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Hi everyone, I was about to set up a pay-pall account to withdraw payment from Envato more easily, but then decided to research pay-pal a bit.The negative thing i saw around the web was mostly complaints of limited accounts and frozen funds . From what i understand this happens mostly when you claim that you have a simple personal pay-pal account and when you use it for business the pay-pal staff may decide to check out why is there so much traffic on a personal account receiving funds. Simply put if you don’t have the right type of account then they will limit your account. The question is what type of account should i get – currently i see 3 options – Personal , Premier , Business. What type do you use and what type should i get so that everything runs smoothly. PS – i mainly work freelance so up until now i have used bank transfers, but they are a bit inconvenient -still there is a bit of traffic of me receiving payment so please keep that in mind when you recommend an account type. Also are there any other things that i should be aware of.

Thank you all in advance.

ps i am not sure if this is the right place to post this thread- seemed like the best one when i was looking around – sorry if it is the wrong one.

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