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Thread: PayPal actually lets this happen?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomRalphio View Post
    I wouldn't discount the chance of someone trying to hack into an account and using it to purchase stuff, but there do appear to be people trying to run scams and just using this as an excuse. It's actually much more common than you'd think and that's why PayPal etc have to be so strict.
    But Paypal is being strict on the sellers, who did nothing wrong, when they should be strict with the people who claim to be hacked.

    eBay Buyer Protection is a huge loophole that needs to be closed because right now it's way too easy for buyers to file false claims and get free stuff.

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    That's insane man. I'm looking elsewhere to be honest. Stripe is an alternative to Paypal. I haven't used them personally but I've heard good things about it. [url]https://stripe.com[/url]

    If you decide to use Stripe, you might be interested in Space Box, which adds some functionality into Stripe: [url]https://spacebox.io[/url]

    Disclaimer: I haven't used either of these, I just pay attention to web development and there was fuss when Stripe and Space Box came out, especially with many people and companies having the same issues with PayPal as OP.

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