Sand Bank|Check Your Account Balance | The Sand Shop
Welcome to the Sand Bank! Marina here once again to go over these amazing new features and how our currency works!
This is the place where you can trade in any sand dollars you happen to collect and add them to your account balance! Not only are Sand Dollars super pretty and fun to look at, but they're the main currency accepted here in Water-Dog-Love!
How Are Sand Dollars Obtained?
There are many ways that Sand Dollars can be obtained!
The easiest way to obtain Sand Dollars is by drawing waterdogs! Whether they are your own waterdogs or someone elses as an art trade o
Hey everyone, this is Sonya here. I wanted to write up a small-ish tutorial about Paypal. I've been seeing others receiving chargebacks and reading comments on people not getting Paypal all together. There are many journals and tutorials out there but I thought to throw this out for some useful tips. I've read this in journals others have put out and in all honesty, not all of this is researched stuff I am putting out. So, feel free to give me links or correct me. I'm putting out things I have experienced first hand or seen though others. Also, my own personal opinions about stuff. Please don't rudely comment saying thin
I've seen several people having a situation similar to -- "Person bought something from me (ie: adopt, posable doll, commission, ect.) and then filed a dispute for a refund after they got their commission/piece and Paypal nor I cannot do anything about it!"
While I don't know the full legal reasons Paypal has for not having seller's protection if I remember right it had something to do with legal issues and the fact that customers are more likely to be duped out of their money by sellers not giving them the product they pay for.
Legally if you pay for something in advance and it doesn't arrive, you're out your money and the product you've p
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