Saturday, November 6, 2010

How to Create a New Account.

“How to Avoid, Eliminate, & Resolve ANY Limited Paypal Account!”


Before you create a New Account, you will need the following to make it a
confirmed account:
1. New Email Address (Gmail Preferred)
2. Alias Name
3. Address
4. New Credit Card or Debit Card information.
5. New Bank Account Information.
6. New Phone Number.

Email Address:
Please refer to post about Emails.

Alias:
Example of Real name: Susan Eileen Boyle
Possible Alias’s:
Alias 1) Susanne Boyle
Alias 2) Susan Boyl
Alias 3) Suzanne Boyle
Alias 4) Suzanne Boyl
Alias 5) Suzan Boyle
Alias 6) Suzan Boyl
Alias 7) Eilen Boyle
Alias 8) Eilen Boyl
Alias 9) Eileen Boyle
Alias 10) Eileen Boyl

Address:
Use any basic address, PayPal will never send you anything, so this does not
really matter. But you should always remember to use the same Zip code as
the Zip on your credit or debit card. This is how PayPal "Confirms" the
address. Unless you opt to have them send you a confirmation in the mail.

Debit Card / Credit Card:
There are a number of different ways to go about getting a new debit card or
Credit card. With my bank, it's very easy to report my card lost or stolen. So when I go to the branch and report my card as lost or stolen they will issue me a temporary card. This card I can use for a new account. Then in about 5-7 days they will send me my new official card with my name on it, and I can use this card for another PayPal account. Don't forget, PayPal does not track the name on the card, they only want to make sure the Zip code matches the zip code to the address. You provide. So if you are going to be using the bank card, credit card trick, it will be important to have the same zip code.

Another way around this is by getting a pre-paid gift card, the best one and
most trusted is using a Simon Gift card (http://www.simon.com/giftcard/).

If you use a Simon card, you will be able to use any zip code, as the card is
not attached with an particular Zip code. Like most gift cards, you have to purchase a card that has a pre-set amount on it, plus some sort of activation
fee. With Simon, I believe the least is $25 plus a $5.95 activation fee. So
once you link the card to your PayPal account, you can just go spend it at
the grocery store or something.

There are other options and pre-paid gift cards. There are also "Virtual Credit Cards" or "VCC's" There are a lot of them out there, some VCC's may not work though, actually, most won't work. And some of the people who sell you these VCC's are shady. I have paid as little as $4 for a batch of VCC's but only a few of them worked, so you may save a little money but in the long run, it may cost you money if you have to keep buying this from untrusted sellers.

Bank Account:
What I do is pretty simple. My bank allows me to have multiple checking and savings accounts. So if I ever need a new account, I simply visit the location let them know I need a new account and 5 minutes later I have a new account. There are a ton of different banks out there, so push come to shove, if you bank won't let you open a new account, just open up another account at a different Bank.

It is illegal for PayPal to request information from the bank such as account
owner name and what not, so don't worry about PayPal finding out who you
are based on your bank account information. Just open the account up as usual, and go from there :-)

Phone Number:
It's very easy to get a new phone number for verification purposes that are
really cheap. What I've been doing very successfully of the past few years is
by purchasing a TracFone. This is a prepaid phone. Big Lots sells them for $8.88 and Wal-Mart sells them for $9.87. They come pre loaded with 30 minutes, so that's more than enough minutes to verify the phone number.

You can use this same number to register a new eBay seller account also if you want to. The phones expire in 60 days. So if you have a good running account, you won't have to every worry about having to link another phone to it. But in the rare possibility you have to link another phone, it will cost you less than $10.

Before reading the rest of this post, it’s going to be very important for you to fully understand how PayPal will track you. 

Once you have read that information, and understand it, you can start the account creation process. I'm going to do this in steps for you.

Initial Steps (These steps are designed to clean any trace that PayPal has left on your computer)
1) Change your IP Address (see how that's done in the Video) The way demonstrated changing IP address is by using a Wireless Router and Changing the Mac address to the router. If you are on a dial up service, you can simply log off, wait a little while then log back onto the service and your IP address will change.
2) If you're using a PC , create a New windows User (this method is preferred, please watch the Video) If you don't want to do this step, that is OKAY but please pay close attention to step 3.
3) IF you don't want to create a new windows user then clean cookies - clean basic cookies using CCleaner
(http://www.ccleaner.com/download)
- Clean flash cookies using the online flash cookies cleaner
(http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/s
ettings_manager07.html)
4) Check your IP. www.whatismyip.org
5) Record your IP and Mac address used for that IP in the excel spreadsheet
6) Double check your IP has changed and all your cookies (both standard and flash) have been cleared.

Account Creation Steps: Make sure you have everything in place First, refer to the checklist. These steps should be completed after, and only after you have done the previous steps and you have double and triple checked your IP has changed, and you cookies and flash cookies are gone.

Up to now, you should have everything you need to create the new account,
and you have "cleaned" you computer:
So now, it's safe for you to go to paypal.com and setup your new account, make sure you set it as a premier account.

The other important thing for you to do is record everything to the IPLOG spreadsheet. This way you can keep track of which Accounts Have been access from which IP address and Mac Address so you don't mess anything up.

Importance of Multiple Accounts.
What I suggest you do (based on years of dealing with PayPal) is to setup 5
Active accounts and 5 dormant accounts. The active accounts are accounts that you want to be fully verified and confirmed. So you will need 5 CC's, 5 Phone #'s, 5 Bank Account #'s. This way, if anything ever happens to one of the active accounts, you can plan accordingly and make any necessary changes to your checkout process, to eliminate any problems that may arise.

A Dormant account, is basically a "Basic - unconfirmed and verified" account. The reason why you want these is so if you ever need to use a new
account
, the account will have an activation date months prior, so it's not like it's a brand new account. Setup these accounts like normal, you want to make sure you follow the same procedures when setting up these accounts. All you will need is a Fresh Name, Address and Email address. The other info like Bank, CC, and Phone you can fill in at a later date.

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