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  1. Have paypal need bitcoin. Can buy many.
  2. hi guys I have PayPal and I want to transform it into WebMoney so, If anyone knows somebody who can do this job then please let me know If you can guide me to a trusted website or online company that makes currency exchange, that would be great Thanks in advance everyone
  3. Developers considering adding a torrent search engine to their portfolio should proceed with caution, especially if they value their income streams. Following a complaint from the MPAA one developer is now facing a six month wait for PayPal to unfreeze thousands in funds, the vast majority related to other projects. For several years PayPal has been trying to limit how much business it does with sites involved with copyright infringement. Unsurprisingly torrent sites are high up on the payment processors “do not touch†list. For that reason it is quite rare to see PayPal offered as a donation method on the majority of public sites as these are spotted quite quickly and often shut down. It’s unclear whether PayPal does its own ‘scouting’ but the company is known to act upon complaints from copyright holders as part of the developing global “Follow the Money†anti-piracy strategy. This week Andrew Sampson, the software developer behind new torrent search engine ‘Strike‘, discovered that when you have powerful enemies, bad things can happen. With no advertising on the site, Sampson added his personal PayPal account in case anyone wanted to donate. Quickly coming to the conclusion that was probably a bad idea, Sampson removed the button and carried on as before. One month later PayPal contacted him with bad news. “We are contacting you as we have received a report that your website https://getstrike.net is currently infringing upon the intellectual property of Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.,†PayPal began. “Such infringement also violates PayPal’s Acceptable Use Policy. Therefore your account has been permanently limited.†It isn’t clear why PayPal waited for a month after donations were removed from Strike to close Sampson’s six-year-old account but the coder believes that his public profile (he doesn’t hide his real identity) may have led to his issues. “It seems someone at the MPAA realized I took donations using PayPal from some of my other LEGAL open source projects (like https://github.com/Codeusa/Borderless-Gaming) and was able to get the email of my account,†the dev told TF. While Sampson had regularly been receiving donations from users of his other open source projects, he says he only received $200 from users of Strike, a small proportion of the $2,500 in his personal account when PayPal shut it down. “That money was earned through legitimate freelance work and was going to be used specifically for my rent/car payment so it kind of sucks,†he says. While it’s going to be a painful 180 day wait for Sampson to get his money back from PayPal, the lack of options for receiving donations on his other projects could prove the most damaging moving forward. Sampson does accept Bitcoin, but it’s nowhere near as user-friendly as PayPal. Of course, this is all part of the MPAA’s strategy. By making sites like Strike difficult to run, they hope that developers like Sampson will reconsider their positions and move on. And in this case they might just achieve their aims. “I’ve allowed someone else to manage the site for the time being. It will operate as it normally does but I need a bit to clear my head and don’t want anything to do with it as it’s become quite stressful,†Sampson says. “I think the MPAA is playing low ball tactics against a developer who just wanted a better search engine. I don’t condone piracy, but I sure as hell understand why it happens.†https://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-complained-so-we-seized-your-funds-paypal-says-150517/
  4. Good news, New paypal account made doing final tests, so far so good. DONATIONS ARE FIXED
  5. Hello!, Just a quick overview everyone that donated has received their money back. Why? Our HDA PayPal was reported for certain actions such as Silk Road trading, Drugs and etc. Due too this I request that until this announcement is edited with a message stating "It works" please, please, please do not donate any amount. On a side note, who ever posts this announcement on a Public site (Invites_____) Shall be banned from HDAccess. You HAVE being warned. Good news, New paypal account made doing final tests, so far so good. DONATIONS ARE FIXED
  6. If you have an issue donating to the site, donate too marklandan@outlook.com than send me a PM, And I shall validate it and promote you. YOUR ACCOUNT MUST BE VERIFIED BEFORE YOU DONATE, (THIS IS GETTING FIXED)
  7. Hey Guys ! I Have PayPal Money , Want MoneyBookers " SKRILL " Urgently ! Contact Me If You're Ready To Exchange . Regards, DSTT
  8. Two weeks ago PayPal closed the account of cloud-storage service Mega, citing pressure from Visa and MasterCard. The ban has undoubtedly hurt Mega's business, and CEO Graham Gaylard is in Europe to discuss possible legal repercussions against a report that's partly responsible for the ban September last year the Digital Citizens Alliance and NetNames released a report that looked into the business models of “shadowy†file-storage sites. Titled “Behind The Cyberlocker Door: A Report How Shadowy Cyberlockers Use Credit Card Companies to Make Millions,†the report offers insight into the money streams that end up at these alleged pirate sites. The research claims that the sites in question are mostly used for copyright infringement. But while there are indeed many shadowy hosting services, many were surprised to see the Kim Dotcom-founded Mega.co.nz on there. For entertainment industry groups the report offered an opportunity to put pressure on Visa and MasterCard. In doing so they received support from U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, who was also the lead sponsor of the defunct controversial Protect IP Act (PIPA). Senator Leahy wrote a letter to the credit card companies claiming that the sites mentioned in the report have “no legitimate purpose or activity,†hoping they would cut their connections to the mentioned sites. Visa and MasterCard took these concerns to heart and pressed PayPal to cut off its services to Mega, which eventually happened late last month. Interestingly, PayPal cited Mega’s end-to-end-encryption as one of the key problems, as that would make it harder to see what files users store. The PayPal ban has been a huge blow for Mega, both reputation-wise and financially. And the realization that the controversial NetNames report is one of the main facilitators of the problems is all the more frustrating. TorrentFreak spoke with CEO Graham Gaylard, who previously characterized the report as “grossly untrue and highly defamatory,†to discuss whether Mega still intends to take steps against the UK-based NetNames for their accusations. Initially, taking legal action against NetNames for defamation was difficult, as UK law requires the complaining party to show economic damage. However, after the PayPal ban this shouldn’t be hard to do. Gaylard is traveling through Europe at the moment and he notes that possible repercussions against the damaging report are high on the agenda. “Yes, I am here to see Mega’s London-based legal counsel to discuss the next steps in progressing the NetNames’ response,†Gaylard informs TF. Mega’s CEO couldn’t release any details on a possible defamation lawsuit, but he stressed that his company will fiercely defend itself against smear campaigns. “Mega has been operating, and continues to operate a completely legitimate and transparent business. Unfortunately now, with the blatant, obvious, political pressure and industry lobbying against Mega, Mega needs to defend itself and will now cease taking a passive stance,†Gaylard says. According to the CEO Mega is running a perfectly legal business. The allegation that it’s a piracy haven is completely fabricated. Like any other storage provider, there is copyrighted content on Mega’s servers, but that’s a tiny fraction of the total stored. To illustrate this, Gaylard mentions that they only receive a few hundred takedown notices per month. In addition, he notes more than 99.7% of the 18 million files that are uploaded per day are smaller than 20MB in size, not enough to share a movie or TV-show. These statistics are certainly not the hallmark of a service with “no legitimate purpose or activity,†as was claimed. While the PayPal ban is a major setback, Mega is still doing well in terms of growth. They have 15 million registered customers across 200 countries, and hundreds of thousands of new users join every month. https://torrentfreak.com/mega-ponders-legal-action-in-response-to-damaging-paypal-ban-150312/
  9. After coming under intense pressure PayPal has closed the account of cloud-storage service Mega. According to the company, SOPA proponent Senator Patrick Leahy personally pressured Visa and Mastercard who in turn called on PayPal to terminate the account. Bizarrely, Mega's encryption is being cited as a key problem. During September 2014, the Digital Citizens Alliance and Netnames teamed up to publish a brand newreport. Titled ‘Behind The Cyberlocker Door: A Report How Shadowy Cyberlockers Use Credit Card Companies to Make Millions,’ it offered insight into the finances of some of the world’s most popular cyberlocker sites. The report had its issues, however. While many of the sites covered might at best be considered dubious, the inclusion of Mega.co.nz – the most scrutinized file-hosting startup in history – was a real head scratcher. Mega conforms with all relevant laws and responds quickly whenever content owners need something removed. By any standard the company lives up to the requirements of the DMCA. “We consider the report grossly untrue and highly defamatory of Mega,†Mega CEO Graham Gaylard told TF at the time. But now, just five months on, Mega’s inclusion in the report has come back to bite the company in a big way. Speaking via email with TorrentFreak this morning, Gaylard highlighted the company’s latest battle, one which has seen the company become unable to process payments from customers. It’s all connected with the NetNames report and has even seen the direct involvement of a U.S. politician. According to Mega, following the publication of the report last September, SOPA and PIPA proponent Senator Patrick Leahy (Vermont, Chair Senate Judiciary Committee) put Visa and MasterCard under pressure to stop providing payment services to the ‘rogue’ companies listed in the NetNames report. Following Leahy’s intervention, Visa and MasterCard then pressured PayPal to cease providing payment processing services to MEGA. As a result, Mega is no longer able to process payments. “It is very disappointing to say the least. PayPal has been under huge pressure,†Gaylard told TF. The company did not go without a fight, however. “MEGA provided extensive statistics and other evidence showing that MEGA’s business is legitimate and legally compliant. After discussions that appeared to satisfy PayPal’s queries, MEGA authorised PayPal to share that material with Visa and MasterCard. Eventually PayPal made a non-negotiable decision to immediately terminate services to MEGA,†the company explains. What makes the situation more unusual is that PayPal reportedly apologized to Mega for its withdrawal while acknowledging that company’s business is indeed legitimate. However, PayPal also advised that Mega’s unique selling point – it’s end-to-end-encryption – was a key concern for the processor. “MEGA has demonstrated that it is as compliant with its legal obligations as USA cloud storage services operated by Google, Microsoft, Apple, Dropbox, Box, Spideroak etc, but PayPal has advised that MEGA’s ‘unique encryption model’ presents an insurmountable difficulty,†Mega explains. As of now, Mega is unable to process payments but is working on finding a replacement. In the meantime the company is waiving all storage limits and will not suspend any accounts for non-payment. All accounts have had their subscriptions extended by two months, free of charge. Mega indicates that it will ride out the storm and will not bow to pressure nor compromise the privacy of its users. “MEGA supplies cloud storage services to more than 15 million registered customers in more than 200 countries. MEGA will not compromise its end-to-end user controlled encryption model and is proud to not be part of the USA business network that discriminates against legitimate international businesses,†the company concludes. http://torrentfreak.com/under-u-s-pressure-paypal-nukes-mega-for-encrypting-files-150227/
  10. I need someone to send 12 USD over bitcoin and I can pay this amount over paypal. Thanks, Wolfie
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  12. I have $3.96 left on my payza account, want to trade for $2 with paypal money. Will send you the money first, if you are a trusted member here. Please send me a PM, or just reply if you are interested. cheers.
  13. i want 10€ neteller and i have paypal
  14. Hi [Have] Neteller [Want] Paypal and Webmoney contact with me : skepe : BruceWiilliis Google talk : BruceWiillliis@gmail.com Thank you
  15. Like title says i have 15€ on paypal to trade for 15€ on any of those: Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard, Ukash.
  16. i'm looking for neteller funds i have pp - skrill & Webmoney contact me if interested
  17. Hi I want 50 euro WebMoney I will send you full 50 euro PayPal gift , don't worry If you interested tell me here or add me Google talk : BruceWiillliis@gmail.com skepe : BruceWiilliis Thank you
  18. Hello all, Like the topic says I have Paypal money and need Skrill or Bitcoins. I'll need it several times during next few months, so if someone is interested, let me know. Please, only trustworthy users, with good reputation. Thanks
  19. Hey Guys ,, As The Title Said .. Want To Convet Some PayPal Funds Into Bitcoins . If You Have , Let Me Know ... Regards, DSTT
  20. Hello I will give you 7 $ free + full 100 Euro Paypal gift for i want 100 euro WebMoney Bruce Willis ,,, closed
  21. Hi I want 100 euro WebMoney I have 100 euro PayPal gift If you interested tell me here or add me Google talk : BruceWiillliis@gmail.com skepe : BruceWiilliis Thank you
  22. i have paypal funds and i want to exchange it for nettler funds pm me if interested
  23. hi All . I have Some Cash On My SKRILL Acc , Want To Exchange Wtih Other on PayPal . PM Me If You Wanna Make A Deal . Regards, DSTT
  24. Hello members Please i want 40 euro quickly for paypal or if you want any tracker or site for WebMoney tell me 45 Euro paypal for 40 Euro WebMoney Thank you closed
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