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CadnerI : I want to purchase an item from a website online and when it showed the paypal logo to pay with i clicked on it and it said this payment can be made with instant transfer (this means that since i have a credit card as a back up, i don't have to wait the 3-7 bussines days it usaully takes)
Now my question is, If i do the instant transfer and paypal comes to my bank to take out the money but there is no money, they go to my visa but there is also no money there aswell so my question is what happens to the money that is supppose to go to the seller, the only two theories i can think of is, paypal makes the seller and a negative balancce goes into the paypal buyer acc OR paypal tells the seller that the buyer had NO FUNDS and tells the seller you should get your item back. Now i think the more realistic one would be option #1. Does anyone know anything about this? or has anyone got into a situation like this?

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2qot54rt74o : i have got into a situatuon like this month ago.
paypal just canceled the transfer. and the seller got his item back.
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azikmanich : In general, I may need to apply for one seeing as i have a low maintenance loan
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rolololcv : You won't qualify.
New regulations are in place
- 21 or older
- Must have employment for one full year.
- Income must be above minimum wage.

* Not sure why they even call them student cards.
Students can't get them !
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Lislemiimpepe : As of February 2010, you have to be 21 and employed at least 12/18 months without a co-signer
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aOccuchunedy : They work as follows:
1. You apply.
2. They check to see if you have every had a credit card.
3. If you have never had a credit card, then they deny you, automatically.

You can only get a "student" credit card if you have already had a credit card. If you have never had a credit card, then the only kind you can get is a "secured" credit card.
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Jaramaree : I'm 15 and want to do something to do with computers and want to earn a lot of money. I am good with computers and if there is a lot of money in it I thought I might start learning computer languages like C++.
I have built my own computer and would like to do that but don't think there is a lot of money in it for me. I know there are a lot of different types of programmers but if you could point some out and the average wages for me that would be appreciated.

Thanks to all responses.
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Yopemrlde : Average computer programmer salaries for job postings nationwide are 20% higher than average salaries for all job postings nationwide.

http://www.indeed.com/salary?q1=computer+programmer&l1=
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kissme2hy8 : Sure, you can do that. A great place to start is with Android. You can get a little revenue coming in from that so you can afford something like Visual Studio to make something for the PC. From there it depends on what you want to make. You could do SQL, ERP, or C, anything that you like.

Also, you might want to get into an IT position or consulting. Those pay pretty well too.

Here, have a look at these, they will probably be different for your area, this is just my Fort Wayne area.

http://swz.salary.com/SalaryWizard/LayoutScripts/Swzl_CompareJobs.aspx?jobkeyword=programmer&location=46774, New Haven, IN
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bornOwnence : Computers are largely assembled in other countries and cheap labor rates.
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