Paypal closed my account because I sent money as a gift
Paypal closed my account for sending a gift to a friend who needed to purchase a new laptop. Their reason for closing my account is that the account I sent money to, as a gift had been used for reasons which violate the paypal user agreement according to paypal. I asked my friend if he was aware of any of this but he had not heard anything from Paypal. I’m guilty by association, in essence being labeled a murderer for paying taxes which the government would use in part to build weapons of mass destruction and kill innocent people. Paypay has violated my acceptable use policy in not allowing me access to my over 1000.00 dollars in money for over 180 days with no interest. Well there is interest being made by paypal on my money but they are not going to give that to me. What gives paypal the right to hold my money for 180 days?? Banks can not do this so why can Paypal? And if paypal can get away with pulling such a scam then it is absolutely crazy that anyone is still using them.
Posted: June 27, 2012 at 3:20 pm