PayPal doesn’t allow sending or withdrawing more than $100 as an un-verified user. It is quite fine. But mysteriously, PayPal allows to receive more than $100 as an un-verified user. Then doesn’t allow the user to transfer the money in any way. Is it justified? If a user accept more than $100 as he doesn’t know the above mentioned rule, what will happen with the extra amount of money over $100 if the user fails to make his account verified? The money will stay in PayPal’s account for indefinite period of time. Virtually, PayPal is becoming the owner of the money.
Is it ethical on part of PayPal? I guess PayPal has grabbed millions of dollars in this way. When PayPal doesn’t allow sending or withdrawing more than $100 as an un-verified user, they should limit the receiving amount to $100 too. They are allowing the user to receive but not withdrawing or sending the money. This is a plusible policy and not justified at all.
Furthermore, sometimes PayPal suspends the user right to send or withdraw money. But they don’t suspend receiving of money. What will happen with the money received if the user can’t resolve the issue? Shouldn’t PayPal suspend sending & receiving right at the same time, if they need to do so? Suspending only the sending or withdrawing right seems to be a fraudulent policy to my consideration.