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Payment Dispute

Shanty01
New Community Member

Payment Dispute

WELL WHY HE DID FILED A DISPUTE CASE AND HE SAID THE TRANSSACTIONS IS UNAUTHORIZED? WELL I HAVE OUR CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN HIM AND I THAT HE REALLY DID SENT THAT MONEY TO ME AS A PAYMENT IN MY LIVE CAM SHOW THAT HE DID TO HIM THEN AFTER HE GOT WHAT HE NEED HE WILL REPORT THIS PAYMENT...ITS SO UNFAIR AND LOOO HE DID SENT ALSO THIS PAYMENTS AS FRIEND OR FAMILY IT MEANS IT NOT PROTECTED RIGHT?
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kernowlass
Esteemed Advisor

Re: Payment Dispute

@Shanty01 


Its against Paypal rules to accept a family / friends payment for selling goods and you risk your Paypal account being limited if you do so.


A buyer would not be able to open a Paypal dispute for non-receipt of item OR item not as described as they would have no Paypal buyer protection.


However they can still open a dispute for an unauthorised transaction OR do a chargeback (via their card issuer) and you may well lose as you would have no Paypal seller protection.


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