How to deal with companies who wants to reimburse via PayPal

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Tammy White Tammy White 10/16/2018 10:52
I have applied for several items over the last few months who have been problems. They approve me but no code is provided, they start harassing me to order the item at full cost. One even stated it was to get a Verified Purchase status with Amazon. I was blown away. I don't want to have my Amazon account ever in trouble. There is a company in promotions offering house shoes, (slippers-men and womens) right now and that is all they do. Offer to reimburse through PayPal. Here is a copy of one of their messages for example: Hello,do you want this shoes? Thank you for your prefer.Once you you ordered and received it,tell us your order number,and your review link.we will refund you all money with PP count.If you you can’t review,you can an feedback.We will pay you the.And thank you again.If you you have any problems ,welcome to contact us. Best way to handle these guys?
Paul Blum Paul Blum 10/16/2018 23:12
Hi, please ignore them. Promotions that have only Amazon as a task are not required promotions, and they will not affect your verification percentage. If sellers are rude or spammy, you can always report them and if several people report them, they will be suspended. I would suggest that you do not accept these offers, since they are not secure and they are agains Amazon TOS, but it is up to you.

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