BTW, It's called Paypal. Paypal offers protection. I'm sure everyone here has that. Usually the way it goes is you pay for the item, and then the other person sends the items. It's even easier for e-cards, then the transaction can happen almost instantly. My amazon.com cards are e-cards.
Also, you won't buy / shouldn't buy from "strangers" . And I know there are people on this forum who won't tarnish there reputations just for a $5.00 off a gift card, or $10.00 off a kindle.
Soooo.. With that said, I have a $55.00 worth of amazon.com e-cards for sale. Payment via paypal or check. E-cards sent instantly once payment has cleared. Reply with interest, and I'll send you my E-mail to make arrangments.
PAYPAL will not offer ANY seller protection for a non Ebay transaction, better think again. And even if you do sell an ecard on Ebay Paypal will not protect the seller if you email it, it has to be snail mailed mailed, and over $250 signature is required. Trust me I have won 100's of giftcards they have to be mailed, which you can do with a ecard. Over the last month I have had over $5000 worth of Ebay auctions canceled because of fruadulent buyers and I have talked extensivly with Paypal. I even shipped $2000+ in product to these crooks that Paypal ended up paying for.
Edited by realbidtowin, 07 March 2010 - 07:21 PM.