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Iptv payment

Discussion in 'IPTV Guides Support and Discussions' started by tbyrd16, May 13, 2018.

  1. wooshman

    wooshman VIP Member Forum Supporter

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    If you have lots of money going through and they can't see any reason for it not to be legit they don't care as they are making money from you. It has nothing to do with them what sort of business user you are, they are a credit company, not a bank or the Inland Revenue. By setting up a business account they will then offer PayPal capital and payment card readers.

    The only reason they close accounts is to protect themselves so they can distance themselves from anything that might get them into trouble for in affect aiding and abetting. By freezing accounts they are seen to be doing the responsible thing.
     
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  2. grog68

    grog68 TK Veteran Forum Supporter

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    think how many feebay users have thousands going through their paypal account and you can guarantee they're not all registered at companies house.
     
  3. Idledawn

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    Go with neilC recommendation, top up ltd / unused acc account & pay
    Can't empty nothing thats already empty
     
  4. wooshman

    wooshman VIP Member Forum Supporter

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    Have you been looking in my bank accounts?
     
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  5. dt99

    dt99 TK Veteran

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    If the provider is that good, then I wouldn't be too bothered about having to pay by card. Chances are you could move to someone else who accepts payments another way and the service is poor.

    Decent providers are almost impossible to find, once you find one stick with it. Maybe ask if they will accept a bank transfer instead.
     
  6. Idledawn

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    Hi wooshman, iv'e been trying to empty yours for years with no joy, just like that money tree bottom of your garden,