If you've worked with Paypal very much, you'll realize how bad their system is. They don't really listen, no seller protection (really, that is), and their arbitration is a joke. Someone else come up with a competitor please!
I am puzzled as to why the order I placed over the weekend was not processed by PayPal and the reason given has not been clearly explained. I am now having to try to re-order and pay through my Debit card. I think I shall cancel my PayPal account.
I had a dispute that ran for months regarding someone who bought something from me then mistakenly charged back when they didn't recognise the purchase on their credit card statement.
Paypal is okay when you don't have an issue, but when the time comes that you do, you will witness what a horrible company it really is. Don't take my word for it, there are thousands of victims of chargeback fraud telling their stories online and websites dedicated to exposing Paypal.
Arrogant, mealy-mouthed customer service (call centre). Hollow promises about how they are 'on the seller's side'. Frustrating bureaucracy and automated customer service that can't answer your problem.
I will do everything I can to avoid using Paypal ever in my life.
Having my account limited has done me no favours at all. I sent the company an e-mail and explained that I am not a whizz-kid on a pc, I do not have a printer/scanner, and I wouldn't know how to send the req'd info anyway. All I had back was their standard e-mail stating my acc. was limited. After speaking to the co. on the phone about this I am still in the same position. I can understand the need for security on-line as my ISP was, without success, hacked, but surely the co. can be a little bit flexible in their rules. As a bye-line I live approx. 8 miles from a small town and 15 miles from a large one!!
PayPal lets you send money to anyone with email. PayPal is free for consumers, and works seamlessly with your existing credit card and current account. You can settle debts, borrow cash, divide bills or split expenses with friends, all without going to an ATM or looking for your chequebook.