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    Hi all,

    I am just wondering if its possible to withdraw money I have sent to a PayPal account?I have searched the Q and A in Paypals help centre and have not found a good answer to this.
    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Mooky.
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    Actually, I dont mean withdrawing from my PayPal account but withdrawing money from a recipients account ie.someone I sent money to and I now want that money back.Sorry - I should have been clearer.
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    there is no way to do that

    you can open up a 'dispute' with paypal...for example, say you paid for something and it either did not come or was not the quality you were led to believe it was

    but there is no way you can touch the account of another person..thankfully

    your other option is to ask them to give it back

    sorry
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    Hmmmm, I have no idea then.. lol





    Quote Originally Posted by pottersclay View Post
    Blue_ladybug is innocent, as we know in scripture " all people who like orange tabbies are innocent."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mooky View Post
    Actually, I dont mean withdrawing from my PayPal account but withdrawing money from a recipients account ie.someone I sent money to and I now want that money back.Sorry - I should have been clearer.
    If you want money back from a recipients account the recipient has to send it back from their account to yours. There's nothing really you can do from your account if the money has been transferred. You can contact the recipient for your money back.
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    I think it takes a few working days to be deposited in another account if it is transferred. So you can click the cancel button to stop the transfer
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    nope

    if the payment is completed you CANNOT cancel it

    cheese whiz...I use paypal and have used paypal many times

    honestly...why do people even contend plain and simple straightforward answers

    get in touch with paypal...they will set you straight

    CAN I CANCEL A PAYPAL PAYMENT ONCE COMPLETED
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    dispute and if that fails your money is gone.
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    my experience with paypal disputes is that they are very fair.

    if you were defrauded somehow, and can show that, they will act on your behalf. if you just changed your mind about something after the fact, though, then you should be talking to whoever you sent the money to about a refund.
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    Quote Originally Posted by posthuman View Post
    my experience with paypal disputes is that they are very fair.

    if you were defrauded somehow, and can show that, they will act on your behalf. if you just changed your mind about something after the fact, though, then you should be talking to whoever you sent the money to about a refund.
    I think they're a little "more fair" with the buyer than with the seller.

    But yeah, you should be able to do a dispute if the recipient won't return the money.
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