Paypal’s Spending Limit is $0?

Fri, Jun 26, 2009, by The Reporter

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Paypal recently changed their spending limit from $500/Month to $0/Month for all unverified accounts.

Paypal is an online bank that recently changed their spending limit from $500/Month to $0/Month for all unverified accounts. This came as a big blow to people trying to use paypal to get membership for the popular online game Runescape.

Paypal stated that “without any financial information, they cannot lift this new limit.” This new measure was probably issued to make their customers safe, but in the pursuit of that goal, they left a lot of people in the dust.

If you have a paypal account with a lot of money in it, your best hope is to get a Prepaid Visa debit card. The age limit to get this prepaid card is 14 years old, so 90% of the Runescape community should be able to get one. The website where you can get one of these cards is Account now.com. There is a $10 activation fee and $9.95 monthly fee to use the card, but once you get it you can use it to verify your paypal.
I hope you found this article informative and practical.

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  1. HelloSiti Says:

    This is my heaven!

  2. fishfry aka Elizabeth Figueroa Says:

    Thanx for the information. I will past this information on to other, or better yet send them to your site.

  3. LOVELYHONEY Says:

    how does one open a pay pal account
    pl advise thanks
    lh

  4. Sabin Moses Says:

    A pure lier ! Don’t believe what he is saying! I just paid for mem u with an unverified paypal u dum!

  5. Gail Nobles Says:

    This is great to know. I did not know that. I will check it out. Thanks.

  6. Aryn Says:

    I just found this out the hard way. I was trying to buy something yesterday. To say the least, this is absurd.

  7. gmazin Says:

    This is a lame limit, they’re not even letting you verify with a credit card now

  8. Poetic Angel Says:

    I haven’t been on paypl in a minute so thanks for the info.

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