[Here is an email I got from Paypal quite some time ago. They shut my a/c down today due to “High Risk”. I don’t know what that coded term is meant to convey. Here is the email I received. See the reason they give below, which is highlighted. When they say it has been “limited” it means its shut down.
“High Risk” is a totally bogus argument I might add. High Risk of what? Jan]
We have recently reviewed your PayPal account, and due to the excessive risk involved, it has been permanently limited.
Please remove all references to PayPal from your website/s and/or auction/s. This includes not only removing PayPal as a payment option, but also the PayPal logo and PayPal shopping cart.
Currently there is no money on your PayPal account balance.
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