Here’s How it Works Two minutes before a live call is scheduled to end a warning prompt will interrupt the call momentarily.
The phone operator/agent will then have the option of using ‘Extend-a-Call’ which allows the Customer to purchase additional time via the payment module by simply pressing ‘33’ on their keypad.
Example: The Customer presses ‘33’ on their keypad The call timer is paused.
The Agent is put on hold The Customer will hear a prompt asking them how many minutes they would like to add.
They want to use the real Pay Pal to pay for the merchandise, so it must be OK right? So how can they possibly defraud you and Pay Pal once the money is in your account?
Once the Customer enters the desired number of minutes the system auto-calculates the cost, creates a new transaction, then reconnects the call when the transaction is approved.
I have recently come across many people asking questions on other blogs and postings about using Pay Pal (the real one) for completing transactions through Craigslist. Here is a sample questions that I have come across (there have been many others along the same line but this sums it up nicely): I recently posted an item for sale on Craigslist and the buyer wants to use Pay Pal.
Pay Pal said research had shown that people in the UK owe billions of pounds through casual borrowing from friends, family or colleagues.
But people tended to give up on those debts, rather than pursuing them, according to the research.
2 – They send you an email from Pay Pal (again phony) saying that the money has been sent but you must click on the enclosed link to confirm the transaction.