Originally posted by Coconut excuse me? If you won't trust a company that millions use without problems, how do you trust the cashier you hand your card to at a grocery store? Or a doctor presribing medication?
Ha. Paypal will lock your account if you make a single transaction with an account that they deem worthy of investigation. You have no recourse against this. Numerous people I know have had this happen and still have had no resolution.
They will also shut down accounts that contain funds if they go unused for 3 months. Those funds are gone and so are the records of it so you can't even attempt to get it back.
Paypal do not answer to any regulatory body as they don't deem themselves a bank or a money transfer company or anything else that is covered under business practice law.
What? PayPal closes accounts if no transactions take place for 3 months? And the money left in the account is also gone? Are you sure? Any links to prove this correct. I am worried now if you are telling the truth and not being sarcastic.
Originally posted by XanthosNZ Ha. Paypal will lock your account if you make a single transaction with an account that they deem worthy of investigation. You have no recourse against this. Numerous people I know have had this happen and still have had no resolution.
They will also shut down accounts that contain funds if they go unused for 3 months. Those funds are gone and so are th ...[text shortened]... a bank or a money transfer company or anything else that is covered under business practice law.
Have not had any problems with pay pal.
We bought a movie and it showed up as a copy. The seller was shut down and there was nothing more to do but watch the movie. Also I have let my account sit for over 3 months and have had no problems.
I don't have any details on the closing accounts due to inactivity however as it seems to be a problem few have experienced.
One of my favourite things they've done is freeze someone's donation account that they had setup to offset costs for a gaming server. Gaming as in Battlefield and other FPS games. Apparently because the title of the account included 'gaming' it was a gambling site. On top of this they charge $500 to the creator of the account for breaking the ToS.
I've thought to suggest this myself. What Russ needs to do is find out the number of simultaneous games played by current subscribers. Say this is 30. Then the junior subscription ($13.99, perhaps), would be good for 2/3 of that, say 20 games, because Russ wouldn't want to cut his own throat by giving away what he has _now_.
However, I suspect that the number of simul. games played by subscribers is much lower, on average, than 30, and a junior subscr. that only allows up to 10 games, say, might not be worthwhile enough to the potential subscriber.
Of course, subscribing also gets rid of the ads.
Another thought: Entering a tournament may generate a large number of simultaneous games for you, and this could easily push the junior subscriber over their limit. So there are some complexities here.
$12 per annual subscription, $2 per montly subcription
No ads. No of maximum concurrent games: 15
Can enter in tournaments, clans and sieges. However, no. of concurrent games will limit the junior subscribers from participating in those.
as they are
I would probably become a junior subscriber if something like this takes place. However, $30 per year a bit too much for me. I am sure there will be others who fall in a similar category.