REALLY DAMN IMPORTANT FOR ARTISTS TO READ!
Previously: Paypal and Commissions!
The last thing I wrote about receiving payments on Paypal was that both artists and commissioners HAD TO tell Paypal that their digital product had already "been shipped," since Paypal may want to track the "product" and if they can't track it they would assume that the artist was scamming the customer.
If they come to that assumption, they may fine the artist/seller for a LOT of money. I have read sums of up to 5000 USD. So unless you're willing to be in the risk zone, READ THIS THROUGH!
Well, now Paypal has fixed this thing and it's good in the worst way and terrible in new and exciting ways. I found this info on tumblr and I have reblogged it, but I found the instructions to be kinda hard to follow so I'm writing this to clarify it slightly. If only to myself so that I won't forget it.
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