04-04-2015, 06:53 AM #1
how to avoid withdrawal issues with Paypal?
Guys, I have a friend that he's earning big income monthly, over 5K to 7K but he's going lately with a lot of security issue from paypal to withdrawal his money?
Should he withdrawal $1000 per day each week? or can he withdrawal all the money at once?
or there's something to do and to avoid technical issues while withdrawing money from PP?
04-04-2015, 10:42 AM #2
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The best option is to always contact paypal and let them know that you're going to be receiving large amounts of cash and explain where it will be coming from. You have to do this before getting the money or else you're going to have problems.
There's nothing your friend can do except to contact paypal then explain where the money is coming from and whether this is a once off thing or is it going to happen every day or week. That's the only solution and he has to do this before paypal freezes his account.
Once an account is frozen it will take 180 days or even more to resolve the problem.
04-20-2015, 11:18 AM #3
I think it is very serious issues because if your are working online then this withdrawal issue was really a disadvantage small business or online business. So for this you directly contact to the website of Paypal and tell them about your issue.
12-06-2017, 01:27 PM #4
I haven't encountered yet such kind of issue, I think you must consult it to the PayPal's customer support, I'm sure they will help you in your concern. It must be resolved immediately since it involves huge amount of money. Just explain to them your concern and I am sure they will help you at the soonest possible time.
12-08-2017, 04:22 AM #5
If this just happens, better if you would contact PayPal themselves. You can tell them that you never experienced this problem before, and that you need to withdraw this certain amount. You can also ask them if this really happens whenever a withdrawal is a huge amount.
12-24-2017, 04:49 AM #6
I believe PayPal impose daily withdrawal limits. You can always consult with Paypal on manner by which you can withdraw more than its preset limitations, depending on the account you have with Paypal and method used to cash in the money.
12-26-2017, 06:35 AM #7
I agree with you because it is a security requirement and if he contacts pay pal they can help to get the issue of have to go through a bunch of security questions. If they are suspicious I think they are allowed to freeze the account making sure it is not a scam or fraud. I have dealt with pay pal on a few things and it can be an aggravation once they freeze your account. Definitely contact pay pal.
01-02-2018, 05:43 PM #8
PayPal uses algorithms to determine whether your business is a low or high-risk business.
By default, if you are verified large amounts shouldn't be an issue.
The issue comes when you get a lot of disputes and PayPal will determine that your business is high risk.
Only then you get limitations in my experience.
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