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Old 10-23-2019, 10:19 AM   #26
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When you're trying to sleaze your way around paying a fee, why should they protect you. Regular pay-as-you-go paypal will protect a buyer. This isn't hard.
^THIS... SO HARD
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Old 10-23-2019, 11:45 PM   #27
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When you're trying to sleaze your way around paying a fee, why should they protect you. Regular pay-as-you-go paypal will protect a buyer. This isn't hard.
He wasn't, but great job insinuating he's sleazy when he's the one who had something stolen from him... really?

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You are teh dumb.

Take this as a lesson and pay for things the proper way.
He obviously will know better next time, but admitted being ignorant...so he's actually not "teh dumb". He was just ignorant, all of us can be at times.

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I wasn’t trying to “sleaze“ my way around a few I would have happily paid the extra 5 bucks, unfortunately I was unaware that there were 2 different Types of PayPal
It happens, not everyone uses paypal constantly. I've been using it for many years now, so it's a breeze. It's almost worth all the fricking fees.

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No he didn’t ask to be paid friends and family, I just did it out of ignorance. I only have name, phone number and email address. The name could be fake though. I originally posted a wtb add and he responded through text so I never actually got his username. Everything seemed legit because he was upfront about the flaws in the turbo.
Honest mistake, we aren't all raised around shady people or to be suspicious and guarded around everyone.

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^THIS... SO HARD
You really should read the entire thread before posting, the OP already explained.
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Old 10-24-2019, 01:03 PM   #28
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how do you even know if somebody paid by F and F or for a good or service?

I just got paid through paypal for some used tires and all I see is a transaction ID and that is it.
I'm certainly not planning on ripping the guy off, just curious.
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Old 10-24-2019, 01:27 PM   #29
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how do you even know if somebody paid by F and F or for a good or service?

I just got paid through paypal for some used tires and all I see is a transaction ID and that is it.
I'm certainly not planning on ripping the guy off, just curious.
Goods and services takes a small fee, friends & family is free
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Old 10-24-2019, 02:57 PM   #30
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^right, I got that part, but what indication is there within Paypal that shows that?

For instance, this guy paid me $1200 for a set of tires, and the money is there with transaction ID, but literally no other details.
Wouldn't he want to spell out that he is paying for tires so that if I rip him off he will have some specifics to point to?

I'm just curious because I don't do this stuff often either so I don't know the details of how people are supposed to protect themselves.
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Old 10-24-2019, 03:30 PM   #31
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^right, I got that part, but what indication is there within Paypal that shows that?

For instance, this guy paid me $1200 for a set of tires, and the money is there with transaction ID, but literally no other details.
Wouldn't he want to spell out that he is paying for tires so that if I rip him off he will have some specifics to point to?

I'm just curious because I don't do this stuff often either so I don't know the details of how people are supposed to protect themselves.
He should have, you are right! But if you got the full amount 1200 seems to me he sent it via friends and family. Example of goods and services payment.
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Old 10-28-2019, 02:21 PM   #32
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is this a special insurance you pay for?

sounds kind of sketchy that a credit card company would reimburse you and THEY eat the loss in reality??? right?

I mean they aren't getting paypal to cover it, so that means they just volunteer the money because you paid a scammer?
Whenever you file a chargeback the bank gets it back by the merchant (In this case, PayPal)
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