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I want a "No never!" button as well, as does any rational person who values their financial security.
Paypal shouldn't be pushing insecure practices as a default setting.
If my young son gets on my PC with my PayPal details saved and buys a $10,000 plastic toy they would describe it "friendly fraud" and you're clean out of luck. Just hope it was through eBay and they can reverse it. (yes this just happened recently)
This is a serious matter and seems to be being ignored by PayPal, when it should never have been there in the first place.