Originally Posted by neq3host
Well so long they doesn't request on your site but it does on paypal it self then I will pay the user the full amount back. Only by abuse I am put their money back guarantee off and set it as invaild.
If a user abuses your services on purpose then they will not bother making a chargeback, they will just move onto the next host. the only think to look out for is if they used a stolen card or stole paypal account and they you will get a chargeback from original car holder. then paypal will take the money out of you account
To user vladimir, you will get some users who will not submit cancellation requests or inform you they are leaving, the first you will know is when their account is terminated as they have not paid the next invoice. If this happens i will check whois records to see what nameservers the domain points too and if they point elsewhere i see when the whois record was changed. I will always leave unpaid invoice open and active as if this user tries to sign up with you again then you can stop them until the outstanding invoice is paid