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Subject: () Credits Sale low as $2.80 each ()
Date Posted: 1/15/2009 11:21 AM ET
Member Since: 1/28/2007
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10 for $29 (that's $2.90 each)

20 for $57 (that's $2.85 each)

40 for $112 (that's $2.80 each)

No risk at all to you.  I will assume all the risk by giving you the credits >>BEFORE<< you pay via money order.  Sorry, I no longer use PayPal after a bad experience with them.

I will buddy you the credits as soon as I confirm that your money order is valid.   Here’s how;  You can reply to this post or PM me to let me know how many credits you want and I will reserve them for you.

Then you PM me again after purchasing the money order, giving me information printed on the money order;  the amount, the money order Id number, and the 1-800 number (if available) to call and confirm that the money order is valid.   Then I will buddy you the credits.  You can mail me the money order >>AFTER<< you receive your credits.

I have 40 credits for sale so you can PM me for how many you want (minimum 10 credits please) and I will reserve them for you.

Thanks,

Dan and Marilyn



Last Edited on: 1/15/09 2:06 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 1/16/2009 10:15 AM ET
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Bump Friday...

Date Posted: 1/18/2009 11:29 AM ET
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Bump Sunday...



Last Edited on: 1/18/09 11:30 AM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 1/18/2009 1:06 PM ET
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Someone asked about my personal experience with PayPal, so I thought I would post this for other PaperBackSwap members.  This is not a rant against PayPal.  This happened to me as a buyer who got ripped off from on online auction.

 

By law a buyer has "chargeback rights" when paying via credit card. Also a buyer has "chargeback rights" when paying via PayPal using a credit card as the source of payment. Chargeback rights generally means that if you don't get what you paid for, then your credit card company will open a claim to get your money back for you.  American Express is very cardholder friendly when it comes to charge backrights.

However, the buyer DOES NOT have chargeback rights when paying via your PayPal balance, or paying via PayPal with funds that are taken from your bank account. So the seller can take advantage of PayPal's procedures and rip you off. You can't sue PayPal (I tried) because the courts say you have to sue the seller.

Sellers can also get ripped off if a buyer says he never received the merchandise and then uses chargeback rights to get his money back while keeping the merchandise.  I believe that delivery confirmation will not necessarily save you from chargeback rights in a case like this.

If you want to read other stories then Google "PayPal Sucks".
Dan