Last Updated on March 3, 2023
So in this article, you will teach see dirty tricks that will people use to trick PayPal into giving you money. Someone will convince you to lend them your PayPal, but their aim is to exploit this trick and get money from your PayPal.
Once you own PayPal accounts for several online transactions, you are convinced that your money can be doubled. Their aim is to infiltrate your account and make do with what they want. I will share their tricks and how they make you believe that you can trick PayPal into giving you money.
Disclaimer: This post is written just as I investigated. It isn’t teaching anyone, rather it is exposing how the prank happens.
Every system has loopholes, with PayPal not being an exception. The loophole in PayPal, as discovered allows users to double their money without limit, which means that even with just having a $50 balance in your account, you can make it $100, $200, and $400.
They tell you that this is how to trick PayPal into giving you money. Let’s discuss how it is possible;
What is a Chargeback in PayPal?
A chargeback is what we call a reversal in a bank accounting system. It happens when a buyer will ask a credit card company to reverse a transaction that has been cleared already.
It can happen when your credit card’s information is stolen and used fraudulently or when another person tries to use your information to defraud another person.
Last month while making a transaction with a Russian on Facebook, I noticed that he used this trick to scam me of my money.
He transferred $500 to me, and I sent him software that I use for my job. I got an alert of $500, and I was happy. When I woke up the next day to check my account balance, I saw that I couldn’t find my money again.
That was when I realized what the Russian guy has done.
After making the payment, he reported to PayPal that I was fraudulently collecting money from him, so they reversed the money to him. So using this method, you can now trick PayPal into giving you money with the method I will show you.
To double your money with PayPal endlessly, you will need to be careful so that you won’t get caught. Once they catch you, it is finished, so you need to be on alert.
How to Trick PayPal into Giving You Money
So I decided to speak to someone who has in-depth knowledge of this, and he made some shocking revelations. Every other thing you hear in this will be everything he explained to me.
But if you have a PayPal account, follow the steps below and look and learn how this trick works.
So these are the steps below;
Create Three PayPal Accounts
This is what allows you to beat PayPal security and double your money with PayPal. With this proof, you will need three separate PayPal account with one real and the other two verified by using a Virtual Bank Account (VBA) and Virtual Credit Card (VCC).
Send the money you want to double to your second account
This should be done through goods & services. You can either initiate a payment or send an invoice from your second account to your first account.
That way, there is no room for suspicion from PayPal, and you will be less likely to be caught.
Transfer that Money to your Third Account from the Second Account
This is where the step to trick PayPal into giving you money starts from. Since you will be making claims from the first account to the second, it is necessary not to leave any cash in the second account.
If you leave money in the second account, it will be withdrawn and sent back to the first account, which means you didn’t gain any money.
Make a Claim on your First Account
To trick PayPal into giving you money, then you must raise a claim or dispute. Typically, they go back to the second account and send the money back to you in most cases.
But in this case, the money is no longer there, so they will refund you and hope to get the money back from the second account.
You will receive a debit on your Second Account
Because PayPal can’t get the money from the second account, they will initiate a debit transaction on the account.
This means that the second account will have a balance of (- $500).
What this means is that you owe PayPal $500 with the second account. So they are waiting for money to enter the account so that they can take it back.
Make sure that it doesn’t get up to – $1,000. They may file charges against you and catch you.
Transfer from your Third Account to the First Account
So since PayPal has sent you back the initial money you wired to the second account to your first account, it is safe to return your initial cash to the first account.
The reason is that the second and third accounts aren’t real accounts, so you can’t initial transfer to your local bank.
So go ahead and send money back from the third account to the first account. This is how you tactically trick PayPal into giving you money for free.
The alternative trick they recommend is known as carding.
Regarding the PayPal carding method, you need a CC (credit card details) that does not belong to you. You also need a verified PayPal account so you can cash out the funds fast.
How they Card Your PayPal Account
In the lure for making you go for free PayPal money, they will have access to your PayPal funds.
Here’s how they do it.
Create PayPal Account
You need one PayPal account that is verified. Now, connect the CC to your PayPal account so that you can transact.
After connecting or linking the CC successfully, enter the amount of money to cash out. First, check the amount you can send via PayPal.
I understand that you would not know the account balance of the person, but it does not matter. Try to send $1,000. But if you suspect that the CC has a less balance, do not exceed $500.
Typically, if the balance isn’t enough, the transfer will fail. So, if the transfer fails, you may then try sending a smaller amount.
To cash out funds is the most challenging aspect. First, you need to create a bank drop. You can send the funds to a personal account, though, but it is not advisable due to chargeback problems.
Once the transfer is successful, endeavour to cash out from the bank drop or whatever bank account you use faster. Some carders even move the funds to their cryptocurrency wallets.
Some prefer to use the funds for betting and when the prediction clicks, they cash out. It is risky because the prediction may fail, but focusing on low odds increases positive outcomes.
Is PayPal carding illegal?
The honest answer is yes. PayPal carding is illegal, and you can be jailed when caught.
Will PayPal ban your account?
Yes. PayPal is stricter, especially after 2018. If PayPal suspects illegal activities in your account, you’ll be banned or limited.
Now you have an idea of the so-called trick of how to trick PayPal into giving you money, you shouldn’t go ahead with it because you will definitely get your account banned, and might be caught by law enforcement agents.