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How my Paypal account got closed down

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 21, 2011

Barely over a month since my Paypal account was hacked and restored, I once again encountered a disastrous incident -- this time, Paypal emailed me saying they have placed the account on Limited Access. So I logged in to my account to check what it is and got this message: Jul 20, 2011: Our system detected that multiple PayPal accounts contain registration information similar to yours. Our User Agreement allows PayPal users to have one Personal account and one Premier or Business account. To return your account to regular standing, we will need to confirm some of the information on…

How to get Paypal in the Philippines

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: December 5, 2005

Sign up for Paypal in the Philippines! Someone emailed me today asking some advice about Paypal. He wanted to ask how to sign-up for Paypal even if he's in the Philippines. Paypal will tell you -- you can't. Yuga will tell you -- technically, you still can. I call it proxy registration. If you have a relative or a friend who lives in a Paypal approved country. You can ask them to use your email account to sign-up with PayPal for you. They will also need to have a bank account to tie up the Paypal account and be verified.…

Top 10 Places to Use Your New Paypal Account

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: October 5, 2007

Now that we've finally tasted the full potential of the globalized economy, thanks to Paypal going full-circle, I'm hopeful that e-commerce in the Philippines would flourish in whatever way, shape or form and Filipinos would start shedding their paranoia over online transactions. Here's my Top 10 list of where you can use your new Paypal account: Text Link Ads - before, you can only request for cheques via Registered Mail and that takes about 25 days to arrive in your local post office (assuming that it doesn't get lost along the way). Chitika - this used to be the buzz…

Scary Paypal Lockdowns

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: November 14, 2007

Just a few months after Paypal made huge waves in the Philippines, there's already a horror story in our midst. Paypal lockdowns -- yup, unexplained Paypal account cancellation without refund. One of the well-known Pinoy bloggers around emailed me about the recent demise of his Paypal account. For no apparent reason, all his funds have been frozen -- the $750+ amount was reduced to zero (nil, ziltch, nada)! With no explanation whatsover. (Can't name the blogger as of the moment. He's still filing an appeal.) The only possible reason for this lockdown would have been an unverified account. That could…

Why the uber-restricted launch of Paypal Philippines?

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: October 17, 2006

A lot of people were ecstatic with the news that Paypal has now added the Philippines on its list of supported countries. However, the inclusion was far from what we're expecting. It's even far from a half-baked launch. The limited Paypal access only allows users from the Philippines to sign up for a Paypal account and add their US-accepted credit cards to top up their account. That means one can only send money and it has to come thru your credit card -- that's it. You can't even transfer from a bank account so if you don't have any credit…

Paypal Users get Seller Reputation Status

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: July 17, 2008

One of the basic security features of Paypal is the Seller Reputation Status and Philippine Paypal users are now provided with one. Seller Reputation The Seller Reputation Number measures how many Verified PayPal members have paid that seller. New transactions are added 30 days after they occur, to ensure that the Reputation Number reflects successful exchanges. In essence, the higher the Seller Reputation Number of a Paypal user, the more trusted their account is. It could be considered as some sort of a trust rating. This feature will become very useful as more and more Filipinos use Paypal as a…

Is Paypal blocked in the Philippines?

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: November 27, 2005

I only noticed this a couple of days ago when a good friend of mine was visiting me here. He was chatting with his mom who's in Canada over YM. While talking about the possibility of opening a Paypal account for her from Canada, he fired up a browser and was going to guide his mom thru the sign-up process. Alas, the Paypal website does not load up. I did a ping and traceroute but got nothing still. Paypal is up, that I am sure of but it seems they've blocked access from IPs originating in the Philippines, or maybe…

Send & Receive payments via Paypal in the Philippines

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: September 28, 2007

Sign up for Paypal in the Philippines!. You can withdraw an amount not exceeding $500 per month to any debit, credit card or directly into your Philippine bank accounts. You will just need the bank codes and savings account number. At long last, Paypal's promise to allow receiving funds into Philippine accounts have been fulfilled. Just today, reports have been circulating in the previous post here about the development. I did a money transfer from an old and verified Premier account into my new Philippine Paypal account and it works. From the Paypal Help Pages, the Philippine flag is now…

Withdraw Paypal Money from your Citibank Credit Card

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: October 31, 2007

Here's another way of getting your Paypal funds into one of your credit cards here in the Philippines. I initially thought this method would before but only got confirmation about it from Citibank just yesterday. It seems that only Visa credit cards are allowed to be added into your Paypal account. Not surprising since Paypal has it's own Visa credit card. Maybe a partnership with the credit company. So there are two ways to get your money from your Citibank credit card account after you've made a fund transfer from your Paypal account: Get your money via "Cash Advance". Be…

Paypal fights back on Checkout with $23 Affiliate

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: August 1, 2006

Though Google Checkout hasn't really gotten good reviews lately with all that problems and bugs cropping out left and right, Paypal is moving forward with a new affiliate campaign with Commission Junction: You can earn up to $23 for every new PayPal Business or Premier account you refer under our new PayPal affiliate program. Make top commissions when your referred merchants start receiving off-eBay payments – sign up now! {source: ThreadWatch} A $23 affiliate payout per referral seems high enough to get some attention from marketers and sure is an indication that Paypal is a bit threatened by Google. We'll…