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    wehrmachtoberst Guest

    Default Can Paypal actually go into your checking account?

    This has been a question that I have been searching for all over the 'net. I get mixed results. Basically here is the situation:

    If I was sent payments from another person and there wasn't enough in the their bank to cover it, can Paypal go into MY checking account to get the funds that I transferred when the payments came through? In other words, if "Joe" sends me 100 bucks(from his paypal acct) and I transfer it from my paypal account to my checking account and then later "Joe" did not have enough to cover it, can they come after mine? OR will my account just be negative? Or will it only affect "joes"? I hope I made it clear...

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    Keverw Guest

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    I'm not sure... I would hope it would only affect Joes.

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    sbc99085 Guest

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    i wanna know too

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    Quote Originally Posted by wehrmachtoberst View Post
    This has been a question that I have been searching for all over the 'net. I get mixed results. Basically here is the situation:

    If I was sent payments from another person and there wasn't enough in the their bank to cover it, can Paypal go into MY checking account to get the funds that I transferred when the payments came through? In other words, if "Joe" sends me 100 bucks(from his paypal acct) and I transfer it from my paypal account to my checking account and then later "Joe" did not have enough to cover it, can they come after mine? OR will my account just be negative? Or will it only affect "joes"? I hope I made it clear...
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    Hurlin4U Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by 995sun View Post
    If you visit [URL="http://www.paypalblows.org"]paypalblows.org[/URL] you will find out how they can still take money from your account months later your account has been closed or suspended.

    Not sure if I am understanding this correctly & I don't want to click on a link that I found in a forum either, but I think that most accounts that you close are still allowed to do this for up to 90 days; banks, etc. Not just paypal.

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