Paypal to Fine Users $2,500 for Spreading ‘Misinformation’
Oct. 8, 2022 - A new policy from PayPal will allow the company to fine users who risk others’ “well-being” or spread “misinformation,” according to reports from the Dailywire.
Starting Nov. 3, the financial services company will pull up to $2,500 from the PayPal accounts of users who violate the expanded policy, which also prohibits “the promotion of hate, violence, racial or other forms of intolerance that is discriminatory.” PayPal did not immediately respond when asked to define these terms, which will have a “chilling effect on users’ speech,” according to Aaron Terr, a senior program officer at the Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression to the Daily Wire. SputnikNews
What are Some PAYPAL Alternatives?
Oct. 8, 2022 - With all the drama surrounding PayPal, many people has asked what alternatives are there for buying and selling online. Today I'll cover services like Venmo, CashApp, and Zelle, as well as some others. Comment: If you wish to keep Paypal, and to avoid confiscation of funds - do not hold your funds in Paypal - use strictly your credit card.