San Jose, California
United States - 95131
Paid for 3 yrs membership to Google Earth. Actually Google Earth is free. When I went to download the software I was directed to Advanced Telecom "membership" and paid $38.91 for 3 years thru Paypal. ??? I finally was able to go back and download Google for free but my transaction to Advanced Telecom was already made. I will try to contact Google to let them know thier website is being used for scamming people.
Paypal initiated shipment of an item I never purchased and they charged it to my Mastercard they have on record. Then Paypal notified a past seller on eBay to ship to me an item that I did not order/buy. I learned about this when the seller sent me an eMail that he shipped the merchandise. Paypal never admitted to the wrongdoing. I never authorized this transaction against my credit card. I requested the contact info to their CEO and they refused to provide it. I found the address and sent a letter addressed to their CEO, but he (or someone on his behalf) never replied. Paypal doesn't publish or provide ANY phone numbers to reach their senior management. While the seller refunded my money after I sent him back the merchandise, both the seller and I had to pay for shipping charges that were not refunded by Paypal.
Someone should audit Paypal's computer systems and the way this company misuses and abuses consumers' credit cards. In addition, no company should get away without pubishing and providing phone numbers for their executives.
I will never again use Paypal for payments and I hope that over time competition will take care of them.
I have a Paypal credit from GE Moneybank for an embarrassing $300. Ok, when I opened it a few years ago, I thought they start you out low. About twice a year I would put in a request for an increase online and have gotten turned down. Couple years later, today I did so again and in a split second the screen came up denied and a letter explaining why will be sent to me. Every computer generated form letter I have gotten in the past has had the same information given for the denial. Credit history not long enough, ( A BLANTANT LIE), balances in ratio to credit line too high ( A BLATANT LIE), I have no mortgage ( SO I DON'T OWN A HOUSE, AND YOUR POINT IS???), and so on. For one thing, I have a VERY high credit score. As of last week when I checked, 802 for TransUnion, 795 Experian and Equifax. I finally called GE Money Bank credit department. The person I spoke to first claimed I did not ever put in a request, I asked if he pulled up my account or not, he then said, oh yes, I see here that a letter was sent to you, but I have no access to the reason. I gave him the info from the letter. I told him to check my credit report. After a bit of a wait, he told me that he will give me the increase. After a minute or so, he claimed the computer would not let him give it to me. I asked if there was anything that could be done. A dispute process, what? His response was well, I don't know what to say, it won't let me increase for you, and it does not make sense why it is so low. (At least he admitted THAT). His only suggestion was for me to try again in a few months. I asked to speak to a supervisor, and he transferred me to music for almost an hour. I am disgusted!!! I hung up and dug around the internet till I found you and this is my complaint. I wonder if this has happened to anyone else out there? One more thing. I found out that JC Penny Credit is from GE Money Bank. NOW, it makes some kind of sense as to why JC Penny is the ONLY store EVER to deny me a card. Hmmm. Coincidence? I have excellent credit, great payment history, Etc. etc. and I do not understand this. I did not dispute the denial on JC Penny because I very rarely shop with them and the request was done when a clerk talked me into opening an account, and I though why not? Imagine how embarrased I was being told with a bunch of people in back of me at the counter and for a measly 50 purchase!!! Anyway, thank you for letting me vent, share this information with others, and again I ask if anyone has had this problem with Paypal Credit?
I cannot get into payment area to make my payments on line. I have called the number on the bill and have...
I did not, nor have I authorized any thing to be charged to PayPal using my name in transaction number:
The person who is shown to be charged, Nancy L. Cornell, is the one who should be charged.
The following information appeared in an email to my from PayPal requesting that I verify order and stating that "confirms that you have paid ResearchAnyone.com $169.95 USD using PayPal." I have never used Research. com and I never intend to use it--Please void this transaction:
Transaction ID: 20433666FG486722N
Total: $169.95 USD
Item/Product Name: Comprehensive Expert Detective Informational Software
Item/Product Number: 922-116
Buyer: Nancy L Cornell
Contact E-Mail: [protected]@researchanyone.com
Receipt Number: [protected]
I would like a phone number for PayPal, so that I may discuss any future charges that they MIGHT ALLOW to unknown
I am in the process of cleaning up $12, 500 worth of airline tickets charged to my Pay Pal accounts. Thi...
I received an email from PayPal Inc.com saying a charge for $189.95 was being put on my credit card for a...
I won an on-line auction on ebay on 7/5/08 and never received my product. After contacting the seller for a refund due to non-delivery, a refund was done through paypal. However, my credit card was charged a second time instead of being credited. After an hour on the phone with three different reps with paypal, I was told there was an I.T. problem that has been on-going for eight days and there was no way for them to reverse the charges on my credit card.
This is THEFT. I will never use paypal nor ebay again.
I was charged $19.95 for software that I never ordered I intend to notify my bank NOT to pay The software wa...
I try to pay them online and I can't get on there website until after the due date, this happens every...
My first complaint is one that is of a more recent occurrence. Sometime last year, PayPal screwed up an account transaction that left me unknowingly owing them $290. I discovered my account was locked, and I didn't understand why despite attempting to e-mail the company to get some kind of understanding with no response. I later on received a collection for the funds, and based on not being able to prove that I actually didn't owe them the money, I finally paid the bill off. I directly e-mailed their appeals department to get information on what needs to be done next, and received no response after a couple days. I finally tried to log back in after finding out my collections payment had cleared, and it was still locked, so I submitted a response through their website, a couple days later, no response. So I finally e-mailed them again, 3rd attempt - and will give them a couple days before I contact the Better Business Bureau. I cannot obtain a phone number because when I tried to get their Service Center number, it required me to log in, and when I do, it takes me back to the "your account is locked, e-mail appeal..etc." message from before and back to square one. I would be absolutely screwed if not for the next initial realization in my next complaint.
Because of the account locking, I had to set up a different account to do business with through my record label and other business. By other business I mean buying goods through retailers that only accept PayPal or mail in payments. I had made a purchase to a Japanese retailer, and sent in a refund to a customer who ordered an item that is now indefinitely out of stock. I am forced to have my PayPal account for the business set up through my savings account because the original is through my checking. When I processed the funds for these two transactions, I had thought that I had the funds in my Savings, which I did not; so I ended up overdrafting my account twice because of it - which is, of course, my problem to deal with. However, PayPal attempted to recharge the transaction to the Japanese retailer not once, but twice, and the refund one time, without my approval, automatically a couple days later. This caused me an additional $60 in overdraft fees. When I contacted them to complain about this, they stated that it was my problem to make sure I have funds in my account, and they can't be held responsible for overdraft fees on my end when I overdraft over a transaction I make. When I responded reexplaining that THEY ARE responsible because I never authorized them to re-charge the transactions, I received no more responses, instead I received a survey asking about how I felt about my service, which I obviously rated incredibly low and would be in process of closing all of my PayPal accounts, establishing accounts elsewhere (Google CheckOut) and let everyone I know to stop using PayPal. After reading more horror stories on this site and others regarding PayPal, it's just fairly obvious that this company only cares about it's own security and now making it's customers they make money off of happy. I've sold tons of CDs and Shirts through my record label that has paid for at least 2 full paychecks of an employee, and this is how I get treated? It's ridiculous.
I was selling on ebay and using paypal for several years, I mainly sell during the holiday season.
On Dec 10, 2007 I sold an item that sold for $25.00 I promptly shipped out an got a tracking number, I keep all receipts, tracking numbers on file for problems that do occur during shipping. Two weeks later the item was returned back to me with "return to sender, no such address" stamped on it, I called pay-pal to inform them of this situation, they told me to fax in the receipt, a copy of the tracking number and a copy of the package to them for their investigation. I contacted the buyer and explained the problem and he wanted me to reship the item at my expense to the same address, I told him that I WOULDN'T because think about it if it was returned once it would be returned again.
The buyer made a claim on no shipment, so I called pay-pal again to remind them that they already had all the information about this issue, they told me that there will not be problems on this and they will get me the right address and they will make the buyer repay for shipment.
Two weeks later no response from pay-pal, I noticed that the money for the item was refunded, I contacted pay-pal they informed me that they ruled in favour of the buyer "because the buyer never received the item" I again informed them that they already had all the documentation from the shipment, they kept on saying "well the buyer never received the item" I asked them about the seller protection they again told me "the buyer never received they item"
Two months later pay-pal's collection service called me told me that I was $62.00 past due and they wanted the money. I refused to pay. Called pay-pal spoke with 2 of their senior reps, they informed me that my account was charged twice for this and that my account was past due and thats why they were calling me to collect, so I asked them why when my account already had a chargeback for the item they kept on telling me that the buyer never received the item and the buyer received the money for the chargeback. Hum what happened to the money I asked, they could never explain!!!
Simple math would tell you $25.00+$25.00 does not equal to $62.00 where’s the money at????
Obviously no one there knows either, why did I double charged for a chargeback and what happened to $12.00????
No one knows, no one can answer any questions, and no one cares.
I have been trying to find a way to pay my bill online for the last three months, but the only thing I get in...
I closed my paypal buyer credit card over a year ago, I have been making my payments every month ON TIME...
I had tried to pay my paypal card bill online through my paypal account. I had done it many times before. In...
In the beginning of December 2007 I noticed that there were 3 separate charges (direct debit) to my bank card...
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