I run a membership site and one of my members complained that after she’d resigned I’m still charging her via PayPal. I think it’s her job to cancel her subscription, but now I have to do it. Help me out?
I attend a lot of street fairs, festivals and exhibits where artists and other creative folk sell their goods or services on the spot. A parking lot, the middle of a conference hall, or even at a restaurant, credit cards can be charged quickly and easily just about anywhere. But how do you do it? To find out, I took PayAnywhere for a whirl…
I’m kinda freaking out: I just got a receipt via email for an almost $500 purchase that I apparently made through Paypal to buy a cellphone from LWP Electronics, to be shipped to someone in Maine. But I didn’t make the purchase and when I log in to my Paypal account, I don’t see any trace of the transaction. What’s going on?
eBay bought several country-specific auction sites like Baazee.com of India and a similar site in Netherlans. Full list can be found here: eBay Acquisitions. While eBay is a web based company, it could have had its own version in all of the countries like india.ebay.com instead of buying its clones for whopping amounts of money. I would be very thankful to u, if u can explain me this peculiar trend.
I just read about Google Checkout (at your site, actually: Introducing Google Checkout and I”m inspired to add “buy now” buttons for this service to my page in addition to the Paypal buttons I already have. Can you step me through the process, please?
Hello. I bought an item off of eBay a while ago and sent the money the next day. I then never got the item. So I tried to contact the person and he said he would give me a refund but never did. So I waited patiently for his reply but never got one.
I then filed a report 40 days after the time I bought the item but there were a couple of problems. I closed my paypal account maybe 2 days after the transaction due to an identity theft reason (I was paranoid) and I opened a new account. I asked the paypal representative that if this was a problem and she told me no and it would be still investigated and then she filed the buyer complaint under my new account.
After about 2 months or so I never got a response and decided to call back for an update. Then the man told me that paypal investigated it and said there was nothing he can do because the transaction took place on an old account and that he will file another buyer’s complaint stating that I had to close the account due to identity fraud and told me to call back in 2 days.
So I call 2 days later and they tell me now that they cannot get my money back because I filed a complaint 2 days ago and it was not covered because they have a 45 day policy that says I cannot file a claim after 45 days. And that I am not eligible for the buyer’s protection because I closed the account that had the transaction on. And if I wanted to I can file a police report but they cannot give me a name, or email or anything.
I’m desperate Dave what should I do?! We’re talking about 150 dollars that I am out and that is a lot of money when you’re going through college!