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  Post #55 (permalink)   05-23-2017, 02:56 AM
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Originally Posted by krakenservers View Post
Yes as long as you submit proof of service given then you mostly always win.
The only way you would win with evidence is if the IP used to connect to your services is the same one Paypal logs when they contact them.

Saying that they have used your service is no evidence it is the true paypal account holder.

Lets say someone uses a stolen credit card to sign up for your services through a hacked Paypal account.

They may use your service for 2 months before the card user notices, so they set a chargeback.
all you can prove is the scammer has used your account for 2 months, you cant prove the true card holder has used your services
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