- Report: #628697
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Complaint Review: Ebay Inc. - Paypal Inc.
Ebay Inc. - Paypal Inc.Internet United States of America
Ebay Inc. - Paypal Inc. eBay Hold on funds without advance notice-under guise of further ID required, Internet
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Let the SUN shine on these cold-hearted thieves who are making MILLIONS on this scam. Contact all the major consumer news weekly programs and host like John Stossel. They held $1000's of my monies because they claimed they needed to identify me. That's BS. They should be identifying customers BEFORE they take their money. They are licensed the same way that Western Union and MoneyGram are licensed as MONEY TRANSMITTERS and that is all they are licensed as. Imagine going to the clerk at the Western Union and giving them your money and them having them tell you to come back in 6 months after they identify you or because they were unaable to verify you. This is a scam backed up by HUGE and I mean HUGE hedge funds on Wall Street that use this money and makes MILLIONS of dollars in interest!!! It's time to SINK the PIRATE ship known as eBay and the heartless pirate aboard it named Paypal!!!!
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