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Introduction by Author
"If You Use PayPal To Receive Money,
Did You Know That, In An Instant,
Your Money Can Be Stolen From You?"
No matter what you might have thought or what you've heard,
PayPal is not a bank. It's not a credit card merchant, a credit
union or even a financial institution. PayPal is nothing more
than a very successful and popular e-commerce business
that allows its customers to make payments and to transfer
money from one user's account to another. They are a
payment processing company.
To most people there is no real distinction between being a
payment processing company and being an actual bank,
but for those of us who make our living online, it is vital to
know the difference between the two and what it means to
protect ourselves for our businesses to continue profiting.
PayPal is able to do what they want, when they want, with
few regulating organizations to account for their actions.
Since they aren't a bank, PayPal doesn't need to follow
any US Federal or State, or International, banking regulations.
Despite attempts to reign them in, PayPal still maintains
totally control over your money. You have no say over any
aspects of your account and your account can be shut
down instantly with no chance of an appeal.
Every other financial business on the planet is held to a
set of standards and regulations, but somehow PayPal has
managed to operate outside the established system.
Their history of poor customer service and frequent lawsuits
all point to a business that people should think twice about
before transferring huge sums of money to it. Yet, they not
only stay in business, but are growing year after year.
Despite all the negativity that surrounds PayPal, they
are still the easiest and most reliable system that currently
exists on the Internet. Regardless of the problems you
might encounter with PayPal, you shouldn't run out and
cancel your account. You should learn how to protect
yourself so that you won't have to face the same problems
that other people seem to encounter.
You probably already knew that PayPal can do exactly
what they want with your account. They can and frequently
do close people's accounts on the slightest suspicion of
fraud - even if you accidentally made a payment to or
accept a payment from a fraudulent account just once.
PayPal maintains a zero tolerance policy for fraud and,
unfortunately, innocent people do get caught in their web.
People like me.
I never gave PayPal much thought. I always looked at the
problems that other people had with PayPal as prime
examples of people who like complaining, finding an
excuse to do just that. Not until I personally felt the
pinch of PayPal did I realize how naive I had been.
My story starts mundanely enough. I was looking for a
unique anniversary gift for my wife online and I found this
beautiful porcelain doll on eBay. I knew my wife would love it.
The doll wasn't expensive. So, without even thinking,
I purchased it with my PayPal account. The same
PayPal account that I use for my online marketing business.
After two weeks, the doll had not arrived. I emailed the
company I bought it from and didn't receive a reply.
Two more weeks went by and again I emailed the company.
I wrote them explaining that I purchased something from
them and haven't received it yet. I informed them that
if I don't hear back from them soon, I'd be forced to take
the issue up with PayPal. At that time, I still assumed
PayPal would back me up.
When I didn't receive any kind of reply, I contacted PayPal.
I told them of the fraud I encountered, I wasn't even r
equesting my money back, I was just acting like a
good Samaritan and reporting a problem with one of their customers.
I wasn't overly surprised not to hear back from PayPal either.
Almost two months later, I woke up one morning and
checked my PayPal account. I wasn't able to log in and
the message I kept getting said that my account was frozen.
I grabbed my phone as quickly as I possibly could and
dialed their number. After being on hold for what seemed
like decades, a customer service representative explained
to me that since I had purchased an item from a fraudulent
account, they flagged my account as suspicious. Because my
account was flagged, PayPal froze it so they could
investigate the matter.
I was then told that I wouldn't be able to use my account
for at least 180 days. I was shocked. I started yelling and
screaming at this nice young lady on the phone. I told her
that I had reported the fraud and the only reason they
probably knew that the seller was dishonest was because
of me. I had shown how honest I was and I was kicked in
the mouth for it.
The woman on the phone tried to calm me down by saying
that if all the details that I was giving were true, then my
account would be unfrozen and I'd have full access to my
account back...in 180 days.
I wasn't happy at all. I asked to speak to a supervisor and
I got the same story from him. I was left with no avenue of
appeal and no way to arbitrate the matter. I was forced
to wait 180 days and only then was I even informed that
my account was permanently frozen. I was issued a check
for the money I had in the account and PayPal said they
wanted nothing more to do with me. I was flabbergasted.
I couldn't believe such a reputable company would treat
a customer this way.
During those six months when I couldn't access my PayPal
account, I was constantly in a tight financial crunch. I had
to scale back most of my marketing efforts for lack of
available funds and the amount of money I was able to
make was hindered by my unknown PayPal status. I
probably lost a full year's worth of income from that one
little accidental transaction.
The worst part of this whole story is that nothing, not one
little bit of the initial problem, was my fault. I was a victim,
someone completely caught in the web of insanity with
no way out. Should I Quit PayPal And Find Someone Else?!
I'll save you the mystery that I'm sure you are dying to know.
If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you'll see that this
eBook Doing Business With PayPal can only be
purchased through PayPal.
After the problems I had, you would assume that I would
hate PayPal with every fiber of my being, but I don't. I look
at my relationship with PayPal as a professional one and
as such, emotions shouldn't dictate my behavior. I might
hate PayPal, but I know that they are the only way to go
when it comes to online purchasing.
Customers feel comfortable paying through PayPal and,
without a PayPal button, a sales page looks dangerous
and unprofessional. I knew I needed to bury my emotional
detachment and open up a new PayPal account. This
second time though, I decided to write myself a strategy
designed to protect myself from another devastating
PayPal situation. I remembered the old rule, 'Fool me
once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.'
So I sat down and wrote myself a guide so I would always
remember the important rules needed to do business
I turned this guide into Doing Business With PayPal, the
definitive source to securely working through PayPal.
If your online business depends on a peaceful relationship
with PayPal, this is the one book you need to read.
If you don't, you are risking losing your entire business.
Learn how to protect yourself and make sure that just
because your account gets frozen, your livelihood doesn't
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*** Safeguard Your Account From Being Shutdown!
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*** Defend Yourself Against A Threatening Attack!
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