Frequently asked questions

There are many questions around PayPal, AUP and damages. We covered a lot of them here to give you help.

Is it illegal what PayPal does?2021-12-16T19:14:12+00:00

You should all know the difference between what is legal and illegal, PayPal agreement and AUP charges by itself is legal but the way PayPal charging sellers like us AUP damages is illegal because they debit random arbitrary amounts to empty the balance to ZERO! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liquidated_damages They are enforcing this in a corrupt way breaching their own user agreement which estimated damage costs at $2,500 USD per violation and NOT per transaction!

Are you a lawyer/agency? How does AUPdamages.com earn money?2021-12-16T19:01:26+00:00

No, we are not a lawyer or an agency. We also do not work with PayPal. We also do not earn money with our services here.

The main goal of this site is to help people getting funds back – that PayPal probably took from you.

How can I get my money back?2021-12-16T18:56:59+00:00

We help you to get your funds back if PayPal took them with “AUP violation” message: PayPal’s damages caused by Acceptable Use Policy violation

Click here to find out how

What does it mean: “PayPal’s damages caused by Acceptable Use Policy violation”2021-12-16T18:54:32+00:00

PayPal takes 2.500 $ each violation/transaction, if they limited you for 180 days. If you have seen this message, PayPal took advantage of your credits. Get them back.

What is “AUP”?2021-12-16T18:52:16+00:00

The PayPal “AUP” is the PayPal Acceptable Use Policy. 

The header of it: You are independently responsible for complying with all applicable laws in all of your actions related to your use of PayPal’s services, regardless of the purpose of the use. In addition, you must adhere to the terms of this Acceptable Use Policy. Violation of this Acceptable Use Policy constitutes a violation of your PayPal User Agreement and may subject you to damages, including liquidated damages of $2500.00 U.S. dollars per violation, which may be debited directly from your PayPal account(s) as outlined in the User Agreement (see “Restricted Activities, Holds & Liquidated Damages” section of the PayPal User Agreement).

Read all AUP rules of PayPal here

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