Dear XXXXXX XXXXXXX,
We recently reviewed your PayPal account activity and determined that some
of your transactions are in violation of PayPal's Acceptable Use Policy.
As a result, we have permanently limited your PayPal account and this
cannot be appealed.
Per the PayPal User Agreement, when we permanently limit an account due to
an Acceptable Use Policy violation, we may hold any available balance in
your PayPal account for up to 180 days. In addition, you may be liable for
any amount of damages PayPal incurs for each violation of the Acceptable
To read more about your liability, the actions we may take and other
relevant information pertaining to the PayPal User Agreement, please refer
to the following URL:
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.
The PayPal User Agreement states that PayPal reserves the right to limit
an account for any violation of the User Agreement, including the
Acceptable Use Policy.
Under the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used to send or
receive payments for items that encourage, promote, facilitate or instruct
others to engage in illegal activity.
You can view the complete PayPal Acceptable Use Policy by clicking the
"Legal" link at the bottom of any PayPal page and clicking "PayPal
Acceptable Use Policy". You can also find some more information on the
PayPal Acceptable Use Policy on our Help Center.
We thank you in advance for your cooperation. If you have any questions,
please contact the PayPal Brand Risk Management Department at
PayPal, Brand Risk Management