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I have had my PayPal account permanently limited and been accused of selling counterfeit / copies of Ralph Lauren clothing on eBay - this is simply not true as I have the original receipts from the Ralph Lauren store !
What can I do as I really need PayPal ?
To appeal a limitation, you will need to call PayPal on 0800 358 7911 and ask to speak to their Limitations team. If it's a permanent one I'm not sure if it'll help, but they'd be the only guys able to change anything for you, so it's worth a go?
Permanent means permanent, sorry.
Also never use the number posted, always go to help / contact bottom of paypal pages and then you can use the code paypal gives you that helps you access customer services more quickly.
If you are going to be abusive by calling me by other names then i will inform the moderators.
Also you don't have to talk to the 'robot' at all, you just say AGENT or nothing at all and you get straight through to customer services.
Not sure why you are suddenly hurling abuse at me in your recent posts but it has been noted and reported.
''Agent'' does work and has been confirmed by many others over the years i have been helping on here.
And I won't call you by anything other than your given name and I don't expect you to do so either.
Your posts are already being ''monitored'' for your rude comments to me so carry on do and i will report each one.
And the mods are perfectly happy with my posts so if you are not then i suggest you take them up with the mods in the UK AND the U.S.
LOL they are not just watching me and they are very supportive of me and other advisors.
And as for your ''i give more helpful advice than you'' then i suggest when you get to 7000 kudos / solutions from grateful 'users' of this forum who i have saved from being scammed or helped rather than the 4 !!!!! that you have got then you ''may'' start to compete.