For starters, I’d like to express just how upset I was (and still I am) when I learned that PayPal limited my account and that I would no longer be able to accept payments via PayPal.
I used to record a turnover of more than 10K monthly and had more than 5 people depending on my online business.
When announcing the PayPal suspension to my workers, it was so embarrassing that I couldn’t give them a convincing reason why my account got limited, because honestly, I didn’t know why. At first, my staff thought it was some kind of a prank and that I wasn’t serious. But when they saw the frustration in my eyes, they couldn’t believe it either.
Even though I tried assuring them that things will be okay and that I would resolve the issue with PayPal, I still wasn’t sure myself that I’d be successful. And so, no matter what the situation, I just had to let them go. I had no alternative.
I had to promise my staff that I was going to do everything I could to overcome the PayPal limitation. I had to find a way. It was no longer about me; but about keeping my staff members afloat, and get them back on track. This was after I had seen how much they were suffering as unemployed citizens.
I tried contacting PayPal to have my account reinstated, but all was in vain. They did not even contact me back. It was in their policies that once you’ve been banned, you are never to be reinstated ever again. But I didn’t know this until I had to do a little homework. I came across this information while researching online.
So how are my ever going accept payments again with PayPal?
Well, I did some digging and found this amazing guide titled ‘Get Back On PayPal’ written by Peter Bergmann. The guide is not only well structured but also easy to comprehend. It has easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.
To make things even better, Mr. Bergmann was always readily available to provide me with an email support. The best thing? It took me less than a week to get back on my feet and overcome the PayPal limitation.
Therefore, if you ever find yourself in a tight situation like I did, then you definitely should check out the ‘Get Back On PayPal’ manual.