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Don't get eBay scammed Via PayPal

Discussion in 'Logistics - Payment & Shipping' started by Cody, Nov 9, 2016.

  1. Cody


    Feb 17, 2016
    Having done some digging around on a Facebook group we're in, a few members have warned of eBay sellers getting scammed via PayPal due to the eBay 90 day history policy.

    It appears that many customers will wait longer than 90 days to raise a PayPal complaint, most of the time regarding "unauthorized transactions."

    eBay only has a 90 day history policy, meaning this is as far back as they can check. And because there's no receipts of the original transactions this is where many get caught out and lose. PayPal has a 180 day policy, giving an eBay user plenty of time to wait after 90 days to raise that complaint.

    It was a good thing for this one user - that made this warning - because they did not lose their case, because every invoice made was saved and printed out. This was then sent to PayPal as evidence to close the dispute.

    Anything of value or not, to be on the safe side, keep your invoices safe.

    Firstly, why wait 90 days to check your bank account to notice money has been taken out, and secondly just why?
  2. ylliu6688


    Dec 26, 2011
    thanks for sharing...
    Cody likes this.
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