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  • Attention paypal experts

    does this statement mean that this transaction completed and i paid the site properly or the cash was taken then refunded, i find it a little confusing myself

    thanks for any help.

    payment and transfer is the same person


    MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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  • #2
    It says "payment" as opposed to "refund".
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    • #3
      Originally posted by chrispadfield
      It says "payment" as opposed to "refund".
      yaa i wondered that, just needed someone elses opinion and wanted to clarify it.

      thanks chris
      MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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      • #4
        yep. that means it's completed.

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        • #5
          Any time you use a funding source (e.g. Instant Transfer from your bank account, or a Credit Card) when sending money, it will show two transactions for each time you sent money (one is the withdrawing of money from your funding source and adding it into your PayPal balance, at which time it is sent right back out to whoever you're sending money to, and that's the second one, with the - sign in front of it).

          Now, if you use the Add Funds thing, and put money in so you have a balance in your PayPal account, then it will only show one transaction when you send money (assuming your balance is enough to cover the amount you send, otherwise it will again show two).

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          • #6
            Originally posted by tubedogg
            Any time you use a funding source (e.g. Instant Transfer from your bank account, or a Credit Card) when sending money, it will show two transactions for each time you sent money (one is the withdrawing of money from your funding source and adding it into your PayPal balance, at which time it is sent right back out to whoever you're sending money to, and that's the second one, with the - sign in front of it).
            i see that now, thanks , thats what confused me i dont use paypal that often.
            MCSE, MVP, CCIE
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            • #7
              Originally posted by tubedogg
              Any time you use a funding source (e.g. Instant Transfer from your bank account, or a Credit Card) when sending money, it will show two transactions for each time you sent money (one is the withdrawing of money from your funding source and adding it into your PayPal balance, at which time it is sent right back out to whoever you're sending money to, and that's the second one, with the - sign in front of it).

              Now, if you use the Add Funds thing, and put money in so you have a balance in your PayPal account, then it will only show one transaction when you send money (assuming your balance is enough to cover the amount you send, otherwise it will again show two).
              me only ever receives money via paypal and rarely sends... didn't know that
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              • #8
                Hi,

                The easy way to tell if a payment has completed to an account?

                1. The payment shows as complete
                2. The email address of the party is there
                3. The name of the party is there

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