On Paypal’s Policy Change

Filed under Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor,

I see that Paypal has updated their policies. One of the changes that struck me explains:

PayPal will give notice of a hold, Reserve, or limitation it makes to comply with a court order or other legal process, unless the court order or other process directs that PayPal not provide you notice, in which case the court order or other process supersedes any notice obligation PayPal has undertaken or agreed to under the terms of this Agreement. PayPal has no obligation to contest or appeal from any such order or process.

I added the bold and the hyperlink to the section about Paypal being directed not to provide notice to those affected. Paypal has decided not to defy the government when the government chooses to give unconstitutional commands. Paypal is not a conscientious objector to the depravity of the state. It’s sad. Who will stand up to this gross thug we call the US Government if not a company founded by one of the winner’s of Libertopia’s Sovereign Awards in 2010, Peter Thiel?

I just withdrew all the money I had there. I recommend that course to everyone else. I’ve also resisted getting their Credit Card, even when they offered me money to take it. I recommend that course too. Oh- unless you love the parasite and are willing to continue being its host. If that is your disposition, then you should put all your money in the bank, whether it’s Paypal or some other institution. And make sure you pay your taxes! Pay a little extra just to make sure you can’t be blamed when the country goes broke. Oh wait, it already did. Well then, when government workers riot because they haven’t been paid for too long.

Dave Scotese


2 Responses to On Paypal’s Policy Change

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  2. Diamond

    Agreed! Paypal is the worst! Thank you for this article. People are still using them like crazy not realizing what they are getting into. I’ve been researching getting my own merchant account and was looking into MerchantInc. Have you heard of them?

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