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PayPal Limited My Account! What About The eChecks I Received!!!

Discussion in 'PayPal' started by Echo@CyberDude, Jun 4, 2008.

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    PayPal Limited My Account and they are now demanding for Utility Bill and Identity Card. I have them and I will upload today evening. But, I had many eCheck which were going to clear today, tommarow and many at this weekend. What about them? Will I receive the payment or is it in garbage? and also What if I receive any Payments now?

    Thanks in advance.
    SEMrush
     
    Echo@CyberDude, Jun 4, 2008 IP
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  2. Clive

    Clive Web Developer

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    If you go to the Resolution Centre within your paypal account, you will see a clear picture of what actions have been restricted. There you'll get the answers. I don't see why you should be concerned about any pending echeques, the worst that would happen is delay in clearing them until your account status is reverted to normal state.
     
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    mentos Prominent Member

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    Don't worry,you eCheck is still valid...It will clear after your limited status is lift
     
    mentos, Jun 4, 2008 IP
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    Just submit the document that paypal require to lift the limit and you will gain back your account access.
    Also, with a limited paypal account you can receive payments as many as you want but can't withdraw nor can you send some one.
     
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