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    is it possible to charge back?

    Someone threatened to charge back me (use to be his account) and its been nearly 2 months I've used this account. Can they somehow still charge back the account?

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    I think so .

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    if they payed with paypal I think they can

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwan146 View Post
    Someone threatened to charge back me (use to be his account) and its been nearly 2 months I've used this account. Can they somehow still charge back the account?
    Yes, they are still able to chargeback. You mean recover the account? I'm confused... You say chargeback but it use to be his account? If you mean recovers, yes he can still recover...

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    I've never dealt with a chargeback that wasn't E-bay related. But as far as I know; If the seller doesn't send an item via a registered post service he's liable for charge-back.

    Some general info.

    What is a chargeback?
    A chargeback, also known as a reversal, occurs when a buyer asks a credit card company to reverse a transaction that has already cleared. A buyer may file a chargeback with his/her card issuer based on credit card association regulations and timeframes.
    Although a chargeback may appear similar to a PayPal claim, itĺs actually a process that is granted to a cardholder by their credit card company and initiated outside of PayPal. In a dispute over a chargeback, the decision is ultimately made by the credit card company and PayPal canĺt control the outcome.

    Two common reasons for reversals or chargebacks are:
    A buyerĺs credit card number is stolen and used fraudulently.
    A buyer makes a purchase, but believes that the seller failed to fulfil their side of the agreement (for example, they did not send the item, sent an item that was very different from the seller's description or the item was damaged when the buyer received it).
    All sellers who accept credit card payments run the risk of being liable for chargebacks. Chargebacks are among the unfortunate costs of doing business. Many sellers factor this cost into their business risk model.

    Why do some chargebacks occur so long after payment has been received?
    Certain laws and credit card issuer policies usually allow buyers to file chargebacks weeks or sometimes months after the initial transaction occurs.

    How does PayPal notify a seller when a chargeback has been filed against them?
    When a buyer files a chargeback, the buyer's credit card company notifies PayPalĺs merchant bank. Our merchant bank informs us of the chargeback, and we immediately email the seller. The seller can then log in to their PayPal account and go to the Resolution Centre to monitor the status of the case and provide information to help resolve the matter.

    What are some best practices for avoiding chargebacks?
    Describe the item that you are selling in as much detail as possible and as accurately as possible. Include pictures, measurements (if applicable), and other relevant specifics.
    Make every effort to know your customer and to respond promptly to any customer service requests.
    Keep as much information as you can about the transaction and your customer, including email or other correspondence.
    Publish your return policy in your auction listings or on your website. Also include your return policy in email correspondence with your customer. Please note that certain laws and credit card issuer policies provide that buyers may have chargeback rights for merchandise that is not delivered or is defective, even if your policy indicates that all sales are final and that you do not allow returns.
    Send to the buyer's address listed on the Transaction Details page and retain proof of postage that can be tracked online.
    Use this helpful checklist for typical decision points when considering whether or not to accept payment.
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    I flagged the account for trading so he couldnt recover the account and scam me and its been 2 full months since he has logged onto the account i dont understand how he can still charge back.. Is there any way I can avoid the charge back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwan146 View Post
    I flagged the account for trading so he couldnt recover the account and scam me and its been 2 full months since he has logged onto the account i dont understand how he can still charge back.. Is there any way I can avoid the charge back?
    Will you please explain if you BOUGHT an account from him or HE is the one that bought an account from you.. there's a big difference between charge-back and recover!



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    Quote Originally Posted by youtro View Post

    Will you please explain if you BOUGHT an account from him or HE is the one that bought an account from you.. there's a big difference between charge-back and recover!
    We traded accounts. I still currently own his account with all the info. I'm not talking about recorver, HE SAID "I will chargeback your account" When he doesnt have any info of the account. Can he still chargeback the account and get my account banned even if he don't have any of the info of the account? We traded 2 months ago BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rizwan146 View Post
    We traded accounts. I still currently own his account with all the info. I'm not talking about recorver, HE SAID "I will chargeback your account" When he doesnt have any info of the account. Can he still chargeback the account and get my account banned even if he don't have any of the info of the account? We traded 2 months ago BTW.
    If you changed all of the info on your account you should be safe.. If you only traded the accounts than there's nothing to do with "charge back", he probably meant recover



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