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I m not against gift payments through paypal as I prefer it myself, however, if you are going to gift money only do it if you know the person and again at the very least have all there details, full name address home telephone number. If there is a problem its unlikely that you will get your money back without having to get the police involved or taking a civil action against the other party. The same applies to a bank transfer, you need all the persons details you can get. I CAN T give out details unless its for the police because of the data protection act, so you need to obtain all the relevent information.
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If you do decide to gift money at the very least speak to the seller and obtain as many details as you can. If you haven t dealt with that person before I would still recommend that you don&rsquo t gift but pay as goods. The commission is 9%, at least you have piece of mind.
If the sellers telephone number is unobtainable or the person who picks the phone up doesn&rsquo t know what your talking about then you must start thinking the deal maybe dodgy.
A trader in Maharashtra's Yavatmal threw red chilli powder on protesters who tried to close down his shop on " Bharat Bandh " and tried to damage his property.