67337Re: [Z_Scale] PayPal demand for access to banking information
- Jul 1, 2011I get these once in a while, and I don't even HAVE a paypal account. DEWEY
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--- On Thu, 6/30/11, Malcolm Cleaveland <mcleavel@...> wrote:
From: Malcolm Cleaveland <mcleavel@...>
Subject: [Z_Scale] PayPal demand for access to banking information
Date: Thursday, June 30, 2011, 9:59 AM
I believe that enough of us use PayPal that this should be of interest
to this list. PayPal is demanding that I give them access to my banking
information because I "am nearing the limit" of money transferred (almost
all sent to internet merchants). This is an arbitrary limit. They will
then fiddle with my bank account and I have to tell them exactly what
fiddling they've been doing. At no time have I failed to have the funds
available, nor has there been any irregularity in my transactions. On the
contrary, once I was defrauded by an individual, Robert Dressel.
I am highly reluctant to provide this information for several reasons.
First, I fail to see any justification for this. Second, in the wake of
numerous security breaches at financial institutions leading to fraud or
identity theft, I am reluctant to give any unnecessary financial
information to a remote party such as PayPal. I worry about them having
my credit card information as it is.
Am I just being paranoid? What do others think about this intrusive
-- Malcolm Z
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