Hi @PayPal_Olivia ! I appreciate your response! I read through the PayPal Privacy Statement as you suggested. I agree that it was very helpful! Concerning the silent saving of addresses with no easy way to delete them, and no way whatsoever to opt-out of that collection, I wonder about the section in the PayPal Privacy Statement that says the following: Choose how we collect Personal Information You may choose to limit the Personal Information you provide when our apps or Services request it. To help make choices that are right for you, it’s important to understand that Personal Information helps us provide a richer, more personalized experience for you. Also, some Personal Information is required for our Services to function at all. For example, sharing your contacts helps make it easier for you to find the people you want to send money to. If you choose not to share your contacts with us, you can still use our mobile apps, but some actions may not be as fast or easy as it would be if shared your contacts. It does not feel that I am being allowed to "choose to limit the Personal Information [I] provide when [your] apps or Services request it" because I am unable to tell PayPal that "no, I do not want to save any of my past addresses that don't appear in my account." These particular pieces of information (that is, the "hidden" addresses) are also not "required for [your] Services to function at all" as mentioned in the Privacy Statement. @PayPal_Olivia am I correct in assuming changing these features (such as giving users the option to opt-out from having "hidden" addresses saved, or giving users the manual option to delete these themselves) are not currently planned to be investigated or implemented by the Product team at PayPal in the near term future? I just want to confirm because I would hate to make this fuss and then have it be over something the company is already addressing. Thank you, I look forward to your reply!
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