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 Post subject: Blimus!
PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 2:52 pm 
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I've just had an email from "paypal" telling me I've had a refund of withdrawal fees.
Sensing some sort of scam, I logged in via my normal route, and yes, I have!
65sobs to fritter on shiney.... :D


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That's nice of them. But why? I want one as well :lol:


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This is unfair.. I suffer from money withdrawal constantly - i have no money and lots of withdrawl symptoms : )




I'l get me coat. :roll:


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I had the email too..

£80.00 with potentially more to come :D

I rang Paypal just to make sure it wasn't a mistake, and they assured me that the money was mine to spend however I like.

They've refunded all of the £5.00 transaction fees from when I used the faster withdrawal service between January and September 2012.

Result!


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Why were you charges fivers in the 1st place? I haven't had anything but I don;t think I've ever been charged anyway, would it be if you've not tied your paypal to your debit card?


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stewlewis wrote:
Why were you charges fivers in the 1st place? I haven't had anything but I don;t think I've ever been charged anyway, would it be if you've not tied your paypal to your debit card?


It was for their faster withdrawal service. Their regular 2-3 day service was still free.


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PostPosted: Wed Oct 24, 2012 8:19 pm 
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Barneyballbags wrote:
stewlewis wrote:
Why were you charges fivers in the 1st place? I haven't had anything but I don;t think I've ever been charged anyway, would it be if you've not tied your paypal to your debit card?


It was for their faster withdrawal service. Their regular 2-3 day service was still free.


but now it's an hour or so, free!
Someone must have had a quiet word with them...


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