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Sir we talked about my check problem and now i regret that i accept my payment as a check. this time i change my payment as paypal can you tell me what am i going to do with this check sir, you said that i should send this back to them but how and how they will know. i dont have any experience about this so sir can you pls help. thank you! by the my paypal account wasnt verified yet and im waiting for my debit card from union bank. thanks for your help sir! CHARCOIS

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    Charris Suaybaguio Oct 24, 2008

    heres what miss lauren emailed me



    Hi Charcois,

    I'm sorry, but once we mail you a check we cannot change the payment back to PayPal. I hope that you can get a friend to cash your check or find some way of getting your money. Please immediately change your profile to indicate that you want to receive your payments through PayPal so that we don't send you any checks in the future. I'm really very sorry that we can't help you, but it's simply something our accounting system cannot handle. Let me know if you have any further questions.



    Lauren



    what am i going to do sir? thanks for the help



    CHARCOIS

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Hi,

Appreciate the direct "Ask Me". The best course of action is to email the CM and lay down your concern. She would have to discuss this with the person in charge in another country but basically, the check has to be returned to the sender which I believe is in CA.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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    Louie Role Oct 25, 2008

    I'm hoping to work it out with another Pinoy expert. Unfortunately, he is still in the US and will be back by Nov. 18 If he says it is a go, then you could ask him that as a favor. No promises yet since it is somebody else and he will still have to check it out with his bank.

    Other than that, still looking for other possibilities.

    Cheers.


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