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Old 02-08-07, 08:58 AM
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Paypal $15 off $30, Only one rebate per account.

Got this from FW.


Use your PayPal account and spend at least $30.00 on a single purchase on an eligible website. Then $15.00 rebate will be deposited into your PayPal account by May 28, 2007.

You must enter your email address below:



https://paypal.promotionexpert.com/g...tml?route=misc





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Receive a $15.00 USD rebate by registering for this offer on https://paypal.promotionexpert.com/g...l?route=misc.s and using PayPal to make a purchase of at least $30.00 USD or $34.50 CAD. To qualify for this offer, purchases must meet the following requirements:


Registration. You must first register for this offer on https://paypal.promotionexpert.com/g...l?route=misc.s using your PayPal account's primary email address.


Single Purchase. Once registered, you must use your PayPal account to spend at least $30.00 USD or $34.50 CAD on a single purchase on an eligible website.


Eligible Website. You must make a purchase on www.eBay.com, www.eBay.ca or any United States or Canadian website that accepts PayPal. Purchases on www.eBay.com and www.eBay.ca must be made through the eBay checkout flow via the eBay website and must not be made through the PayPal Send Money tab.


Promotion Period. Purchases must be made between February 8, 2007 12:01 AM PST and March 31, 2007 11:59 PM PST.

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Old 02-08-07, 09:23 AM
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Thanks!
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Nice! TYVM!
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I know I'm overly paranoid, but is there any way to confirm that this is legit? I entered an email address that I know is totally bogus and that is not associated with an account, and it accepted it.
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Originally Posted by n.phelge
I know I'm overly paranoid, but is there any way to confirm that this is legit? I entered an email address that I know is totally bogus and that is not associated with an account, and it accepted it.
Hmm. Looks like some is building a SPAM database...
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Dammit, I used my real email address. Thanks!
Old 02-08-07, 10:19 AM
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I'm sure if you log in to your paypal account, something will pop up advertising it.
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I'll wait a bit and get some feedback on this first.
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If you put in a different email other than your main one, are you absolutely sure you'll get the rebate?
Old 02-08-07, 11:17 AM
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There is a link from paypals site to this deal, for those of you who are concerned. Click on the 100$ million promotion. (and then click on the shopping site button)
Old 02-08-07, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by starman9000
There is a link from paypals site to this deal, for those of you who are concerned. Click on the 100$ million promotion. (and then click on the shopping site button)
Was about to post the same thing. There's a big banner ad on the page.
Old 02-08-07, 12:32 PM
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Okay, so if I buy a $28 dollar on ebay and the shipping or insurance pushes it up to $31, does that qualify? Or does the single item have to be at least $30 BEFORE shipping and/or insurance?

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Old 02-08-07, 12:42 PM
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The following transactions are excluded from this offer: Send Money transactions, payments to Personal Accounts, eBay payments made to Personal Accounts, donations, PayPal Mobile transactions, payments for services, Virtual Debit Card payments, PayPal ATM/ Debit Card payments and PayPal Plus Credit Card payments not made through your PayPal account.

How am I supposed to know if the eBay seller I bought from has a personal account or business account?
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Originally Posted by Shap
The following transactions are excluded from this offer: Send Money transactions, payments to Personal Accounts, eBay payments made to Personal Accounts, donations, PayPal Mobile transactions, payments for services, Virtual Debit Card payments, PayPal ATM/ Debit Card payments and PayPal Plus Credit Card payments not made through your PayPal account.

How am I supposed to know if the eBay seller I bought from has a personal account or business account?
Supposedly, everyone who advertises on EBay as accepting PayPal has a non-personal account. (Personal accounts cannot accept credit card payments, and EBay says anyone listing that they accept PayPal MUST accept cc payment and cannot restrict to other funded PayPal payments.)
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OK. So there are no codes to enter, just spend $30 or more at an approved e-tailer and wait for the rebate, correct?
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lol hopefully google will feel the need to 'retaliate' with its own offer...
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Might get myself a new hard drive off Newegg with this.
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Originally Posted by misterchimpy
lol hopefully google will feel the need to 'retaliate' with its own offer...
I'd love to see another unlimited checkout deal from them.
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Thanks, went ahead and ordered Wii Play from CDUniverse. $51.94 before the rebate isn't terrible. $36.94 would be great since I couldn't get a Wii Remote for that price locally anyway.
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My hesitation on this stems from the fact that the rebate could take as long as the end of May to deposit...
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Originally Posted by misterchimpy
lol hopefully google will feel the need to 'retaliate' with its own offer...
Probably not.

When you think about it, the Google Offer (even at $5 less) is instantly applied so the customer is 100% satisfied and will proceed with their order.

On the other hand, the Paypal Offer has some uncertainty regarding transaction eligibility requirements and the possibility of working like a mail-in rebate (electronic).
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Originally Posted by starman9000
There is a link from paypals site to this deal, for those of you who are concerned. Click on the 100$ million promotion. (and then click on the shopping site button)
Im not seeing it .. maybe because the offer is limited to USA/Canada rather in internationals.
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Originally Posted by lordwow
My hesitation on this stems from the fact that the rebate could take as long as the end of May to deposit...
I was thinking the same thing. My suggestion ~ perhaps we can post initial success stories here on actually getting the rebate (and when you placed the order). Gives us an idea of how long we should expect this process to take.
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I got the last Paypal rebate ($20 off $50) about 1 month after I made the purchase.
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Considering I spent the required sum in the given timeframe at a registered merchant, and NEVER received the prior rebate, I'll never bother with another Paypal "rebate" promo again.

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