Originally posted by boncho
Originally posted by sligtlyskeptical
It appears that you used false information (income) on their account forms. That is enough to shut down your account. I would advise if anyone else
has a problem disclosing their income than do not write a note saying that you are lying. I usually check the box with the highest income. You get
better offers in the mail that way.
That is absolute garbage. He stated he selected one box on a list of boxes but there was no other option. At the very least paypal should have called
him and asked for the proper information. Instead they justify taking the person's money with this?
They don't justify anything with this wrongful ticking...
He claims that in HIS opinion that is their reason for doing it.
We should pay attention to the text in his letter that PayPal had registered several account in his name and ONE of them was the critical point which
is why they closed both/all the accounts until further notice.
They also clearly state that this is for a period UP TILL 180 days (more if required) - not minimum 180 days as written elsewhere in these posts.
PayPal lists three possible reason for this NOT anything about yearly income.
We are presented with some facts followed by some assumptions.
Why are we told that OP reluctantly created an account and then see in the letter that they have registered multiple accounts and that one or more is
"Personally, I wasn't too happy with this form of payment as I'd never used PayPal in the past and truthfully, just couldn't be bothered with going
through all the hassle of setting up a PayPal account. Anyway, to keep the purchaser happy, I agreed to use PayPal.
edit on 16-5-2012 by HolgerTheDane2 because: extra stuff needed