a substantial balance in it. Especially if you are doing mostly payments in and they are not from ebay. I did this and they just froze my account and I had to prove all the goods that I was selling were legitimate by sending in receipts etc.

Couldnt provide these as they were just second hand stuff I had lying around. had to wait 180 days before I got my money (£350).
#6
csiman
paypal is ok, just do not leave a substantial balance in it. Especially if you are doing mostly payments in and they are not from ebay. I did this and they just froze my account and I had to prove all the goods that I was selling were legitimate by sending in receipts etc.

Couldnt provide these as they were just second hand stuff I had lying around. had to wait 180 days before I got my money (£350).


But i don't sell products, i sell advertising space and for a good sized advert, i might end up with a "significant balance" unavoidably.
banned#7
hypnoticstate;2019115
But i don't sell products, i sell advertising space and for a good sized advert, i might end up with a "significant balance" unavoidably.

yeah but withdraw it immediately.
#8
hypnoticstate
What what you recommend i use on my website as an alternative to Paypal?


try google checkout or nochex

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