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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Hi i sold a harry potter boxset on ebay to some guy

i said cheque - psotal order or cash only and didnt list paypal

But now the guy has marked he paid via paypal and i checked my account and ive accepted the amount

Now this is weird for 2 reason

I cannot receive funds on my paypal account as its just a basic one

and 2 i didnt say i took paypal so how did the guy pay me when i didnt provide him with the email address or paypal info etc
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
dandoc2
Hi i sold a harry potter boxset on ebay to some guy

i said cheque - psotal order or cash only and didnt list paypal

But now the guy has marked he paid via paypal and i checked my account and ive accepted the amount

Now this is weird for 2 reason

I cannot receive funds on my paypal account as its just a basic one

and 2 i didnt say i took paypal so how did the guy pay me when i didnt provide him with the email address or paypal info etc



PM me the listing number I'll have a look
banned#2
when you are in a transaction with someone they can easily find your email, im guessing the account that you have with paypal is the one that only lets you take two payments via credit cards.
#3
Did you request immediate payment on the buy it now option.
Maybe thats how it has happened.
#4
stora
Did you request immediate payment on the buy it now option.
Maybe thats how it has happened.

Nope dont even havea clue how to set that up - i just sue my mums account to sell all my things and i was checking it and thought hey he paid by paypal how he do that
#5
You sold it on your Mums ebay account, and it did not have Paypal as a Payment option, I'd guess he paid via your email address.
I see you put that you will accept cash, you are very lucky nobody reported that or it didn't get picked up. Your account could have been NARUd, because asking for cash is against the rules and rightly so.
#6
dinosteveus
You sold it on your Mums ebay account, and it did not have Paypal as a Payment option, I'd guess he paid via your email address.
I see you put that you will accept cash, you are very lucky nobody reported that or it didn't get picked up. Your account could have been NARUd, because asking for cash is against the rules and rightly so.


NARUd whats that ?? Weve always say cash is an option as long as you take the risk or record it

As some ppl dont have cheque book etc
banned#7
use postal orders bascially the same as sending cash, accept only you can cash it :thumbsup:
#8
dandoc2
NARUd whats that ?? Weve always say cash is an option as long as you take the risk or record it

As some ppl dont have cheque book etc

Me and you have had this chat before. What is the point in me 'helping' you or telling you that what you are doing is against the rules when you ignore me. I provided a link before, read it or you could lose your Mums ebay account.
NARUd = Not a Registered User.
#9
Not permitted on eBay
[COLOR=red]Sellers may not solicit buyers to mail cash[/COLOR]. Sellers may not ask buyers to send cash through instant money transfer services (non-bank, point-to-point cash transfers) such as Western Union or Moneygram. Sellers may not solicit payment through “topping off” of a seller’s pre-paid credit or debit card. Finally, sellers may not request payment through online payment methods not specifically permitted in this policy. Please see the “Some Examples” section of this policy for those evaluated payment services not permitted in the eBay marketplace.
The use of Instant Money Transfers as a payment method is not allowed on eBay.co.uk. We have banned the use of Instant Money Transfers as a payment method on the eBay.co.uk site to protect members, because in the past some sellers have exploited Instant Money Transfers in order to defraud buyers.
Breaches of any part of this policy may result in a range of actions including:
[LIST]
[*]Listing cancellation
[*]Forfeit of eBay fees on cancelled listings
[*]Limits on account privileges
[*]Loss of PowerSeller status
[*][COLOR=red]Account suspension [/COLOR][/LIST]
banned#10
dandoc2 I recomend accepting paypal in the future because everytime I see someone who doesnt accept it I automatically think scam and do not buy.

EDIT: mispelt accepting lol
#11
hothothot
dandoc2 I recomend accpeting paypal in the future because everytime I see someone who doesnt accept it I automatically think scam and do not buy.

I agree :roll:
#12
Why should a seller be forced to accept Paypal, I didnt accept it at first as it is high fees.

And its too easy for a buyer to open a dispute and takes ages for Paypal to sort out.

Depends on whats sold, if its say a HD TV and seller doesnt accept Paypal then id be worried, but things like console games or maybe the odd console(Except PS3's) id say could be ok.
#13
Sorry i didnt know
#14
dinosteveus
Me and you have had this chat before. What is the point in me 'helping' you or telling you that what you are doing is against the rules when you ignore me. I provided a link before, read it or you could lose your Mums ebay account.
NARUd = Not a Registered User.

What chat - all you said to me is i should take paypal
#15
Mods you can close this thread now
#16
dandoc2
What chat - all you said to me is i should take paypal

Via PM ages ago when you asked for my help with something else regarding ebay.
banned#17
ryouga
Why should a seller be forced to accept Paypal, I didnt accept it at first as it is high fees.

And its too easy for a buyer to open a dispute and takes ages for Paypal to sort out.

Depends on whats sold, if its say a HD TV and seller doesnt accept Paypal then id be worried, but things like console games or maybe the odd console(Except PS3's) id say could be ok.


nobody forces people to use paypal but IMO it looks dodgy if a person who sells something does not accept paypal and has low feedback, I have seen a seller with lots of feeback 1000+ who does not accpet paypal, I would trust them
#18
It depends on the definition, nobody forces you to use paypal but then they wont bid if you dont!

Obviously if someone is selling loads of high priced items and doesnt accept Paypal then yeah dont bi,d but say they sold a used Xbox 360 and only had about 30 positive feedbacks and no negs, all for fast payment etc took loads of pictures of item, why should they lose out for not accepting it.
#19
hothothot
nobody forces people to use paypal but IMO it looks dodgy if a person who sells something does not accept paypal and has low feedback, I have seen a seller with lots of feeback 1000+ who does not accpet paypal, I would trust them

We got like 750+ on our ebay and weve never taken paypal once and were not dodgy
#20
hothothot
nobody forces people to use paypal but IMO it looks dodgy if a person who sells something does not accept paypal and has low feedback, I have seen a seller with lots of feeback 1000+ who does not accpet paypal, I would trust them

His Mums account has nearly 800 feedback but 2 negs.
The thing is, nearly everybody accepts Paypal and the sellers that don't stand out. It costs the buyer around 35p to send a cheque, then you have the delay, a Postal Order costs the buyer even more to send.
banned#21
oh ok I thought your user id was dandoc****
banned#22
dinosteveus
His Mums account has nearly 800 feedback but 2 negs.
The thing is, nearly everybody accepts Paypal and the sellers that don't stand out. It costs the buyer around 35p to send a cheque, then you have the delay, a Postal Order costs the buyer even more to send.


ok but imo if you want to compete, accepting paypal is the best way as more buyers feel safe using it, I guarantee accepting paypal will increase your sales, ok fair enough about the fees but if you sell more using paypal you will make the money back from the fees ;-)
#23
hothothot
ok but imo if you want to compete, accepting paypal is the best way as more buyers feel safe using it, I guarantee accepting paypal will increase your sales, ok fair enough about the fees but if you sell more using paypal you will make the money back from the fees ;-)

Yea I know, I never said otherwise.
I hate Paypal, it's a parasite but I use it and my fees are a naffing joke but it's makes for a quicker simpler turnaround.
#24
dinosteveus
His Mums account has nearly 800 feedback but 2 negs.
The thing is, nearly everybody accepts Paypal and the sellers that don't stand out. It costs the buyer around 35p to send a cheque, then you have the delay, a Postal Order costs the buyer even more to send.

Actually that was due to 2 idiots
My mum bought a top of somebody and it was supposed to be new yet it was all dirty so she left thema neg and they did te same which was unfair
Then another one my mum bought something and the person didnt send it so she elft a neg and the person did the same but as you will see the seller is no longer registered

Both account were retalitory feedback which is really unfair on our part

Yes i have my own ebay account dandoc2*** but thats jsut for me and my gaming needs i dont sell on it
banned#25
yeah I have a buying id and selling id too
banned#26
dinosteveus
Yea I know, I never said otherwise.
I hate Paypal, it's a parasite but I use it and my fees are a naffing joke but it's makes for a quicker simpler turnaround.


Wish you could accept google checkout that would be slightly cheaper
#27
hothothot
Wish you could accept google checkout that would be slightly cheaper

Agreed, I've also been looking at Protx, but it's finding the time to implement it.

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