Why should I have to complete an Authorization form if I pay via Pay Pal?

We totally understand why you are not excited about doing this. The reason is this, if you instigate a dispute against us via PayPal, they will ask for proof that we were dealing with the authorized PayPal account holder.

Yes, we agree, it’s a strange thing for them to demand, but they do. So, having a short form with your signature on it is proof that PayPal accept.

Because the product (leads) and the service (phone calling) is what PayPal consider a “virtual product” we cannot provide any proof of delivery such as a signed delivery notice from a freight carrier.

That’s a big problem for websites who provide virtual services such as leads, downloadable books, online courses etc. The only proof we can offer is your signature on a form.

It would truly amaze you how many PayPal accounts are hacked and used to buy products/service like ours. PayPal will not let us keep the money in these cases so we lose the leads, the labor to make the calls and the entire sales income. So, this form we are asking you to complete protects YOU as well as us

I can personally assure you the request is not so we can steal your ID. I’m a business owner, not a thief and do not want to go to jail.

We do insist on this form being completed, it’s not negotiable and we did make you aware of it, before you placed your order. In fact, we asked you not to order if you were not going to agree to help us out.

About the Author Don Reid

Don Reid, an experienced MLM builder and Entrepreneur, he founded Apache Leads in 2003. Born in Australia, Don currently lives in Cambodia, when he is not traveling on his many adventures around the world

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