Hello, everyone. I have a problem that is bothering me. Ok, here goes my story. I've been trying to make money online for 2 years or so, had good moments, had bad ones, although never had a steady profit, like a job. Anyhow, lately I have found out a way to make money via PayPal. It doesn't involve any hacking or scamming or using stolen accounts or anything like this. Everything is done according to PayPal rules, but with a catch. When I make money, I leave part of the accounts with negative balance on them. So basically, I am kinda making money on behalf of PayPal's funds, because negative balance is kinda a "flaw" in PayPal's money. Anyhow, they allow this to happen, so it's kinda legal, but dishonest I guess. At first I wanted to earn a steady profit with this, but since I don't like to involve my real bank account with that too much, and there are not too many exchangers who would like to accept PP for WMZ/LR when it's unverified account (although the funds are legal and won't be reversed), so I decided just to make some cash for online game I am playing, that accepts PayPal. So here's the big concern. I know that PayPal usually plays hard on anyone who's trying to "**** with them", limiting accounts etc. In my case they don't, because I don't do anything illegal from their point of view, and even if they might suspect something and limit my accounts in like 3 months from the transaction dates, the money there will be long gone. Also, I use my own dynamic internet connection, so before logging to each PayPal acc, I always reconnect and obtain new IP, and I clear cookies every time. Also, the info on the accounts is different (i.e different names, adresses etc). Of course no identity theft, as I just make the info up. Anyhow, with all the precautions, I don't care about future theoretical possibilities of these accounts getting limited, but there is one other thing - the police. I live outside U.S/Canada, so let's think that PayPal might one day come across my accounts and say "this looks suspicious". Then they will search for other accounts with same "history" and find some of my other accounts and presume that it looks like it's a work of the same person. Then they might claim that I am "stealing money by fraud" from them, because after all, I have some accounts and play with them, as if they were different people. In that case of course, PayPal can theoretically call FBI (or whoever deal with international crimes) and then give them the log in info for each of my accounts, FBI will then under the law jurisdiction call my ISP and ask them for the user login details of these IPs at those specific times (when I used them). And then they will come to me and take me out to the criminal facility, aka JAIL. Yay for me... I know that the chance for all that to happen is low, but I can believe that PayPal can do anything. So my question is what are the odds? I mean, maybe they might call the police only when I "make" out of them more than a specific amount of money annually? Like if it's $5000+ a year, then they will cal them and if it's less then it's not considered a big crime. Or I don't know what other criteria they might have. Of course, using proxies wouldn't help, as they can always ask the proxy companies for logs and then get to my real IPs anyway. And also, there are not too many "stable" proxies out there, that can hold for a month. And logging to an PayPal account each time with different proxy will make it limited eventually. Ok, I know that some of you will accuse me for doing this all along, and you have the right to do it, but I am not doing it because I am a big criminal, or because I am some mafia man. I am just trying to make a bit money, taking it from a huge company with millions of profit each month, which is known of taking people's money by limiting their accounts for good, some of these people are actually just regular people who wanted to use their service. Everyone knows what PayPal does. So think of me as a Robin Hood of some kind, although I don't give the money to the poor, but if someone would resolve my problem, I would willingly pay some of the cash I am making to charity organizations (and to my savior).
"Easy money" ©