Banned From Paypal for life

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so a couple years back paypal banned me for life, how this happened was there was an adult related product that I was going to market and I asked the girl if I would be able to use paypal for the processing. She told me I should just submit it to see if it gets aproved, so I did then the next thing I know I am banned for life. Do you know of anything I could do to redeem this?
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  • Profile picture of the author Lisa Gergets
    Have you tried communicating with them?
  • Profile picture of the author liba
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Michal
    I've contacted them once every year and they say "I am banned for life"
  • Profile picture of the author TreyChristian
    Just come up with something else and use that made up name and account
  • Profile picture of the author soulravager
    Hello Tom,
    As advised before the best thing you can do is just start a company and make a new paypal in its name.
    Or you can make a paypal in the name of a family member or friend WITH THEIR PERMISSION ofcourse.
    Hope I helped you!
    But you should definetly try out other payment proccessors such as Plimus,Moneybookers,LibertyReserve,CashU etc Much less hassle with those guys atleast in my experiance
  • Profile picture of the author Tamer
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  • Profile picture of the author richgrad
    Set up a business account and use your business name...
  • Profile picture of the author Thomas Michal
    Ok, I did set up another business once and used the same computer and my IP adress was linked back to me so that one again was banned. And to Tamer yeah they personally banned me because I "tried" getting approved for selling prepaid card. I never made a transaction.
  • Profile picture of the author Gail Sober
    Before trying to change your IP, you might try Tor. Install and if you use Firefox, there's a tor plugin..

    Tor: anonymity online
  • Profile picture of the author Michael Oksa
    Anybody advising the OP to purposely go against PayPal's TOS should be aware that such suggestions are frowned upon here.

    Oh, and doing so amounts to fraud, though I am not sure how the law would apply.

    The idea of legally creating a new business entity makes sense.

    All the best,
    Michael

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