We recently noticed an issue with your account. To see what you can and can't do while your account is limited, go to the Resolution Center.
Why is my account access limited?
Your account access has been limited for the following reason(s):
Nov 28, 2015: You're only allowed to have one personal and one business account. In addition, we noticed one or more of the following problems:
You provided information that we believe was false, inaccurate, or misleading; or
You sent or received payment that was potentially related to fraudulent activity; or
You have more than one account with a negative balance; or
You are in violation of the User Agreement, the Commercial Entity Agreement, the Acceptable Use Policy, or another agreement you have with PayPal.
Our decision was based on terms outlined in these agreements.
Because of this, we've limited your accounts and can no longer offer our services to you. You'll still be able to log in to view your transaction history, but you won't be able to send or receive payment.
(Your case ID for this reason is PP****************)
Nov 17, 2015: We recently asked you to stop participating in transactions that violated our Acceptable Use Policy.
(Your case ID for this reason is PP*************.)
This limitation cannot be appealed.