Well this thread started as a reply to "Has PayPal Ever Told You They Don;t Accept SEO!" by "silentthunder" but it was kind of off topic to his question in the first place so I just decided to make a thread about it. The first part of this thread is random but anyway, I once had a PayPal limited due to being underage. After 180 days I logged in just to close my account, didn't even bother with the £2 I had in there... I guess I'm just expressing myself. Either way I still use PayPal, only because everyone else uses it. I only use it to pay for things though and accept eBay payments. In fact, if you don't have a PayPal account, eBay can make your life hard. So now onto the main point I'm actually surprised why there hasn't been anyone yet who would file a class action lawsuit against eBay for antitrust practices. eBay does not allow any other payment service providers other than their own PayPal brand which in my opinion is inconvenient for a lot of customers because not everyone wants to use PayPal, and it also destroys competition because it does not give the customer any choice. Another issue is that if you want to use eBay you have to have a PayPal account, if you list an item for sale and in the listing you specifically mention that you will not accept PayPal, eBay will delete your listing as soon as they find out. This is complete bullshit IMO and I hope that someone sues them which will hopefully force them to accept a wide range of payments so that we can say bye bye to PayPal. Thoughts?