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paypal hack free - paypal hack - $500 in 30 seconds 2017 - paypal ipn hackPayPal is often being targeted by scammers and cyber criminals mainly because it is a money transaction platform and thus, it is a lucrative target for every threat actor. The latest phishing campaign to hit PayPal is in the form of an email that claims to be sent by the official team of PayPal. It informs the recipient that his or her account has been limited and that the company has implemented limitations so as to make sure that ‘no unauthorized activity is done with your account’.*Further, the recipient of this email is informed that it is possible to remove this limitation by simply opening the attached file and providing accurate information in a verification form. Needless to say that this is just another phishing scam and the email hasn’t been sent by PayPal at all. The claim that your account has been limited by the company is nothing else but a blatant lie. The only purpose of this email is to deceive users and trick them into opening the infected file.**So, what happens when you open that attachment?**You will immediately see a form on your browser window, which will include the PayPal logo as well to make it look authentic. The user will be asked to enter his or her name, DOB, home address, phone number and social security number in that form followed by credit card number. When the asked information will be entered, the user will be requested to click on “Submit Form” button. This will lead the user to the real PayPal website.*The user would think that the deed has been done but in reality, the scammers would be storing the acquired information for carrying out identity theft and make fake transactions with the credit card.Safety and protection policies*Exclamation mark with arrows pointing at each other*This section appears to contradict itself. Please see the talk page for more information. (March 2016)*The PayPal Buyer Protection Policy states that the customer may file a buyer complaint if he or she did not receive an item or if the item he or she purchased was significantly not as described. The customer can open a dispute within 180 days (for registered UK residents 180 days, changed 14 June 2014) from the date of payment and escalate it to a claim within 20 days from opening the dispute. If the buyer used a credit card, he or she might get a refund via chargeback from his or her credit-card company. However, in the UK, where such a purchaser is entitled to specific statutory protections (that the credit card company is a second party to the purchase and is therefore equally liable in law if the other party defaults or goes into liquidation) under Section 75 Consumer Credit Act 1979, the purchaser loses this legal protection if the card payment is processed via PayPal.In February 2011 PayPal unbanned the account of a website that supports Iraq War resisters after it had enough information to fulfill its know your customer guidelines. The Chelsea Manning Support Network claimed the backdown was a reaction to a petition to the company to reinstate the account.**As of December 2011, PayPal is involved in several class-action lawsuits in a controversy over their policy of holding 30% of vendor transactions for 90 days for some merchants and sellers, which PayPal argues is intended to make funds available to customers in the event that a transaction is found to be fraudulent; to provide PayPal the funds to refund the seller.**In May 2013, PayPal declined to pay a reward offered in its Bug Bounty Program to a 17-year-old German student who discovered a cross-site scripting flaw on its site. The company took the position that because the student was under 18 years old he did not qualify to participate in the program in violation of the program's terms and conditions.**In August 2013, entrepreneurs who had used PayPal to collect the funds they raised on crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter and Indiegogo reported difficulty in being able to withdraw the money. Most notable victims are Ouya, GlassUp (a rival to Google Glass) and Mailpile.**As of January 2015, a class-action lawsuit against PayPal has been filed in Israel, claiming that they arbitrarily freeze accounts and hold funds for up to 180 days without paying interest and thereby directly profit from it. The lawsuit requests that PayPal be declared a monopoly and thus regulated accordingly.
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