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    MrsPitcher2b
    JPMC RE PAYPAL INT direct debit appeared??
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    • 27th Nov 08, 1:27 PM
    JPMC RE PAYPAL INT direct debit appeared?? 27th Nov 08 at 1:27 PM
    Hello all

    I have just checked my account and a direct debit has appeared for 'JPMC RE PAYPAL INT' As i am clearing my debts i havent bought anythign for months, especially through paypal. When i google it, it appears to be a scam but all the sites i cannot access (because our IT manager has blocked anything considered 'fun' :| - suppried he hasnt taken MSE off yet...)

    Just wondered if anyone else has had a similar problem??
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    • soolin
    • By soolin 27th Nov 08, 1:44 PM
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    soolin
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    • 27th Nov 08, 1:44 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 1:44 PM
    Doing a google search this appears to be a scam, so I would remove the DD from your bank account immediately and change all your bank log in details and paypal passwords imemdiately.
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    • Kingsd316
    • By Kingsd316 27th Nov 08, 2:39 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 2:39 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 2:39 PM
    i dont think this is a scam, i also have 'JPMC RE PAYPAL INT', have you ever sold anything on ebay, i think it is set up when you agree to your sellers fees being paid over monthly via DD,

    Edit, ive just check when mine was set up and it coinsides with when i first started trading on ebay
  • schmickleicklepickle
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    • 27th Nov 08, 3:09 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 3:09 PM
    I'm pretty certain this is for payment of ebay fees when you sell - I have the same in my bank details
    • soolin
    • By soolin 27th Nov 08, 5:15 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:15 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:15 PM
    Apologies if it isn't a scam. It was just that all the first entries I turned up on a google search suggested it was.
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    • OnceUponADream
    • By OnceUponADream 27th Nov 08, 5:24 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:24 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:24 PM
    I have just checked my DD's and my Paypal DD is listed as 'Paypal Payment' only.
    HTH
    • OnceUponADream
    • By OnceUponADream 27th Nov 08, 5:25 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:25 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:25 PM
    sorry duplicate entry
  • MrsPitcher2b
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:44 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:44 PM
    I have sold things on ebay before, but one this is a new bank account that isnt linked to my paypal account, and two my ebay fees are paid by an automatic credit card payment.

    I have cancelled the DD anyway, because as soolin said the results i found showed it to be a scam - if its not im sure i'll get a reminder!!

    Thanks guys x
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  • Baby_J
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:53 PM
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    • 27th Nov 08, 5:53 PM
    JPMC stands for JP Morgan Chase which is a bank in the US.
  • putneyboy
    I just got this one bizarrely on my bank statement after buying tyres from blackcircles.com and paying for it via paypal. Strange that a one off payment should show as a direct debit, any way have cancelled it quick as I don't want to be billed again.
  • redtbs
    I got this following using Paypal to pay on the just giving website.
  • redtbs
    I deleted mine and then all of the payments that I had recently made via paypal were reversed and the sellers on ebay didn't send me my goods. I was able to resolve my negative balance on paypal by calling them and then set up the direct debit again from the paypal website but it has taken ages.
  • forrozza
    JPMC RE PAYPAL INTL LTD in Direct Debits
    I just noticed this in my direct debits, as I have just switched banks. I googled it, and it led me here. This isn't anything to worry about, as I rang Paypay, and they could see the transaction, and that it was linked to a recent purchase, I made a week earlier.
    Anyway, if it was a scam, as its a Direct Debit payment from your bank, they would be responsible for refunding/sorting it out if it was dodgy.... in short? Nothing to worry about.
  • completeranker
    I recently came across this too on my bank statement. The amount was for £40 and it had already been taken out. I contacted Paypal and they did get back to me and said that there was no such transaction in my Paypal account and advised me to contact my bank. I did stop the direct debit as I have made no purchase for that amount anywhere online.

    Also to let you know that when I send emails I always have something like this at the end of each email:

    "A copy of this email has been kept and a screenshot of this enquiry message on your suport page has also been taken for future reference."

    The reason why I write this and actually do what it says in the message aswell is because it assures the guys receiving my enquiry, that I have kept a complete record of every message sent, including screenshots too. In this way if they do not reply I can atleast show them my side of things.

    Anyway I will be contacting my bank and I'll keep you updated on exactly what this is ...... hopefully.
    Last edited by completeranker; 21-05-2012 at 12:47 PM. Reason: spelling mistakes
  • melbell
    Doing a google search this appears to be a scam, so I would remove the DD from your bank account immediately and change all your bank log in details and paypal passwords imemdiately.
    Originally posted by soolin
    |Not quite the "expert" then?
    • soolin
    • By soolin 2nd Jun 12, 8:54 PM
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    soolin
    |Not quite the "expert" then?
    Originally posted by melbell
    Aw bless, it took you 4 years to catch me out..shame you missed my apology on that same day 4 years ago.
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  • Mark G
    Not a scam
    This is legitimte.

    If you set up bank funding on your paypal account they take or pay in 2 very small amounts to verify your bank account you then input theses amounts into the relevant page on your paypal account. Then when you buy anything from any website offering paypal, the payment will come direct from your bank. It's called Direct Bank Funding. It is used if you have a zero balance on your paypal account. You can also setup a credit/debit card in a similar way.
    So its not a scam.

    If you have any queries just log onto your PP acount and check your transaction history against any payment you see on your bank statement.

    Hope this helps.
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    • RFW
    • By RFW 5th Jul 12, 6:11 PM
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    RFW

    Hope this helps.
    Originally posted by Mark G
    4 years later, are you an economist?
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  • Mark G
    lol
    I have just noticed it on my online banking, so like other people did a google search and came up with loads of people saying 'scam', then I thought of actually cross referencing everything with my Bank and Paypal, and everything is as it should be.

    Considering MSE came up in the top 10 I thought I would elaborate on here a bit more for future people doing a google search.
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  • Blodwynpig007
    JPMC paypal is because you set out a Spotifiy Account like me thought this to be a one of payment £4.99, but they take from your account every month 59.88 a year
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