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Paypal wants to part ways and keep my money

paypal limited my account when i asked for a withdrawal of 1170 euros which was sent to me. i sent them a copy of my passport and a utility bill. i created a new account. i want and i need my money. i believe that there is a fraud behind this. this is the email that sent to me…I have done what they tole me but still I don’t have assess to my money.

After reviewing your PayPal account, we’ve determined there to be excessive
risk involved and would like to begin parting ways in a manner that is
least disruptive to your business.

You can open a new PayPal account using your name and last name as it shown
on your Proof of Identity. If you wish to use the financials registered in
your PayPal account in your new account you need to provide the following

• Bank statement and/or credit card statement.

Note: The document must show your full name and address as registered on
the PayPal account. If the document only shows initials, a proof of
identity is needed as well. The document cannot be older than 12 months and
needs to be fully visible.

• A photo ID showing your full name (Not needed if previously provided)

What is a valid proof of identity?

We accept:
- A copy of your ID card
- Your driver’s license (photo counterpart)
- Passport
- Other photo ID that was issued by a government body.

Please note that all the information below must be visible on the document:
- First and last name
- Date of birth
- Date of issue and/or expiry

Note: The document needs to be fully visible. Partial documents cannot be
accepted as a valid proof of identity.

If there are outstanding Buyer Complaints or chargebacks, and you choose to
refund your customers, please log into your account and respond to each
Buyer Complaint or chargeback to resolve each issue.

To view the status of a transaction dispute:

1. Go to the PayPal website and log in to your account.
2. Click ‘Resolution Centre’ on your Account Overview page.
3. In the drop down box on the Transaction Disputes page, select ‘Open
4. Click the ‘Details’ link of the transaction in question to view the

PayPal reserves the right to close any account reported to be involved in
possible high-risk behaviour. In the event of a dispute, PayPal will seek
to recover the funds from you by debiting your PayPal balance first and, if
there are insufficient funds in your PayPal balance, PayPal reserves the
right to collect your debt to PayPal by any other legal means.

We appreciate your patience and understanding regarding this matter and
regret any inconvenience it may cause you.


Posted: April 25, 2013 at 4:07 pm

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