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I received an e-mail from paypal saying that they had suspended my account because I had (allegedly) registered by using another person’s identity. They then said that I had 72 hours to confirm my identity or my account would be cancelled. (Where would my money go? — to them?) They then provided a link to the form I needed to fill out, but when I clicked on it, I found out that the link didn’t exist. I tried using every possible form of the address link (in case there was just a typo), but it obviously didn’t exist. I also searched through the entire paypal site, but there was no type of form to confirm my identity in order to keep my account from being cancelled!!!! Why would they accuse me of not being me, then not giving me an actual way to prove myself?
Posted: April 20, 2012 at 5:43 am