EmpireAndrew wrote:PayPal isn't the problem, the anger should go to the wan@@@ who maliciously lied to them.
Bet they keep quiet too.
Kubik wrote:troed wrote:Within Europe SEPA (IBAN) is reasonably quick and fee-less.
Correction - within eurozone!
When I transfer money from our German account to my wife's Slovak account (within eurozone), it's done overnight and doesn't cost anything. When I do the same to my Czech account (EU, but no eurozone), it takes three days at least, and I pay certain amount off the Czech account as some sort of incoming fee. The fee differs from bank to bank, from approx. 1 EUR up to 8 EUR. British banks might be different, but still, don't expect to be as easy as eurozone-to-eurozone transfer.
SEPA consists of 34 countries:
The 28 member states of the European Union, including
the 19 states that are in the Eurozone:
Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain
the nine states that are not in the Eurozone:
Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Sweden, United Kingdom.
The three states having signed the European Economic Area agreement:
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway.
A few other countries with agreements with the EU:
Monaco, San Marino, Switzerland.
Atari74user wrote:EmpireAndrew wrote:PayPal isn't the problem, the anger should go to the wan@@@ who maliciously lied to them.
Bet they keep quiet too.
I understand your point, but I would argue PayPal are not adopting a common sense approach, and arguably are sticking to preordained scripts to deal with a problem. They are failing to deal with issue and provide adequate answers.
exxos wrote:Thanks for everyones kind words and support, it means a lot to me!
In reply to some peoples questions, I got banned on a "DSP ASP32 PSU REPAIR KIT". I suspected DSP was a drug, like LSD, It was, so I thought that was the reason. Basically because the DSP kits only started selling more recently. Though when I bugged paypal, they pointed to my site which was selling "mod kits". It wasn't even my store page but my main index page on my site. Where I had a phrase like "click here to view all my hardware mods". So they assume I'm hacking playstations and that kinda thing. I've tried to explain Atari went out of business 20 years ago, tried to explain DVD encrypted games didn't exist in the 1980s... They just don't care.
vizfizz wrote:What about the possibility of finding a dealer for your product. Like Best Electronics here in CA?
catmando wrote:Maybe you need to change the phrasing on your site to something like 'upgrade kits' or 'atari spares'. Anything that separates you clearly away from the mod kits for consoles etc. As I think someone else mentioned what you do is really no different than a PC shop that sells PSU's, graphic cards, memory modules etc.
mlynn1974 wrote:but you can't go wrong with Personal Cheques
mlynn1974 wrote:I know it's rather old fashioned, and banks don't like it, but you can't go wrong with Personal Cheques.
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