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30 Aug 2015   #31
ignatzatsonic

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Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, 64-bit
 
 

What more can be said?

You are the one in Yemen. We aren't.

You know what can happen when shipping to Yemen. We know what you've told us and are grateful we don't live in Yemen.

If you need to know the details of how Paypal, Ebay, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Bank A, Bank B, or anyone else deals with purchases made by those in Yemen, you ought to contact them and ask for those details.

I wouldn't expect members of a computer forum to be authorities on the nuances of dealing with Yemen. I've read tens of thousands of posts on this forum and you are the only poster from Yemen that I can recall.

Good luck.
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30 Aug 2015   #32
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
Well, as the rule states, some sellers will only ship to the confirmed Paypal address on file. It's part of eBay's seller protection rules.

As far as not getting your goods- Paypal generally requires PROOF OF DELIVERY for packages. A tracking number isn't enough. Packages above a $250 value also must be sent in a manner that the recipient must sign for for sellers to receive protection. That may mean something like registered mail, which can be a slow delivery method. A recent purchase from Hungary took 5 days to leave Hungary, another 7 days to show up in the US and another 8 days to reach me. If a buyer files a claim against a package that hasn't arrived, the seller must provide tracking info that shows actual delivery, otherwise the buyer is refunded in full.

Thanks a lot,
No, it isn't not necessary that addresses are confirmed by buyers as said in the quote below.

Besides, my card which I am going to purchase with is NOT a credit card NOR a debit card. So,
How I Can Confirm an Address to my Paypal account with adding my Mastercard to my Paypal account as said in the bottom of quote below? I only get 'Request Statement' via my email address. Also, there is no MasterCard billing address (i.e., the address where I receive my MasterCard statement) in the requested statement.

Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
My bank debit card is a Mastercard- both Visa and MC issue debit cards.
My MasterCard is not a bank debit card since it isn't linked to my current bank account, or otherwise I can use it at all ATM machines even at least within Yemen. Also, there is a note 'This is not a credit card' on the cover of my MasterCard. So, it means that it is not a credit card. This is strange.

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30 Aug 2015   #33
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
What more can be said?

You are the one in Yemen. We aren't.

You know what can happen when shipping to Yemen. We know what you've told us and are grateful we don't live in Yemen.

If you need to know the details of how Paypal, Ebay, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Bank A, Bank B, or anyone else deals with purchases made by those in Yemen, you ought to contact them and ask for those details.

I wouldn't expect members of a computer forum to be authorities on the nuances of dealing with Yemen. I've read tens of thousands of posts on this forum and you are the only poster from Yemen that I can recall.

Good luck.
Thanks a lot for your opinion.
I agree with you are grateful you don't live in Yemen. This is why I have been thinking of a way or at least a payment method which ensures me that my items would be delivered to my specified shipping address which is the same as my credit card billing address. In Yemen, items to be shipped usually get stuck/ more likely lost or stolen before delivering to a buyer's specified shipping address. Yemeni Customs employees don't even call a buyer's to notify him/her that his/her items are stuck for some reasons if they are. So, if there a way guaranteeing me that if my items wouldn't be delivered to me, then I would definitely be refunded regardless of where my items are stuck/lost/ or even stolen at the Yemeni Customs.

I have been thinking of using my friend's address in Saudi Arabia as my shipping address while I will be using my MasterCard address as my Mastercard billing address issued in Yemen. But, I am stumped by what Paypal said below:
Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.
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31 Aug 2015   #34
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Could anyone please address these points below to finish this matter pending?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
Well, as the rule states, some sellers will only ship to the confirmed Paypal address on file. It's part of eBay's seller protection rules.

As far as not getting your goods- Paypal generally requires PROOF OF DELIVERY for packages. A tracking number isn't enough. Packages above a $250 value also must be sent in a manner that the recipient must sign for for sellers to receive protection. That may mean something like registered mail, which can be a slow delivery method. A recent purchase from Hungary took 5 days to leave Hungary, another 7 days to show up in the US and another 8 days to reach me. If a buyer files a claim against a package that hasn't arrived, the seller must provide tracking info that shows actual delivery, otherwise the buyer is refunded in full.



1- No, it isn't not necessary that addresses are confirmed by buyers as said in the quote below.

2- Besides, my card which I am going to purchase with is NOT a credit card(there is 'this is not a credit card' typed on it) NOR a debit card(it is not linked to any current account of mine, I cannot use it to get money from any cash dispenser). So, How I Can Confirm an Address to my Paypal account with adding my Mastercard to my Paypal account as said in the bottom of quote below? I only get 'Request Statement' via my email address. Also, there is no MasterCard billing address (i.e., the address where I receive my MasterCard statement) in the requested statement.

Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.

3- In Yemen, the situations were fairly acceptable. However, we've now been experiencing high ordeals, in particular since the Saudi Arabia, and their alliances have been bombing Yemeni lands for about six months -- this is an intolerable act of aggression against my country. As a result, No thing can be shipped to Yemen right now in reliable way. So, the items to be shipped have been usually stuck/ more likely lost or stolen before delivering to a buyer's specified shipping address. However, at these months of aggression, no thing can be shipped to Yemen at all. Yemeni Customs employees have NOT even called a buyer's to notify him/her that his/her items are stuck for some reasons if they are. This is why I have been thinking of a way or at least a payment method which ensures me that my items would be delivered to my specified shipping address which is the same as my credit card billing address.[/U] So, if there a way guaranteeing me that if my items wouldn't be delivered to me, then I would definitely be refunded regardless of where my items are stuck/lost/ or even stolen at the Yemeni Customs.

I have been thinking of using my friend's address in Saudi Arabia as my shipping address while I will be using my MasterCard address as my Mastercard billing address issued in Yemen. But, I am stumped by what Paypal said below:
Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
My bank debit card is a Mastercard- both Visa and MC issue debit cards.
Do you mean that your Mastercard is a cash card(ATM card) with which you can get money from a cash dispenser?
My MasterCard is not a bank debit card(cash card/ATM card) since it isn't linked to my current bank account, or otherwise I can use it at all ATM machines even at least within Yemen to get money. Also, there is a note 'This is not a credit card' on the cover of my MasterCard. So, it means that it is not a credit card. This is strange.

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31 Aug 2015   #35
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThrashZone View Post
Yes a credit card is the least of the 2 evils at least when not if there is a breach in security the maybe out credit money not real money like with a debit card or check routing numbers...

Personally after reading the terms... I would probably get a pre paid card like a walmart card where it's really connected to nothing sort of like a gift card but how much cash you keep putting into it but I don't know if it will work because nobodies name is really connected to it :/

Yes, after reading and googling in the internet for Credit cards, debit cards, and Prepaid Internet cards(in my bank is being called 'Mastercard), I found that that the card(Mastercard) I have now is a prepaid internet card, which is linked to nothing. But, I think I will be faced with another problem, which how to confirm my address to a seller with using my Mastercard which is not linked to any bank account number at all. This is why I have been looking for creating Paypal payment since I have been expecting that confirming the address by adding a card to my Paypal account would be give me reliable way to deliver my items to me. Or otherwise, I would be refunded.

This is it.
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01 Sep 2015   #36
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Why have no one replied to my final posts to finish this pending matter?
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03 Sep 2015   #37
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Could anyone please address these points below to finish this matter pending?

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
Well, as the rule states, some sellers will only ship to the confirmed Paypal address on file. It's part of eBay's seller protection rules.

As far as not getting your goods- Paypal generally requires PROOF OF DELIVERY for packages. A tracking number isn't enough. Packages above a $250 value also must be sent in a manner that the recipient must sign for for sellers to receive protection. That may mean something like registered mail, which can be a slow delivery method. A recent purchase from Hungary took 5 days to leave Hungary, another 7 days to show up in the US and another 8 days to reach me. If a buyer files a claim against a package that hasn't arrived, the seller must provide tracking info that shows actual delivery, otherwise the buyer is refunded in full.



1- No, it isn't not necessary that addresses are confirmed by buyers as said in the quote below.

2- Besides, my card which I am going to purchase with is NOT a credit card(there is 'this is not a credit card' typed on it) NOR a debit card(it is not linked to any current account of mine, I cannot use it to get money from any cash dispenser). So, How I Can Confirm an Address to my Paypal account with adding my Mastercard to my Paypal account as said in the bottom of quote below? I only get 'Request Statement' via my email address. Also, there is no MasterCard billing address (i.e., the address where I receive my MasterCard statement) in the requested statement.

Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
You are the one in Yemen. We aren't.
You know what can happen when shipping to Yemen. We know what you've told us and are grateful we don't live in Yemen.
3- In Yemen, the situations were fairly acceptable. However, we've now been experiencing high ordeals, in particular since the Saudi Arabia, and their alliances have been bombing Yemeni lands for about six months -- this is an intolerable act of aggression against my country. As a result, No thing can be shipped to Yemen right now in reliable way. So, the items to be shipped have been usually stuck/ more likely lost or stolen before delivering to a buyer's specified shipping address. However, at these months of aggression, no thing can be shipped to Yemen at all. Yemeni Customs employees have NOT even called a buyer's to notify him/her that his/her items are stuck for some reasons if they are. This is why I have been thinking of a way or at least a payment method which ensures me that my items would be delivered to my specified shipping address which is the same as my credit card billing address.[/U] So, if there a way guaranteeing me that if my items wouldn't be delivered to me, then I would definitely be refunded regardless of where my items are stuck/lost/ or even stolen at the Yemeni Customs.

I have been thinking of using my friend's address in Saudi Arabia as my shipping address while I will be using my MasterCard address as my Mastercard billing address issued in Yemen. But, I am stumped by what Paypal said below:
Quote:
Shipping to a Buyer’s Confirmed Address


An address is confirmed if the buyer’s credit card billing address matches his or her shipping address. In some instances, PayPal can also confirm an address by examining the buyer’s PayPal account history.

The Purpose of a Confirmed Address
Although the vast majority of unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent, PayPal offers confirmed addresses as an additional layer of fraud protection. Confirmed addresses help guard against stolen credit cards and identity theft and decrease your chances of receiving a chargeback. However, it is important to note that you can still receive a chargeback for reasons unrelated to fraud.

Shipping to an Unconfirmed Address
Most unconfirmed addresses are not fraudulent and sellers don’t usually experience problems shipping to them. When you do ship to an unconfirmed address, PayPal encourages you to be alert to your buyer and minimize risk by following our Protection Tips for Sellers.

How a Buyer Can Confirm an Address
Inform your buyer on how to confirm his or her address, by communicating the following options:
Add a credit card to your PayPal account. PayPal will confirm the credit card billing address (i.e., the address where you receive your credit card statement).
Apply for PayPal Smart Connect. If you’re approved, the address on your application will be a Confirmed Address.
Alternate address confirmation. This process takes several days and is only available for U.S. accounts. To learn more, log in to your PayPal account and visit the Alternate Address Confirmation page.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Diosoth View Post
My bank debit card is a Mastercard- both Visa and MC issue debit cards.
Do you mean that your Mastercard is a cash card(ATM card) with which you can get money from a cash dispenser?
My MasterCard is not a bank debit card(cash card/ATM card) since it isn't linked to my current bank account, or otherwise I can use it at all ATM machines even at least within Yemen to get money. Also, there is a note 'This is not a credit card' on the cover of my MasterCard. So, it means that it is not a credit card. This is strange.

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31 Oct 2015   #38
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ignatzatsonic View Post
What more can be said?

You are the one in Yemen. We aren't.

You know what can happen when shipping to Yemen. We know what you've told us and are grateful we don't live in Yemen.

If you need to know the details of how Paypal, Ebay, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Bank A, Bank B, or anyone else deals with purchases made by those in Yemen, you ought to contact them and ask for those details.

I wouldn't expect members of a computer forum to be authorities on the nuances of dealing with Yemen. I've read tens of thousands of posts on this forum and you are the only poster from Yemen that I can recall.

Good luck.
If I want to purchase from Amazon.com, eBay.com, or any other online sellers while in Yemen, I need to pay for international shipping fees. However, I found a service called Global Wasel service, which is only available in the Saudi Arabia. That service will save the international shipping fees. So it is a money-saving idea.
Global Wasel service facilitates the shopping process of global stores requiring a postal address in certain countries, and that can be by connecting a companion address in America and Britain, dedicated to you in the state you want to buy from, by your national address in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and then delivering that consignment to you via service «continued ». This service enables you to take shipment to you via Wasel service . This service enables you to utilize from the outstanding price to the value of shipping from these countries to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

As a result, as long as this global Wasle service is only available in Saudi Arabia, I have asked a friend of mine residing in Saudi Arabia to give me his Wasel service address for both the US, and the UK.
The mechanism of service is as follows:
1- I would like to type in my Wasle address as my shipping address in shipping address form while purchasing from online sellers while in Yemen.
2- Once I completed the purchase, the items will be shipped to my friend's Wasel address I have typed in the shipping address.
3- When my purchases are delivered to global Wasel address, the Saudi Postal re-send them to my friend's national address in Saudi Arabia which is connected to his global Wasel address.
4- In the end, my friend will ship them to me manually.

Note: The shipping fee that is paid during the purchase process includes delivery to that address entered in that State, and it does not cover the cost to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

How to pay for the delivery cost to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia:
1- Upon arrival your purchases to your companion address in America and Britain, a shipping bill will be issued according to goods weight.
2- You'll be notified through SMS on your mobile phone or on your e-mail to notify the arrival of shipment to Saudi Arabia your purchases.
3- You'll be required to make the payment for shipment by using the method of payment through «pay off» system with local banks.

At the US:
i-Parcel
262 Quigley Blvd
SP# 629265616
New Castle, DE 19720-9004
Tel: 302-414-8204

How to write the address using shipping address form at Amazon .
__________________
Full Name: I-Parcel (SP# 629265616)
Address Line 1: 262 Quigley Blvdbr
Address Line 2:
City: New Castle
State/Provience/County: Delaware (DE)
Zip Code: 19720 - 9004
Country: United States
Tell: 302-414-8204
___________________

At the UK:
I-PARCEL LTD
Unit 1B – Albany Park Ind Est
SP# 629265616
Frimley Road, Camberley
Surrey, GU16 7QQ
United Kingdom
Tel: 01276 682 042

How to write the address using shipping address form at Amazon .
______________________
Full Name: I-PARCEL LTD (SP# 629265616)
Address Line 1: Unit 1/Albany Pk
Address Line 2: Frimley Road
City: Camberley
State/Provience/County: Surrey
Zip Code: GU16 7QQ
Country: United Kingdom
Tel: 01276 682 042
__________________
My questions are:
1- do you think that my item will be delivered in a reliable way?
2- as long as the service only give address in the UK, and in the US, do you think all online sellers will ship to these two addresses.
3- do you think I can utilize the advantages of the outstanding price to the value of shipping from these countries to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
4-I only know that sellers at Amazon, eBay, Newegg, and HKTDC can ship to the US, an UK. However, not all the online sellers in all market websites can ship to the UK, and US(i.e. some online sellers only ship to countries other than the UK, and US)
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31 Oct 2015   #39
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

Just by memory and reading a little here and there your problem could be that many sellers will not ship to 3rd party address when credit cards are used.

They are trying to make sure the user of the credit card is the owner of the credit card and the delivery address is the owner of the credit card address.

I also heard this message on the radio last Sunday.

My understanding for this is because their are way to many stolen credit cards being use.

Example:

Seller (A) receives payment with a stolen credit card and ships the merchandise through a bunch of 2nd and 3rd party shippers to Jumbo Mombo land.

The true owner of the credit card lives in New York and has their bank stop payment.

The seller (A) now not only doesn't get paid they also can't track their merchandise to retrieve the merchandise from the scum bag thief.
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01 Nov 2015   #40
Hadramawt

Windows 7 Home Premium 64Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Layback Bear View Post
Just by memory and reading a little here and there your problem could be that many sellers will not ship to 3rd party address when credit cards are used.

They are trying to make sure the user of the credit card is the owner of the credit card and the delivery address is the owner of the credit card address.

I also heard this message on the radio last Sunday.

My understanding for this is because their are way to many stolen credit cards being use.

Example:

Seller (A) receives payment with a stolen credit card and ships the merchandise through a bunch of 2nd and 3rd party shippers to Jumbo Mombo land.

The true owner of the credit card lives in New York and has their bank stop payment.

The seller (A) now not only doesn't get paid they also can't track their merchandise to retrieve the merchandise from the scum bag thief.

Thank you so much indeed Layback Bear,
I agree with you to a certain degree, however, there are some other points I disagree with:

1- even if a credit card was stolen, then how would a thief have used it(how to authenticate the validity of the user) as long as he didn't have CVV(this is a 3-digit code that may be required by some internet sites to authenticate the validity of the user), card's Expiry Date, and the cardholder name.

I only had experience using WebSurfer MasterCard card, which is a Prepaid Internet Card. To pay with it, I must have :CVV, card's Expiry Date, and the cardholder name. When I purchased my WebSurfer MasterCard, my account number, CVV, card's Expiry Date, and Password to log into my account were sent via my email. This information is not typed on the cover of my WebSurfer MasterCard card. Only MasterCard number is typed on the cover of my MasterCard.

So, if a thief had stolen my WebSurfer MasterCard card, then he would never have been able to pay with it.

2- at eBay community, when I asked them can my shipping address be different from my billing address, some members told me 'Yes. One can have several whipping addresses, I do, you just have to make sure the correct one is chosen is checkout.'

3- I would have had to use a 3rd party shipping address since nothing can be shipped to Yemen right now in reliable way. Even in the fine conditions in Yemen, the items shipped to Yemen usually get stolen or lost before delivering to a buyer.
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