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03 October 2007 @ 06:31 am
 
hi there im looking for someone who can be paid wiht a credit card (not thru paypal.. ) and then use thier paypal to pay ebay for me since i tried using my paypala nd i cant even remember my password and i cant get emails from them and i need to pay for these items soon. ^_^ if someone could help me that woudl be great!

maby someone on here has a shopping/shipping service (like celga.. i asked them btw they seemed confused XD)
 
 
 
in the night roomauralgasm on October 3rd, 2007 11:29 am (UTC)
I might be interested, but may I ask what you mean by getting paid with a credit card that isn't thru PayPal? You can just tell your seller to invoice you and you can pay via credit card without having to have a PayPal account, you can still pay them via PayPal without necessarily having to log on to your account. I forgot how that works, though. :/
in the night roomauralgasm on October 3rd, 2007 11:31 am (UTC)
Oh, I found it, here: https://www.paypal.com/uk/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=xpt/cps/general/OptionalAccount-outside

You can ask your sellers to invoice you via that, if they know how?
racoutletracoutlet on October 3rd, 2007 12:20 pm (UTC)
I sell on eBay. What you need to do is to contact PayPal through their "Help" function (upper-right of the home page; keep clicking through the "contact us" options till you get to the e-mail form) and explain the situation. When you started your account, you should have had security questions ("where were you born?" etc.) put in place that can affirm who you are even if you forget your password. PayPal should be able to get you back in to your account in short order.

In the meantime, shoot the eBay seller a short e-mail explaining the situation, even if you haven't passed the payment deadline. This should buy you a bit of understanding and goodwill - and, in turn, time.

Don't go the "I pay you and then you pay them" route with a stranger, even one solicited through these pages. It's too risky for all parties involved.

(I am unsurprised at Celga's confusion, given my experiences with the service. They once held an order of mine in their warehouse for four months despite repeated requests to pay to have it shipped. I finally had to ask to speak with a supervisor to get it out of there; his e-mail, however, accidentally forwarded a whiny temper tantrum about me the first clerk had sent him. Dreadful people there.)
Emmyminarin on October 3rd, 2007 06:13 pm (UTC)
I have that exact shopping service here!