No PayPal.Last feedback 2006......no Paypal accepted......crappy pics. Be careful out there.
I've done thousands of transactions through Paypal since way back before Ebay owned them and haven't lost a dime to anything relating to fraud.LMAO @ people thinking paypal protects you more than MC or VISA.
lol you've never ordered anything with a credit card/debit card over the phone?I've done thousands of transactions through Paypal since way back before Ebay owned them and haven't lost a dime to anything relating to fraud.
If a person decides to buy these amps and give the seller their credit card number, CVV number, name, billing address, and phone number.......well now they have just about everything needed to steal your identity. Not saying that would happen, but I sure as hell wouldn't do it with some unknown person from Ebay.
Yes. I have ordered plenty over the phone with a credit card, but only from a legitimate business.lol you've never ordered anything with a credit card/debit card over the phone?
they still need your SSN.
do yourself a favor and research the paypal chargeback scam.
you still haven't looked up the paypal chargeback scam.Yes. I have ordered plenty over the phone with a credit card, but only from a legitimate business.
Debit card over the phone? Hell no.
SSN over the phone? Who asks for and expects a SSN over the phone? Maybe you meant the CVV.
If you want to give some unknown Ebay seller, with no feedback since 2006 your personal information then be my guest. Evidentially I'm in the minority here, because plenty of people are bidding on the amps.
Like I said, I have done thousands of deals through Paypal and have not lost one penny due to scam. Maybe I am more versed in their policies than you realize.
wow you're thick headed. they ruled in my favor and let me keep my money when he filed the claim through paypal, because with a gift payment; it's a personal payment and does not even need a verified address.What you are missing in this is Paypal is not obligated to help you since it was a gift payment. You blame them, but you are the one that circumvented their rules by accepting payment for merchandise via a gift payment. Again, sorry you got scammed, but I'm not the bad guy here.