We are sending this privacy notice to provide you with information about how PayPal safeguards your
privacy, as well as to comply with federal privacy guidelines that apply to financial institutions such as PayPal. Please
you are welcome to review at any time.
It is PayPal's policy to maintain confidentiality over your information. We
will NOT sell or rent your information.
Contents of this Notice:
Due to a problem in our system, it is very important for you to log into your
account through the following link.
We thank you and apologize for this inconvenient.
- If you are a registred
member: click here
- if your account is not verified yet, please click: verify now
How does PayPal safeguard your information?
PayPal automatically encrypts your confidential information
in transit from your computer to ours using the Secure Sockets Layer protocol (SSL) with an encryption key length of 128-bits.
Even before you register or log in to our site, our server checks that you're using an approved browser - one that uses SSL
3.0 or higher.
Once your information reaches us, it resides on a server that is heavily guarded both physically
and electronically. Our servers sit behind an electronic firewall and are NOT directly connected to the Internet, so your
private information is available only to authorized computers.
Only authorized PayPal employees are permitted
to access customer information. Authorized employees have been trained on how to handle information properly and are subject
to strict limitations and guidelines in the handling of that information.
What personal information do we collect?
Information we receive from you
When you open a PayPal account, we require certain information, such as your name,
address, phone number and email address.
When you send, receive or request a payment through PayPal, we collect
transaction information needed to perform the service.
When you sign up for optional features or products, we
collect information needed to provide the service or to establish that you qualify for such features or products. For example,
when you enroll in the PayPal Money Market Fund, we collect your Social Security Number (SSN), which we are required to do
for legal purposes.
When we cannot verify the information you provide online, we may ask you to send us additional
information by fax, such as your driver's license or a recent utility bill. This is necessary in order to safeguard your account
against potential fraud.
Information about you from third parties
When you add a credit card or debit card, we use
card authorization and fraud screening services to verify the information you provide.
If you have a Business
or Premier account or if you send or receive high overall payment volumes through PayPal, we may do a background check or
obtain information about you from a credit bureau or a business information service such as Dun & Bradstreet.
what parties do we disclose personal information?
Other PayPal members. Information such as your name, email address,
date of sign-up and Verification status are available to other members. If you are buying goods or services, you may choose
to reveal your shipping address to complete the transaction. As always, we never reveal your financial information to other
PayPal members, unless required to do so by law.
Card authorization and fraud screening services. If you add a
credit card or a debit card to your PayPal account, we will use these services to verify that your card information and address
matches the information that you supplied to us, and that the card has not been reported lost or stolen.
with whom we jointly offer products. If you sign up for a co-branded version of PayPal, we will share only the minimum required
information to provide enhanced integration between PayPal's and the partner's services.
We may provide information
to companies that perform marketing services on our behalf. For example, we disclose information to Providian National Bank,
the issuer of PayPal Visa credit cards, to determine customers' eligibility for the PayPal Visa credit card. Financial information,
such as credit card or checking account information are NOT revealed.
Agencies or authorities with whom we are
legally required to cooperate. We may disclose information during the investigation of fraud or illegal activity. For example,
we may disclose information in response to a subpoena, warrant, court order, or comparable legal process.
your privacy choices?
You have the ability to view or update your account information and credit card or checking account
information any time by logging in to your PayPal account and clicking on Profile. To view or update your account information
now, log in here: https://www.paypal.com/PROFILE.
You have choices in the types of communications you wish to receive from PayPal. When you
opened a PayPal account, your notification preferences were set to receive the PayPal Periodical and Product Updates, and
invitations to Customer Surveys. To change these notification settings or to opt-in to other notifications, please log in
link at the foot of the PayPal website or by going to: https://www.paypal.com/privacy.
If you have any other questions about PayPal's privacy practices, please feel free to contact
us at (402) 935-2300, or click here for online help.
Thank you for making PayPal the world's #1 online payment service.
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