Paypal to introduce $500 fines

2 Sep
If you ‘re still thinking about using Paypal, maybe this is your wake up call!!!
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Beginning Friday, PayPal will begin penalizing users who buy things it doesn’t want them to: prescription drugs from unverified pharmacies, material with even a whiff of sex and gambling or lottery services.
On August 23, PayPal gave users via e-mail 30 days’ notice that it could levy a fine of $500 on those who violate its acceptable use policies. Its compliance team will strictly enforce the new acceptable use policy to implement the monetary fines on both buyers and sellers who use the transaction service to trade in items the San Jose, Calif.-based company has outlawed.
Those policies prohibit a wide variety of things, from stuffed migratory birds to used airbags. But the user agreement revision singles out those who, despite the transaction platform’s best efforts, persist in using it to pay for forbidden goods and services in the mature audiences, prescription drugs and gambling categories.
A PayPal spokesperson said the fines were an evolution of its policy prohibiting these activities; she declined to say what percentage of the service’s transactions might engage in barred goods.
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5 Responses to “Paypal to introduce $500 fines”

  1. Mandy 14 May, 2010 at 3:40 am #

    I wish I had seen this before! Paypal froze my account yesterday and wont let me withdrawn the $292 balance. They divulged legal action if I get found again. Its scary!

  2. Serena 17 January, 2010 at 9:54 am #

    There is no getting around it, just dont use it.

  3. Peter Symonds 17 January, 2010 at 9:30 am #

    Hi

    thanks for that information. we are in Australia and are just about to set up a web site. i am wonderign how you ae gettign around Pay Pals acceptable use policy re sexually oriented goods?

    thanks

    Peter and Sharon Symonds

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