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    How Do You Send Money On Through the Website

    Im looking to sale cards on here just need to know how i would receive and send money on here

    please answer

    Thanks Mike

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    Just like eBay, using PayPal would work great and is pretty convenient in my opinion. A lot of members are familiar with the service and can be done in a flash. Hope this helps!
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    Yep as mentioned above PayPal is the go to pretty much 99.9% of the time. Come to an agreement with someone, post up a deal in the Trade Manager, and then give that member your PayPal email, or request theirs if buying.
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    Thanks do you usually just send the money through paypal as a gift???

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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonCollector37 View Post
    Thanks do you usually just send the money through paypal as a gift???
    Never send paypal as a gift. Send only as goods that way you are covered as a buyer & also accept so you are covered as a seller as well. There is a small fee associated with sending or receiving money but it's only 2.9% plus 0.30 cents. Better to be safe than sorry.
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    Another way is to send hidden cash threw the mail. You agree on a price for goods, either US or Cdn funds. Post the trade. When money is sent to you it is put inside a plastic top loader and then in a bubble mailer same as a card and mailed. Or you can put the money, say a ten dollar bill inside an old christmas or b day card and mail it that way. Never had a problem doing it either of the above ways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BostonCollector37 View Post
    Thanks do you usually just send the money through paypal as a gift???
    This is not recommended. If you are the buyer there is no protection to you if the seller a) decides to just keep the card/s, and claims they sent them, or b) the card/s do actually get lost in the mail. You won't have the recourse to get your money back.

    As a seller you don't have any risk by receiving gift payment. You do circumvent all fees. However if something does arise the onus is on you to "honour" any agreement, and make right any situation if it were to ever occur. It's like Russian Roulette in the mailing game.

    Only if you have 100% trust in your trade partner should you ever use gift as payment. The only favour you would be doing for each other is reducing the amount of fees that paypal makes off of you.

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    Paypal is the best way. I have sent paypal gift on low purchases. Yes I could get burned if the seller decides not to send. But do they really want to get a negative feedback on purchases under 40 Canadian.
    A person like you with a must send first tag I would do paypal gift to get a lower price as I don't pay until I get the cards. Yes a must send first tag applies to sales also!

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