As such, the plaintiffs allege PayPal unlawfully seized their property and violated racketeering law. The company has had several high-profile instances of freezing accounts and restricting users, including on a case involving poker star Chris Moneymaker, who said PayPal took $12,000 from him before having the money “mysteriously returned.”
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PayPal Looking at Class-action Suit After Another Case of Frozen Funding
Payments platform PayPal is facing a federal lawsuit after it was accused of freezing the funds and accounts of three users with no apparent explanation. So reports Engadget.
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