PayPal chargeback fee scam complaint – PayPal now charges a $20 chargeback fee to the seller for each and every chargeback!
I have noticed that as of 2010 PayPal’s newest policy is to charge a $20 chargeback settlement fee for each and every chargeback regardless of whether the chargeback is founded or not and regardless of the outcome. It is charged each and every time a chargeback is filed regardless of whether the issuing bank charges one or not (I found this out by contacting the buyer and then contacting their issuing bank).
I also found that it is 100% illegal to charge this chargeback fee and then falsely claim that you are charging it because the bank did when in fact the bank did not. That is a lie and fraud on PayPal’s part. I feel as if PayPal has found a new revenue or profit center – charging ridiculous chargeback fees whenever and wherever possible.
I think it is just a matter of corporate greed and filth on PayPal’s part. The management at PayPal just disgusts me. I work very hard selling books and other items that I buy at garage sales and other avenues and this really costs me on my bottom line. We all know that 5% or so of all internet sales are fraudulant and we lose all of that.
Now we have to lose out an additional $20 for each occurance of a chargeback in that 5%. That is quite a lot. I bet you that for me alone with these new $20 per occurrence chargeback fees I must be losing $5,000 or more per year. I bet you they are raking in millions of dollars from their sellers with these fees.
I want those monies for all the fraudulent chargeback settlement fees that PayPal has wrongly and illegaly charged to my account placed back into my account immediately. And also don’t try to freeze my PayPal account like you did a few days ago in retaliation for my speaking up on the internet against illegal policies at PayPal – that is also 100% illegal. I know this occurred because my customers all told me the PayPal link and website wouldn’t let them purchase my items for those days.
I hope to see my wrongly stolen money returned from PayPal shortly as this is wrong and illegal. Maybe what I need to do instead of selling items on eBay is create a competing money exchange website that’s better than PayPal and put PayPal out of business for stealing from good sellers like me.