Sunday, October 18, 2009

They OWN PayPal for Heavens SAKE!! [post 999 wow hoo!]

36 hours for this response from eBay about $35.24 I owe them that needs paying so I can re-access an eBay account:

> Hello Wayne,
>
> Thank you for writing back about this issue.
>
> We apologize for the delay in responding to your inquiry. We are
> currently experiencing a very high volume of emails but we want to
> respond to your inquiry in a timely manner.
>
> Meanwhile let me further explained about the status of the
> "MaverickPartnership" account.
>
> As I have made further investigation, it appears that it has been
> suspended for non-payment. You will need to pay the full amount due to
> regain access to your account.
>
> The total amount due is $35.24.
>
> While you are suspended you will not be able to access My eBay or change
> any details.
>
> Meanwhile, to avoid going through collections efforts and to remove the
> suspension, we recommend you pay your due balance by Cheque or Money
> Order since you can't sign- in to your account.
>
> To do so:
>
> Click o Site map; Make a payment to your account, mail in payment, then
> copy + paste the information. All you needs to do is to print, and
> attach it to your cheque or money order.
>
> eBay's postal address for cheques or money orders is:
>
> eBay International AG
> GPO BOX 5257
> Sydney NSW 2001
> Australia
>
> To print a coupon to send with your payment, follow these steps:
>
> 1. Go to:
>
> http://cgi3.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?OneTimePayPalPayment
>
> You may be asked to sign in.
>
> 2. Click on 'Mail in a cheque or money order' and print the payment
> coupon.
>
> *Note*
> eBay does not accept cash.
>
> To learn more about eBay seller fees, go to:
>
> http://pages.ebay.com.au/help/account/payfees.html
>
> Finally, you may opt to create another account as well if you want to
> use the eBay site but with a different email address and user ID.
>
> Wayne, I appreciate your patience and understanding in this matter.
>
> Regards,
>
> Sandra N.
> eBay Customer Support Team
> _______________________________
> Buyer protection on eBay.com.au has improved! PayPal Buyer Protection
> will now cover eligible items for AU$20,000. Conditions apply.*

That's right... the owners of eBay wont accept payment by paypal... what the!!

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