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callostemma

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Ebay and paypal
« on: May 06, 2015, 08:39:30 AM »
Appears Ebay and Paypal will soon be separate identities/companies.
So what's  the catch? :musing:

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Re: Ebay and paypal
« Reply #1 on: May 06, 2015, 05:32:39 PM »
In the scheme of things, I wouldn't think they could make it any more <<insert your favourite adjective here>>

... but I don't diminish the creative potential of eBay and PayPal.


A quick scan through the buyer and seller protection clauses of the relative policies didn't raise any alarm bells (any louder than already ringing) ... but, I do emphasize it was quick.



BTW - Did you know that items listed on Gumtree are not eligible for PayPal buyer protection?  [S12.1 (i)(j) of the "Updated User Agreement for PayPal Services"  https://www.paypalobjects.com/webstatic/ua/pdf/AU/ints/ua.pdf ]

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Re: Ebay and paypal
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2015, 09:56:19 AM »
Even if one uses paypal to pay for them?

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Re: Ebay and paypal
« Reply #3 on: July 05, 2015, 01:03:24 AM »
S12.1 You may be eligible for the PayPal Buyer Protection Policy if all the following
requirements are met:
a. You use PayPal as your payment method;
b. Your payment is less than $20,000;
c. Your payment is not a Personal Transaction and is made through:
   a. The “Checkout with PayPal” button or by otherwise selecting PayPal
   as part of a seller’s PayPal checkout flow; or
   b. The “Send Money” tab choosing “Goods or services” on our website
   or mobile app;
d. Your payment is made from your account and not directly from a Credit Card
processed through our Website Payments Pro or Virtual Terminal service;
e. You pay the full amount in one payment;
f. The item is not received or is significantly different to how it was described;
g. Your account is in good standing;
h. You have not received a recovery related to the purchase from another source;
i. Your purchase is not for:
 a. Vehicles (including cars, motorcycles, caravans, boats and planes);
b. Real estate;
c. Licences;
d. Sale of business;
e. Custom made items considered to be “significantly not as
described”;
f. Industrial machinery used in manufacturing;
g. Items prohibited under our Acceptable Use Policy;
h. Items you collect in person or arrange to be collected on your behalf;
i. Quasi-cash items such as gift cards, pre-paid cards or deal vouchers;
or
j. Items listed on Gumtree;



Even if one uses paypal to pay for them?

So, as I read it .... YEP!