How I lost my Money with PayPal

Hi,

I am writing because I am so angry with how badly paypal deal with their customers and how they refuse to help anyone. I run an online business, teaching people and selling products. I launched a product last month, and received large sums of money, I have launched several products in the past and had no problems at all. But this, this was a different level of f*ckery on their part.

I was out celebrating my launch with my girlfriend, when I checked my phone to see I had made over $1,000 in 1 hour, I was amazed…but I didn’t log into paypal to withdraw because I was out and thought i’d just do it later…I wish I had of withdrawn that instant. Why might you ask? Because the next day, paypal froze my account.

I have a registered business account with them, and had done nothing out of the ordinary for them to freeze it. A “friend” of mine, well…not much of a friend at all,

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Per PayPal accounts get hacked all the time!

PayPal truly lacks good security for your personnel information. My PayPal was hacked, the people who hacked my account were able to change my name, language to Chinese and we’re able to transfer 1k out of my personnel checking account. I cannot believe PayPal does not have a way to alert you that these changes are taking place!! After three days my account was credited. The person I spoke to at Pay Pal was very nice, but informed me that it happens all the time? REALLY!!! well PayPal is should NOT!! 1k may be a small amount to the CEO of PayPal, but it was all my monies for the month!! I am so mad that it is treated as ” oh well, we will make it right, it happens more then you think” attitude. I will never do business with PP again!!!!

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PayPal account drained and PayPal tried to blame me

Ok I dont use paypal much but never had a problem until last week. My son wanted something from Minecraft and I paid for it using paypal. three days later my acct. was drained. Spoke to paypal who investigated after a week long investigation they said everything happened from my ip address so I must have made these charges. Well I did virus scans thinking i had been hacked but I hadnt. Did my own investigation and the charges that I didnt make not only came from another ip adress but another internet provider. When I called paypal back they wouldnt do anything said that my investigation must have been wrong. Went to my bank and they looked into it and refunded my money in two days time. Paypal wont cancel my acct because i have a negative balance so I cancelled my cards and put a permanent block on my acct. Paypal cant rip me off again. In conversations with the banks fraud department they said that anyone who looked at the

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Lying Buyer gets her way while Honest Seller gets screwed by both eBay and PayPal

We Sell Mostly Fine Jewelry on eBay. These are clearance items from our store. This carries a lot of risk and I trusted eBay

I Did my best to be an honest seller and always be as descriptive as possible. Since most of our items were new, this wasn’t to difficult. I sold a Fold out Sterling Locket…. and what proceeded after that has become an out of control Situation as i have ever been exposed to.

First, I have personally had an account on ebay since 1999. I have been handling the stores account for almost 3 years and have taken it from a piddely trickle and under 300 feedback to over 1500 positive feedback and a 30 thousand gross annually.

So a bid was placed on my item early in the week. This particularly item sold on a Sunday. A Buyer won my item but didn’t pay for 5 or 6 days. An un-paid item case went into effect (automatic on our account) and we were paid on the morning of day 6. I prepared

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Account limited after 15 years of selling

Here’s one I’m sure you have all heard before. Been with eBay since US inception, been with PayPal since it’s inception. Retired from professional selling some 10 years ago but kept accounts with eBay & accounts (multiple) with Paypal.

Mostly used the eBay accounts to buy but we are moving house so want to offload some of our household stuff locally & listed items on eBay. eBay make it compulsory to include Paypal as an option for payment.

All goes well, we sell some stuff, everybody is happy they get bargains because we sell cheap.

I state on all my listings that we much prefer cash on pick up but some guy buys 2 quality bedside table with a couple of matching bedside lamps thrown in for $35 —- for some reason he pays with Paypal. All seems OK, the bloke picks up his stuff, can’t believe it’s so cheap & leaves positive feedback.

I check my Paypal account

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PayPal credit is not something I would recommend

For the past 3 months, each month, I have had to call Pay Pal Credit on my account. I originally tried to set up auto debit monthly payments. Since my first attempt to set up these payments, I have had difficulty doing so.

Originally, somehow I ended up with 2 Pay Pal credit accounts. When Pay Pal merged the 2 accounts, it created confusion with their computer payment system, and somehow their computer system failed to merge, or recognize, that I now had only one account. Each of the past 3 months I have called Pay Pal Credit CS to complain about their computer system, and to quit sending me late notices since my account was set up on auto debit payments. Once again I received a call with a voice message saying I was late with my $35 payment.

Last month I talked to a CS Rep and was informed that the problem with my auto payments had been rectified; they even waived the late fee due to their computer error. Once again,

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