Legal Extortion by PayPal
Earning Too Much? Open A PooPal Account, They Will Take It All In 180 Days!
People should be aware that PooPal is not trustworthy. By utilising PooPal, you consent to their unconscionable terms of service, and they will eventually grab all of your money.
In recent years, I’ve successfully handled a large amount of money with PooPal. However, after detaining them for 180 days, they took thousands of dollars.
PooPal, as you may be aware, has the ability to hold your money at random for 180 days and impose limits on your account. This will very certainly happen to you at some point, regardless of what you are selling or how long you have been doing it. They have some hazy guidelines called “Acceptable Use Policy,” and they may arbitrarily decide you have breached one of their rules without telling you exactly what you did wrong.
Until late 2019, I was under the impression that after 180 days, they would release the funds and allow you to link the selected withdrawal method to receive your money, just like any other payment processor. Since late 2020, I’ve discovered that all of my accounts have been put on hold for 180 days. They seized all of my money and did not refund it after 180 days. When you log in, your balance is 0, and all of your hard-earned money is sent to PooPal with the description “Damages incurred to PayPal by Acceptable Use Policy violation(s);.”
If you ever try to complain, you will be stuck in a loop with their slacker customer service departments for months until you realise they have already confiscated your assets without notification based on their unilateral discretion. This has recently happened to everyone; they decided to con merchants out of their money. I’ve attached some screenshots from friends and business partners, and I have many more from other friends and business connections that were in the same predicament. I am confident that they are defrauding sellers from all over the world. A simple Google search for “Damages caused by PayPal’s Acceptable Use Policy” would yield thousands of people sharing their experiences of how PayPal duped them. Everyone was running a different type of business, yet they were all scammed in the same way and never received their money back.