No More PayPal Option! Please Read!
Unfortunately, MMS is and has been targeted by governments for years now. Laws and regulations are created to prohibit MMS sales and ban the product. Consequently, world-leading companies like Facebook, PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, Amexp and various chemical companies follow suit. As a result, as of 16:48 PM, Thursday, May 31st, PayPal decided to limit Natufarm accounts permanently and freeze the positive balances (See example below). Needless to say, I regret that all of PayPal is stripped from the site. For your information, here’s PayPal’s letter below.
“We are hereby notifying you that, after a recent review of your account
activity, it has been determined that you are in violation of PayPal’s
Acceptable Use Policy regarding your sales / offers of MMS and DMSO on
https://www.natufarm.eu and https://www.wps.care/.
Please refer to:
– Transaction 8M2034295T126621K
– Transaction 6W545989VA095893S
– Transaction 1CR01826P6287322E
As a result, your account has been permanently limited. Please remove all
references to PayPal from your website/s and/or auction/s. This includes
not only removing PayPal as a payment option but also the PayPal logo and
PayPal shopping cart.
Per the User Agreement, when PayPal permanently limits an account due to an
Acceptable Use Policy violation, any funds on your account can be held for
up to 180 days.
Please be advised that we will review your account after 30 days and once
we calculate our exposure to any chargebacks, we will notify you to arrange
the release of any excess funds that are available for a withdrawal. If
there are any further funds remaining in your account after this time, we
will continue to review your account every 30 days until either
• all your funds have been made available to you for a withdrawal
• a period of 180 days has passed
Note that should any chargebacks result in your account balance falling
below zero, then you will also need to settle the amount owed to PayPal to
avoid further action.
The PayPal User Agreement states that PayPal reserves the right to limit
an account for any violation of the PayPal User Agreement, including the
Acceptable Use Policy.
Under the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used for the sale
of prescription drugs that violate applicable laws or industry regulations
or for products that present a risk to consumer safety. PayPal considers
the marketing of a product and may restrict transactions for products
marketed to act like or function the same as a prescription drug. PayPal
also may restrict transactions for recalled drugs, unapproved drugs and
dietary supplements that have been banned by governmental agencies.
You can find the complete PayPal Acceptable Use Policy by clicking Legal at
the bottom of any PayPal page.
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