Receive payment with paypal

VfV

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Hello, i'd know if for you is safe receive payment for domains on paypal ? I read that is not possible have a chargeback for non tangible things....so should be safe sell with Paypal.
 

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If it was a stolen card, of course it will be reversed. But that would be also if you did it through any other card processor.
 

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A buyer can do a chargeback if they're dishonest enough. They can keep the WhoIs the same and use it as a claim that they never got it.

PayPal may not be your best choice but the fees are great for most low-end sales.
 

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But Paypal doesn't do chargeback for non tangible things, so if the buyer is dishonest and don't change the whois info Paypal can't do nothing. So is better use sedo or escrow for domain transfer ? Here i see a lot use Paypal
 

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I have used paypal to accept and make payments for direct deals on the forums since 2005. At one point I used moneybookers a lot as well since they are superior in my book. However winners takes all and Paypal won the E-wallet fight.

Knock on wood so far I have been fine. Maybe having one or two issues in those years but they were resolved to my satisfaction.

Do your due diligence before accepting payment. Do not do direct deals in amounts you are not comfortable with.
 

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If you are really conserned about chargebacks, ask for bitcoin. Then sell it on Coinbase, and deposit it into your bank. That way you are covered, without any chargeback posibility.
 
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