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Welcome to the Online Storage Auctions Forum / Игровые авто
« Last post by Slotsevor on August 14, 2017, 08:39:34 AM »
Всем салют!
! интернет казино на реальные деньги

Представляем игровые аппараты вулкан РЅР° деньги играть
Я заработала там вокруг 90тысяч рублей после 20-25 мин. Советую просто приходить и посмотреть самим, это не выдумка!
Technically you're not supposed to have multiple PayPal accounts, but I have several. I switched to Stripe for my business credit card processing after my PayPal account got hacked and PayPal denied the claim. I filed a Better Business Bureau complaint against PayPal and then they retaliated by permanently cancelling my account. It must be nice to have so much business that you can afford to delete customers on a whim.   

I tried appealing the cancellation several times, all of which were denied. Don't waste your time. Just create another account. You can even use the same name or a business name, same phone number, address, bank account number, etc.
PayPal / PayPal Permanently Limited With No Appeal? What Options Are Available For Me?
« Last post by nuzzo on August 06, 2017, 10:08:18 PM »
I have been limited permanently by PayPal for unusual account activity just recently. Considering it is PayPal, they never tell you the exact reason why they limit me. I tried calling them, but they kept giving me the run around and stating unusual activity when in fact nothing of my transactions or activity differed at all.

Now my question is, is it possible to ever use PayPal again? Has anyone got a permanently limited PayPal reinstated?
Has anyone been able to create a new account without being limited?

Any help would be appreciated.
 :67: I think there's way too much emphasis being placed on which website is the best at selling other peoples old used junk.
Storage Auctions "In The News" / Bribery, Voter Fraud In Inside Self Storage Awards?
« Last post by Travis on August 01, 2017, 02:11:07 PM »
The following opinions are my own for satirical purposes. It's up to the reader to form their own opinion as to whether any fraud has taken place in this event.

So, I got this email from Jim Grant today and yes he's still claiming to be the founder of the online self-storage auction industry. In this press release...well, I'll just let you read it.


Inside Self-Storage Magazine Voters Name
Best Online Auction Services

PHOENIX - Inside Self-Storage Magazine readers voted, an online auction site that provides bidders with a centralized place to find self-storage auctions and attend live or bid online from virtually any location, as "Best Online Auction Services" in the magazine's "2017 Best of Business" poll.

 "We are thrilled to be honored by our peers and industry professionals who recognize our team's dedication to serving our customers in every aspect of online auctions," said Jim Grant, who founded Grant was the founder of the online self storage auction industry with the ground-breaking website, Storage Battles*, which later merged with Storage Treasures*.  Grant's companies won the ISS Best Online Auction Award in 2013, 2014 and 2015 and he has done it once again with his latest venture,
"This is a testament to our website being recognized as revolutionizing the storage auction industry yet again," Grant said. "Our platform is quickly growing in popularity within the United States and is currently expanding into the international market with auctions in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom due to the large demand we are receiving from other countries." is a mobile-friendly website that combines the simplicity, reliability and exceptional customer service of the original platform with new features that ensure stability and are more user friendly.  Through its integrated state of the art website, Self Storage Auction interfaces with all management software companies to make posting auctions easier.
Winners of the Inside Self-Storage "Best of Business" reader-choice poll are honored through profile pages in ISS Magazine as well as during a special ceremony at the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Las Vegas. The results are published online year-round for ISS readers to access.

 :34:  So the first thing that came to mind is "how did a company that is just a few months old and only has a handful of clients getting more votes than Storage Treasures, a company that claims to have a million registered users and thousands of storage facilities." Answer: they didn't. So, in my opinion, that leaves three possible explanations. Either A, Inside Self Storage Magazine's Best of Business Awards are for sale to the highest bidder, B someone wrote a program that casts artificial votes, or C Inside Self Storage was hacked.

But I may be completely wrong. There may be some other logical explanation for this. What do you guys & gals think about this story?
A show with high ratings will never cease to exist in my opinion. Viewers are often glued to their seat waiting for the ultimate reveal of whether that auction unit beholds treasures or just a pile of junk. This is the kind of show that sells and will continue to have upcoming seasons for sure.
The Treasure Chest / Re: Things You Personally Collect
« Last post by alloro on July 22, 2017, 09:47:27 AM »
Jer-Sey cret is safe with us.  ;)

OUCH...Bada Bing
The Treasure Chest / Re: Things You Personally Collect
« Last post by Travis on July 21, 2017, 08:42:22 PM »
I am an ardent fan of jerseys and my huge collection ranges from football jerseys, basketball jerseys, soccer jerseys, ice-skating jerseys, and everything else jerseys. I do not wear them neither do I display them out at home. I just love admiring them occasionally when I get bored with nothing much to do at home.

Jer-Sey cret is safe with us.  ;)
The Treasure Chest / This Unit Was Like Christmas
« Last post by Travis on July 21, 2017, 08:37:51 PM »
Bought one this week that looks okay. A little pricey but there were two nice reclining leather sofas showing and lots of totes. I had pushed my bid a little passed my limit, hoping that whatever was in the totes would make up for my over spending. First tote, the usual DVDs, pots, pans, utensils, silverware. The silverware was actually the same set that I have at the house, so I was pretty stoked about that. Man, I need to get a life. Next box was full of Christmas decorations, and the next, and the next, and the next. Then things changed, the next box was full of Halloween decorations, and then more Christmas decorations, and more, and more. Just as I was about to give up hope, I found a new set of JBL subs in an enclosure, a large fire safe and a home automation system. The home automation system is pretty cool. It has a master control unit with a 6 inch color screen, a WIFI doorbell camera, a WIFI deadbolt with numerical touchpad, a WIFI thermostat, a WIFI garage door controller, a security system and a WIFI surveillance camera with audio. The system is worth about a grand. Not sure what's in the safe, if anything, but I should be able to resell the safe for at least a hundred. Found out something really cool about the new Sentry safes with the touchpads and no key ....if you don't have the combination, you can slide a high power magnet over the actuator located in the upper left corner of the door and it will open. 

Update: the safe was empty, big shocker there. However, I opened some luggage and there were several pair of new boys Nike's and Addidas tennis shoes including some Jordan Melos.
The Treasure Chest / Re: Score
« Last post by PaulChau on July 20, 2017, 02:10:59 AM »
Successful finds like this are what motivate me to attend storage auctions! However, I have not personally been to one so I have doubts as to whether there are really hidden treasures in there or are they just junk and not worth even a single penny. I think I would need to tag along when a friend or a family goes for bidding and witness the uncovering process myself so as to truly believe.
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