Since posing the question, I have found out from the Paypal website that I would not be covered by the Paypal scheme, so will not be using this method anyway. There are, however, other dispute resolution avenues available if there is a problem with the transaction. Not sure if this has not already been said I'm not going to read every post - As much as eBay may want people to think it gets a cut of anything and everything that originated in eBay e. Note: Your email is included with the abuse report. The seller made first contact with you to your yahoo. You can file a dispute if you do not receive the product you ordered, receive the wrong product or if the product is not as it was advertised. Send or request money means you're basically handing over money with no tangable goods crossing pathes.
Please, if there is some that actually knows, set me straight. If it is not resolved within 20 days, you can escalate it to a claim and PayPal will investigate and determine whether you are owed a refund. Yes, falsely filing an unauthorized access or unauthorized transaction is fraud. Request money is cheaper and easier. Can he reverse the payment later on? In order to process a debit card chargeback against a merchant, you must file a dispute with your bank.
If you receive something other than what you purchased, you may be able to get your money back from the seller. Do not abuse the dispute feature offered by the bank. Can she invoice me using her personal PayPal account if she no longer has her business account? If you have any questions just comment below. Should I message her with that tidbit about putting my yahoo email address into the paypal invoice, or do you believe she may already know how to do this? If they couldn't be reversed in the first place, then there could be no fraud in doing so. PayPal provides buyers with 180 days to open up a dispute about a transaction.
There is no reason to use ebay since this has nothing to do with an ebay item. If I was responding to an old request? Once you do it you will be connected with a live customer service representative typical waiting time is about 1 hour 20 minutes — 1 hour 50 minutes. No I think the seller did reply using eBay. She has offered several times today to buy the lamp shade back from me, in the event I do not want to buy the base from her. Consequently I now video opening every package which I expect to contain a watch.
However, whatever his reasons, I will not risk my money for someone else's benefit, so I have now paid the seller by Paypal through eBay checkout. Did you recall when you were You were asked to select two options which are Business and personal. I will pay the same amount, regardless of which method I use, so there is no benefit to me either way. She tells me she closed her ebay store because she no longer retained sufficient inventory to make it profitable. And that was to have a pp invoice sent so they could have buyer protection. I'd relax and lay in a good patch of sun after a healthy meal of kibble and not worry or speculate that I was going to be taken for a ride. The transaction isn't happening on eBay, the seller contacted the buyer through her email.
Show me someone who uses a service but manages to find a way not to pay for it, and I'll show you someone who is making that same service more expensive for people who play by the rules. Many deals have been done throughout the years with trust as part of the equation. I suspected that this was the case, but could not find anything specific about methods of payment under Buyer Protection. I don't believe you believe that. I received a contact from a seller today who offered to sell me the matching base to the lamp shade which I purchased from her ebay store a month ago today. Even those this is a done deal, I'll chime in for others.
If approved, the chargeback goes through and you receive the amount back in your account. . If for some reason there is a problem, PayPal won't protect you. Partially eligible, the most common for a non eBay transaction, doesn't protect sellers against claims of unauthorised use which includes claw backs under the direct debit guarantee and chargebacks. Thanks in in advance for the forum wisdom! I'm sorry, but that's naive. Just be sure you are dealing with the actual paypal account owner. Have you called support yet? However, Articles shared here might contain some affiliate links to other websites.
I didn't know until returning here to re-read everyone's very helpful posts and check my work to tell her about using my yahoo email in the invoice. There has been no verification of receipt on her end, obviously. That also makes sense, but what do I know? A compromise would be to have her invoice you through paypal so that you'll have protection. Once you send a payment, the funds are automatically added to the recipient's account. Thanks again for all the kind instruction! It has no jurisdiction or right to monitor what's going on between the two of you on the base to the lamp.
Seller pays some fees to pp so in essence, ebay is making something for a private deal not associated with ebay at all. Especially with Icahn breathing down everyones throat about a spin off so pp can make even more money. It does not protect digital purchases or services and does not extend to items that you have decided you do not like, but that were accurately represented by the seller. This is virtually the only way to dispute a gift transaction. I agree with the seller sending a proper invoice directly from ppal so you will be covered on the purchase. I am well aware that the two Buyer Protection schemes are different, which is why I asked about eBay protection on the eBay board. I sent some money to a friend, but afterwards she told me the card attached to her paypal account is expired and it's been years since she's used paypal, so since it was easier for her I sent another transfer through a different route.
So, your assertion is that no unauthorized transaction has ever occurred on PayPal? I imagine the feeling would be mutual at that point assuming you did nothing wrong. Most merchants who are trying to stay in business aren't that short sighted. So it actually offers less protection than a 'normal' transaction where at least you can try and defend a claim because it's linked to an actual item with tracking etc. I think even Venmo can be paid for with a credit card. Please, if there is some that actually knows, set me straight.