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PayPal rejected many of the verification documents I send them

Stupid Paypal froze almost $3000 AUD after having the account over for over a year for website design purposes. Although I had a second even older paypal account with the same name, only a different business, they still did not accept the verification of my first account and needed to verify me all over again. Money has been frozen nearly 2 months now because paypal rejected many of the documents I sent them and they are very specific about a phone bill being older than 3 months and crap like that. For someone, like me that has to travel and move a lot due to the job can get in serious trouble using paypal like my case…

Posted: June 27, 2012 at 1:54 pm


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2 thoughts on “PayPal rejected many of the verification documents I send them
  1. Fingal1997 on

    It seems that there is no way to please paypal no matter what you do. And paypal is playing some kind of cruel game with their users giving them hope that maybe just maybe there is a chance I’ll be able to use paypal again and access my money by sending in all the things asked for. This doesn’t appear to work out for most folks. Permanently suspended from paypal with no chance of appeal and BTW you’ll get your money in 180 days. Please don’t bother us again. Sincerely PayPal

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  2. Leann Rostrum on

    Ugh I feel your pain! Let me tell you that using paypal has been a thorn in my side for longer than I care to say.
    You will have to provide them with every last bit of information they are requesting, there is not getting around it. I live in a hotel because of the line of work I’m in and they refused to accept my monthly bookings as evidence of residence. I’ve been at this particular hotel for over a year and I had the head of staff write them a letter but they still refused it. They wanted a utility bill in order to release funds. I ended up waiting over 6 months then just walked away from the whole thing. They don’t care about each person’s particular circumstances; they just dish out these blanket rules and hope it covers everyone. They suck!

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