Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock, you can’t have missed all
the hullabaloo about PayPal over the last few weeks.
It seems that Paypal is having a purge of limiting and closing
accounts at the moment and, along with some people who clearly
deserve it, there are lots of totally ethical and honest
marketers getting caught up in the net.
Uncertainty is a horrible thing.
For most of us, Paypal is at the very heart of our business and
waking up every day to Facebook posts from marketers that you
trust saying they have been nuked is not pleasant.
Why are they doing it? Nobody knows… because Paypal won’t tell
anyone. That is the worst part.
Having said that, there are some basic things you can do in order
to minimize the risk as much as possible.
PayPal Ice Time is a product that teaches “best practices” when
dealing with Paypal.
Check it out here:
Is this guaranteed to keep your Paypal account safe?
No. No such guarantees exist with PayPal.
BUT there will almost definitely be things in there that you
haven’t done and it makes sense to fix them BEFORE you get the
dreaded email from PayPal.
Here’s the link again:
Hope this helps 🙂
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