paypal: Having a Paypal account will destroy your credit and business - 08/01/16 06:35 AM
Many people have paypal, but they don't know some important things about your credit.
When you signup with a Paypal account, you should of read their terms, which discusses some things but many things are not disclosed.
A Credit Check?The first is through credit report inquiries. According to the PayPal terms of service, your credit report may be reviewed in the following situations:
Credit Report Authorization. If you open a Premier or Business Account, you are providing PayPal with written instructions and authorization in accordance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act to obtain your personal and/or business credit report from a credit bureau. You are also … (0 comments)

paypal: How Paypal Violates your Credit Rights - 02/13/16 12:47 AM
Found this article about how the Government knowingly allows Paypal to operate in violation of hundreds of laws.  Paypal did not respond to the article because they have included all paypal users from 2006 to 2016 in a settlement, without their permission, and unless the user (or paypal merchant) excludes themselves from the settlement, the court deems, that the paypal account holder will not be able to sue them or ever do any litigation and all current/pending litigation against Paypal.    
 
The most disturbing part of the article (used by permission), was that of it's account holders right to pursue means … (6 comments)

paypal: Paypal doesnt want you/your broker/loan officer improve your credit - 10/01/15 11:45 AM
Paypal does not want you or your mortgage broker/loan officer to help you improve your credit score
Paypal Inc (PYPL) not only will shutdown any user, or business that works for a finanical firm, mortgage firm, real estate firm, or bank, they also prohibit users from with not so perfect credit from using their services.
Paypal says "Any company that vioalates our Acceptable Use Policy:
Those factors include:
Under the Acceptable Use Policy, PayPal may not be used to send or receive payments associated with certain credit repair, loan modification, or other debt settlement services that it believes are high risk based upon consideration of … (4 comments)