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  1. Dec 2023
    1. for some large corporations, the carbon footprint from their investments and cash in banks can be their largest source of emissions; for PayPal, for example, its carbon footprint from banking in 2021 was 55 times larger than all of its other emissions combined.
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        • Paypals carbon footprint of investments and cash in bank was 55x higher than all other emissions combined. Wow!
  2. Oct 2023
  3. petermcculloughmd.substack.com petermcculloughmd.substack.com
    1. I bought your book and paid via PayPal on your website

      paypal is also part of the censorship-industrial complex. my paypal account was closed, probably because of my negative credit score. but paypal is also known to close accounts for political reasons. crypto currencies like monero suffer the same problem, because the crypto exchanges are controlled by the censors. cash by mail may work...

  4. Nov 2022
  5. Feb 2020
    1. When our analysts discovered six vulnerabilities in PayPal – ranging from dangerous exploits that can allow anyone to bypass their two-factor authentication (2FA), to being able to send malicious code through their SmartChat system – we were met with non-stop delays, unresponsive staff, and lack of appreciation. Below, we go over each vulnerability in detail and why we believe they’re so dangerous. When we pushed the HackerOne staff for clarification on these issues, they removed points from our Reputation scores, relegating our profiles to a suspicious, spammy level. This happened even when the issue was eventually patched, although we received no bounty, credit, or even a thanks. Instead, we got our Reputation scores (which start out at 100) negatively impacted, leaving us worse off than if we’d reported nothing at all.

      Paypal is a bad company in many ways. This is one of them.

  6. May 2019
    1. Do not kid yourself – your business is never, never safe with PayPal. Move away or at least have a plan B in place so that you don’t lose your business over their arbitrary actions.

      Arbitrary seems to be a correct term to use in this instance.