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    Quote Originally Posted by aaamusements View Post
    I repeat, Ebay does force users to adopt Paypal for some listings.

    You might have more credibility if you could actually spell "losers" in your username - or did you mean to put "looser" as in "less tight"?
    lol so true and in the UK we do have to have a paypal account to sell on ebay even if we also have a merchant account. so while they may not be holding a gun to our head they certainly got us by the balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loosers69OMG View Post
    OMG do you hear yourself whining? Nobody is holding a gun to your head forcing you to use paypal. If you don't like don't use it. If you feel like you were "duped" then maybe you should have taken your lazy ass and read the user agreement before you signed up so you knew what you were in for. All you uneducated lazy ass people need to quit bitching and get over the mistakes you made...not PayPal. Do you honestly think the government would allow a corporation of this size to commit all these "crimes" you are talking about and not do a thing a bout it. It's a capitalist market and if you don't like it get out.
    You're looking at it from the wrong angle, friend.

    No-one is forcing us to use it? Incorrect. In many, many cases the buyer is forcing the seller to use it and the lack of mainstream, accepted alternatives is a huge factor.

    People sell via PayPal in the hope that the buyer is decent and honest but, if they're not, then the seller can get bent over the PP will side with the dishonest 9.5 times out of 10.

    If we want to sell something we want as wide an audience as possible to guarantee a sale. There just aren't as many users of alternative payment merchants. Sad fact, but that's why we're forced to use PP.

    If you really think we're using it because we WANT to then... wow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loosers69OMG View Post
    OMG do you hear yourself whining? Nobody is holding a gun to your head forcing you to use paypal. If you don't like don't use it. If you feel like you were "duped" then maybe you should have taken your lazy ass and read the user agreement before you signed up so you knew what you were in for. All you uneducated lazy ass people need to quit bitching and get over the mistakes you made...not PayPal. Do you honestly think the government would allow a corporation of this size to commit all these "crimes" you are talking about and not do a thing a bout it. It's a capitalist market and if you don't like it get out.

    It's not a capitalist market though, it's a goddamn monopoly. Almost everywhere requires or uses paypal. What are we to do, go without completely? Obviously we're going to use what we must, but then complain as is our right.

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    Thats a very faulty and Fallacious post you have there, of course Paypal being a giant company will get leeway from the government they make tremendous amounts of money, alot of it from mistreating its would be customers, the Government want there cut in the form of above board taxes, or individual under the table deals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamde View Post
    It's not a capitalist market though, it's a goddamn monopoly. Almost everywhere requires or uses paypal. What are we to do, go without completely? Obviously we're going to use what we must, but then complain as is our right.
    Did you know Paypal has no say in who uses Paypal and who doesn't? Websites and companies use Paypal because they are the best online payment method available.
    Try any other payment method and you'll get the same problems when they hit a billion members.
    It's not that Paypal is paying Ebay to use their methods. Ebay chose Paypal because it is the safest (if you know how to use it) and fastest (if you don't do anything illegal) way of payment.

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    Loosers69OMG, there are a lot of people who follow every guideline that PayPal has and still get their account suspended. Sometimes there are glitches and sometimes their employees make errors. I think you're being a little narrow minded to think just because someone got suspended that it had to have been their fault. Maybe the next time something happens to you that's not your fault you might think twice about pointing the finger at people like you did in your thread post.

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    You do realize you are on a forum that is dedicated to Paypal and eBay complaints, right? Why are you defending them here? Plenty of people have been screwed over by these companies and this is their place to vent.

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    Absolutely agreed! I can't believe that people have the nerve to come here and disagree with all the complaints. Obviously they haven't had a terrible experience, should be thankful and shouldn't feel the need to bash other who have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delusional View Post
    Did you know Paypal has no say in who uses Paypal and who doesn't? Websites and companies use Paypal because they are the best online payment method available.
    Try any other payment method and you'll get the same problems when they hit a billion members.
    It's not that Paypal is paying Ebay to use their methods. Ebay chose Paypal because it is the safest (if you know how to use it) and fastest (if you don't do anything illegal) way of payment.
    Apart from the fact plenty of people are having issues without doing illegal business, and I imagine most know how to use paypal also. Look around, there's plenty of legitimate problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shamde View Post
    Apart from the fact plenty of people are having issues without doing illegal business, and I imagine most know how to use paypal also. Look around, there's plenty of legitimate problems.
    Listen to that guys, he's right yes you guys might cause issues, thats okay mistakes happen but when many users are getting screwed over, WHY don't you do more to actually look into this case? Please answer that in a mature and professional manner. Cause I'm honestly puzzled why people send you including me 100% proof that the buyer received the item, and there was even signature authorization and you still favored the buyer for not receiving the item?

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