I am being denied a working capital loan because a x employee has listed me as a contact on there paypal account. I have had a total of 8 working capital loans in the past and have met or exceeded the requirements for those loans. You have to understand my shock to learn that I was being denied not for anything I did but because a x employee who has not worked here in almost a year and has even left the state put me down as a contact on there paypal account, apparently the employee had a loan they defaulted on and I am being punished for it.
I did contact the person in question and requested they remove me from there account but paypal will not allow it. I think it is very unfair to punish a business for the actions of an employee who had done something without the consent or knowledge of the business.
Now I am being told if I pay a ransom of $2500 my ability to get a working capital loan might be increased. All this because a x employee who left here a year ago put us down on her account as a contact and defaulted on her personal loan so the collection department is using nasty tactics to force businesses into paying a ransom. A new twist on ransom ware