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This is ridiculous. I have tried everything under the sun, some backwards and pay pal will not let me continue cause they say the password is too weak. What's the deal???
The longer the password and the more different it is makes it harder
to be hacked.
paypal is concerned about your account being hacked.
Posted on Jan 03, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would definitly call PayPal support on this issue , you don't want to waste anytime messing around with this...idenity theft is big now-a-days and it sounds like someone has stolen your CC number.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
As per Paypal:
Question : Can I register a credit card on more than one PayPal account?
Answer : No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.
If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account. To remove credit cards from your account click Profile at the top of the page and click the Credit/Debit Cards link in the Financial Information column.
Question : What if I forgot my email address?
Question : What if I forgot my password or my password has been locked?
Answer : Here's how to create a new password.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
SOURCE: I would like to cancel
If there's no balance or transaction with the forgotten account, you need not to worry, it'll automatically be deactivated after few months but your original/existing account will be functioning properly without any hindrance or obstruction. When an account is not active or transaction being done for several months, paypal will send you an email to your email address with the message describing about the deactivation of the account, if you don't take any action, it'll be deactivated.
It's better if you can at least remember the email address [Note: your username is your email address] of your account so that you can deactivate it yourself. But still you can try to close it using the "Forgotten your email address or password?" form.
To recover your email address and your your password, use this form...
Forgotten your email address? (you'll need to provide your name full name, zip code, phone number)
To reset your password use this form;
Forgotten your password? (you'll need to provide your email address)
After you retrieve your password or recover your email address, login to your paypal account, click "profile" and select "Close Account" from the options available, you'll be presented with a warning if you are sure or not, click yes and continue with it.
I hope you could understand my instructions, if you have problem with my instructions, please let me know.
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Posted on Jul 08, 2010
Don't rely on any links from an e-mail you get. If you get an email requesting information from PayPal, rather than clicking on the link go to www.paypal.com yourself and input the information there if it is truely needed. Another thing to note is the web address in your address bar, not in the link (links can be programmed to say one thing but take you somewhere else) if the address in the address bar is https//www.paypal.com/anything then its a good address. The https means hypertext transfer protocol Secure, the www.paypal.com part is the actual server address, this translates into paypal's ip address in a dns server, and then there can be anything after the slash that follows the .com part. The stuff that follows the slash is server or database location information, telling paypal's server where to find the information you are trying to access or change.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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