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[Help]How should I Get back My Paypal account-Offering prescription drugs issue

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  1. CindyWong

    CindyWong Junior Member

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    I run a web and I let vendors post item to sell. Recently there is one vendors post prescription drugs on my web and Paypal sent me a perm account limited notification that had written cannot appeal when I login. The paypal account doesn't have any transaction about prescription drugs but on my web got the offer. In the web it's not primary selling the prescription drugs. Most of the transactions comes from selling electronics devices on my web. Anyone can give me suggestion what should I do


    ---Begin forward message from Paypal---
    We are hereby notifying you that, after a recent review of your account
    activity, it has been determined that you are in violation of PayPal's
    Acceptable Use Policy regarding your sales / offers of prescription drugs
    on http://xxxx.com .

    Therefore, your account has been permanently limited.

    Per the User Agreement, when PayPal permanently limits an account due to an
    Acceptable Use Policy violation, we may hold your funds up to 180 days. In
    addition, you will be liable to PayPal for the amount of PayPal's damages
    for each violation of the Acceptable Use Policy.

    To read more about your liability, the actions we may take and other
    relevant information pertaining to the User Agreement, please refer to the
    following URL:
    https://cms.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/?...ntent_ID=ua/UserAgreement_full&locale.x=en_US

    You will need to remove all references to PayPal from your website/s and/or
    auction/s. This includes not only removing PayPal as a payment option, but
    also the PayPal logo and/or shopping cart.

    The PayPal User Agreement states that PayPal, at its sole discretion,
    reserves the right to limit an account for any violation of the User
    Agreement, including the Acceptable Use Policy.

    Under the Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used for the sale of
    prescription drugs that violate applicable laws or industry regulations or
    for products that present a risk to consumer safety. PayPal considers the
    marketing of a product and may restrict transactions for products marketed
    to act like or function the same as a prescription drug. PayPal also may
    restrict transactions for recalled drugs, unapproved drugs and dietary
    supplements that have been banned by governmental agencies.

    The complete Acceptable Use Policy can be found at the following URL:
    https://cms.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/?...ntent_ID=ua/AcceptableUse_full&locale.x=en_US

    To learn more about the Acceptable Use Policy, please refer to our Help
    Center page here:
    https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/helpweb?cmd=_help

    We thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any questions,
    please contact the PayPal Brand Risk Management Department at
    aup@paypal.com.cn.

    Sincerely,

    PayPal, Brand Risk Management

    ---End of forward message---