Paypal Question Please Help

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by ittechs310, May 3, 2010.

  1. ittechs310

    ittechs310 Junior Member

    Jun 30, 2009
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    Ok so I have had my paypal account for 3 years now in good standing. Its a business account. Today I get an email saying that I am selling credit repair services or content associated with it. I sell credit repair software and loan modification software, software! They said I need to remove the buy now buttons on my site or face limited account status. Anyone have experience with this? How da hell did they find my site? Did someone report me? This is the first time this has happened, see below.

    MY site

    Their Email
    PayPal prohibits transactions associated with certain credit repair, loan
    modification, or other debt settlement services based upon the
    consideration of several factors.

    Those factors include:

    ? Marketing services with potentially false or misleading claims.
    ? Charging fees prior to the completion of advertised services.
    ? Failing to provide adequate details in the contract offered to the
    customer, including the cost, description of services, and timeframe for
    ? Offering services that include adding a customer's name to an
    established loan or a line of credit with the intention of improving the
    customer's credit score.
    ? Engaging in activities that are the subject of investigations or
    warnings by governmental agencies.

    The complete Acceptable Use Policy can be found at the following URL:

    To learn more about the Acceptable Use Policy, please refer to our Help
    Center page here:

    We are hereby notifying you that it has been determined that you are in
    violation of PayPal's Acceptable Use Policy regarding your sale of credit
    repair services on

    Please refer to transaction #: 41X59903PD4666328

    In order to comply with the Acceptable Use Policy and avoid the limitation
    or closure of your account, you will need to:

    1. Remove PayPal as a payment option, as well as all references to
    PayPal, including the PayPal logo and/or shopping cart, from your

    2. Submit the online Acceptable Use Policy affidavit.

    To appeal your limitation, login to your account and select the "Resolution
    Center" link. On the next page select the "Resolve" button(s) located in
    the Steps to Provide More Information section and follow the applicable

    This is not intended to be an all-inclusive review or list of your Internet
    sites in violation. Furthermore, the violations of the Policy described
    above are not intended to be an all-inclusive list. It is the
    responsibility of the user to ensure that all transactions comply with the
    Acceptable Use Policy.

    For more information about the status of your account, please log in to
    your PayPal account.

    We encourage you to login and return your account to good standing as soon
    as possible. Failure to respond by 5/13/2010 will result in the further
    escalation of this issue.

    We appreciate your cooperation in this matter. Please understand that this
    is a security measure meant to help protect you and your account. We
    apologize for any inconvenience. If you have any questions, please contact
    the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy Department at