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Name: Bertha. What else?
Gender: Female
Hometown: Huntington Beach, CA
Home country: home, sweet home
Current location: Fountain Valley, CA
Member since: Wed Oct 15, 2003, 09:30 PM
Number of posts: 21,475

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Anyone had a disability claim partially approved

approved because of ADD?

G-D ADD hampers my ability to work. Doesn't it seem that would be a prime reason to approve a disability claim?

I hope to see some replies.
Posted by Bertha Venation | Sat Jan 9, 2021, 03:45 PM (8 replies)

Can you help with a math (and logic?) problem, please?

Hi. Thanks for helping. It's all about money. When is it not?

I have two PayPal accounts.

I start with pennies in my bank account. To PayPal acct #1, my nephew sends me a $500 loan. The transfer of the money to my bank account won't go. I want to return it so Nephew can send it to my other PayPal account (acct #2).

In acct #1, I look for a place that says "return," and I can't find one. So I refund it. Because it's a refund, the money goes back to him out of my bank account, not out of PayPal acct #1. Obviously, I didn't realize that this would happen. Now my bank account is -$500.

Nephew re-sends the loan to PayPal acct #2, this time $485 as the transaction costs him $15. I go to PayPal acct #2 to transfer the money to my bank account, and that transfer works.

My bank account is now -$15. It would be $500 if my transfer from acct #1 had worked.

Am I right: do I still have $500 cash in acct #1 that's mine? It sure feels like it; it sure looks like it: the activity page in acct #1 shows that the money is there.

I've traded messages with no less than four people at PayPal, and none of them could help. One did say, "no, there's no money there, because in trans #so-and-so you did transfer funds into your bank account." This is one of the things that makes me doubt that I'm thinking of this correctly.

Help? (I can't brain today. I have the dumb.)

(I have worked on this post for an hour and a half. Don'tcha just love ADD?)
Posted by Bertha Venation | Fri Jan 8, 2021, 02:26 PM (12 replies)
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