Skip to comments.Tech tyrants continue targeting conservative, veteran-owned company
Posted on 09/14/2021 7:47:35 PM PDT by FryingPan101
This is a follow up to a story from last month, with a new update as well. We told you about a company called FakeMaskUSA which fell victim to the tech tyrants, in this case PayPal.
Our original reporting can be found below, but long story short is FakeMaskUSA had some $90,0000 in company assets that they had no means of recovering.
This seems to be the way these companies do business, with them taking punitive action and for those punished having no means to fight back. For example, Facebook is famous for suspending accounts of people who violate their “terms of service.”
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Can’t read the article due to site blocking it with request for email and name. Cannot do.
Paypal needs to be replaced by Crypto. Paypals fees on large transactions is outrageous.
Click somewhere else on the page and the popup will disappear.
Ok. Thanks for letting me know.
I sure have, two separate instances of identity theft, which my bank told me were easily traced to PayPal.
The number of small sellers who have had funds essentially stolen by Paypal over false accusations of fraud is legion. Often only a few hundred $$, but it adds up. All the small seller can do is embrace the suck. Hiring lawyers is too costly. which is what the the thieves at Paypal count on. I met one victim personally, a woman who was selling her own original art work for maybe a few hundred $$ a month, but they claimed she was money laundering.
I started trying in 2015 to get my PP account cancelled, but they won't even do that.
Kind of a salient part of the article, no?
I did. Didn’t work.
Well….I never considered that. Six years ago, I had an identity theft disaster that basically left me penniless. We were never able to trace the source but it was estimated my information was sold a dozen times at least.
Chrysler Credit let someone drive off the dealership lot with a brand new $30,000 Jeep that was approved for financing online. It all started with an order for a lot of office furniture that I didn’t order. It was delivered to North Carolina. It took me two years to resolve that. Office Max didn’t make a mistake. They accepted an order and delivered it. It got worse from there.
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