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Posted: 5/2/2015 1:23:54 PM EDT
Im stil new to paypal. Ive had 3 buyers send me money for items bought on the EE. 2 of the 3 were the amount asked for in full. The 3rd was the amount minus "fees". Why did one have fees and the others not?
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:25:28 PM EDT
Originally Posted By richiemfmead:
Im stil new to paypal. Ive had 3 buyers send me money for items bought on the EE. 2 of the 3 were the amount asked for in full. The 3rd was the amount minus "fees". Why did one have fees and the others not?
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"Mystery" items again . . .
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:26:25 PM EDT
Were two of the transactions listed as "gifts"?
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:28:15 PM EDT
Says nothing on the transaction receipt as gift, it does have a link for issuing a refund however as states "as payment".
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:29:05 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 5/2/2015 1:39:10 PM EDT by Molotov357]
Nobody likes paying those anti gun bastard's fees.

The way we roll on the EE is to DISCRETELY send it as a gift or the buyer pays the fees.

If you send it as a gift there are no fees but you take the risk of the buyer welching with no consequence. Make sure they are a well established member before the transaction.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:32:59 PM EDT
Squelching?
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:34:32 PM EDT
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Squelching?
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It's like welching, but more squealy-wealy.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 1:39:29 PM EDT
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Squelching?
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drank to much gin last night
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:16:11 PM EDT
2 people sent their payments as "gifts". This is supposed to be for friends and family sending payments to eachother and is not charged fees. Commercial transactions, such as EE, are supposed to go through the normal paypal payment route which charges fees.

Most in EE ask for buyers to send their payments as "gifts" with no comments about what was purchased. I think this is against paypals terms of use (I haven't read them), so if the transaction is fraudulent, then you aren't covered by paypal fraud protection. And if caught doing the "gifting" thing, they could terminate your account.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:21:58 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By ZippZ:
2 people sent their payments as "gifts". This is supposed to be for friends and family sending payments to eachother and is not charged fees. Commercial transactions, such as EE, are supposed to go through the normal paypal payment route which charges fees.

Most in EE ask for buyers to send their payments as "gifts" with no comments about what was purchased. I think this is against paypals terms of use (I haven't read them), so if the transaction is fraudulent, then you aren't covered by paypal fraud protection. And if caught doing the "gifting" thing, they could terminate your account.
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Gun related transactions are against the terms of use anyway. So there is no additional risk using the gift method.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:23:45 PM EDT
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You know, it is what libtards do!!!
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:24:54 PM EDT
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It's like welching, but more squealy-wealy.
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Originally Posted By richiemfmead:
Squelching?



It's like welching, but more squealy-wealy.


We doing transactions via CB now?
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:28:11 PM EDT
So there is no additional risk using the gift method.
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Sure there is. If the seller stiffs you, you're screwed, no way of filing a claim.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 2:59:26 PM EDT
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Gun related transactions are against the terms of use anyway. So there is no additional risk using the gift method.
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Originally Posted By ZippZ:
2 people sent their payments as "gifts". This is supposed to be for friends and family sending payments to eachother and is not charged fees. Commercial transactions, such as EE, are supposed to go through the normal paypal payment route which charges fees.

Most in EE ask for buyers to send their payments as "gifts" with no comments about what was purchased. I think this is against paypals terms of use (I haven't read them), so if the transaction is fraudulent, then you aren't covered by paypal fraud protection. And if caught doing the "gifting" thing, they could terminate your account.


Gun related transactions are against the terms of use anyway. So there is no additional risk using the gift method.


You can buy all the gun parts you want on ebay using paypal.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 3:05:54 PM EDT
If they pay through their bank account it's free, if they put it on plastic it's not, IIRC.
Link Posted: 5/2/2015 6:52:00 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By iiibdsiil:
If they pay through their bank account it's free, if they put it on plastic it's not, IIRC.
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For commercial transactions, there is a charge whether cash or credit card.

For "gift", it's free for cash transfers.
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