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Originally posted by NadaCambia
It's really not that serious
PayPal is constantly working to ensure security by regularly screening the accounts in our system. We recently reviewed your account, and we need more information to help us provide you with a secure service. Until we can collect this information, your access to sensitive account features will be limited. We would like to restore your access as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconvenience.
Your account has been limited for more than 180 days. It will continue to be limited but you now have the ability to withdraw funds.
Why is my account access limited?
Your account access has been limited for the following reason(s):
29 Nov 2010: You have received £1,900 or more in total payments to your PayPal account in this calendar year.
PayPal is required by law to comply with European Union Anti-Money Laundering regulations by collecting information from customers when they receive more than £1,900 in total payments within a calendar year.
Until you provide us with this information you will be unable to send or receive money using your PayPal account.
Please go to the Resolution Centre for more information on what you need to do.
(Your case ID for this reason is PP-000-974-192-524.)
(Your case ID for this reason is PP-001-030-975-944.)
7 Jun 2010: For reasons relating to the safe use of the PayPal service we need some more information about some of your recent eBay and PayPal activity.
(Your case ID for this reason is PP-000-978-621-643.)
How can I get my account access restored?
It's usually quite straightforward to take care of these things. Most of the time, we just need some more information about your account or latest transactions.
To help us with this and for information on what you can and can't do until the issue has been resolved, please visit the Resolution Centre.
We'll review the information you provide and email you if we need more details, or when your account is back to normal.
Once you have completed all the checklist items, your case will be reviewed by one of our Account Specialists. We will send you an email with the outcome of the review.
Originally posted by PuterMan
WikiLeaks Supporters Aim Cyberattacks At PayPal...
A group of Internet activists calling themselves Operation Payback have taken credit for shutting down the website of a bank that earlier Monday froze funds belonging to WikiLeaks.
Announcing its successful hack on a Twitter account, the group declared, "We will fire at anyone that tries to censor WikiLeaks."
As of Monday evening, the PostFinance website was unavailable.
Operation Payback also promised a hack attack on PayPal, the online payment service that last week cut off WikiLeaks, denying the group a major tool for collecting donations from supporters.
Operation Payback has effectively declared war on the organizations working to hobble WikiLeaks.
"In these modern times, Internet access is fast becoming a basic human right," the group says in a video posted to YouTube. "Just like any other basic human right, we believe it is wrong to infringe upon it."
The video continues: "To move to censor content on the Internet based on your own prejudice is, at best, laughably impossible. The unjust restrictions you impose on us will meet with disaster, and only strengthen our resolve to disobey and rebel against your tyranny."
A group called Anonymous has hit sites that have refused to do business with the controversial whistle-blowing site with a series of distributed denial-of-service attacks.
Targets include the Swiss bank that froze founder Julian Assange's assets and PayPal which has stopped processing donations to Wikileaks.
Anonymous is a loose-knit group of hacktivists, with links to the notorious message board 4chan.
"As an organisation we have always taken a strong stance on censorship and freedom of expression on the internet and come out against those who seek to destroy it by any means."
"We feel that Wikileaks has become more than just about leaking of documents, it has become a war ground, the people vs. the government," he said.
"The idea is not to wipe them off but to give the companies a wake-up call," he said. "Companies will notice the increase in traffic and an increase in traffic means increase in costs associated with running a website."
Anonymous is also helping to create hundreds of mirror sites for Wikileaks, after its US domain name provider withdrew its services.
"At the last count there were 507 mirrors of Wikileaks,"
Originally posted by xavi1000
AnonOps.net is currently under heavy DDoS attack. The website will be back up ASAP.
Originally posted by Prince Of Darkness
At the moment approx. 300 people worldwide are taking part in this operation and the number is increasing each passing minute. A sample of chat
Originally posted by aRogue
Do everybody a favour and hush hush please. Thank you.