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Username ArnettePic
Registered: 29-11-2021 (0 messages per day)
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Last active: 29-11-2021 at 10:04 AM

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Birthday: 23-8-1981
Bio: I look after a vape store directory site and wee have had
a posting from a vape shop in the United States that aadditionally offers CBD items.
A Calendar month afterwards, PayPal has contacted use to say that our account has been limited and have asked us to take away PayPal
as a payment method from our vape shop directory. We do not sell CBD goods such as
CBD oil. We smply provide marketing and advertising services to
CBD companies. I have checked out Holland & Barrett-- the UK's Reputable
Health and wellness Retail store and if you take a good
peek, you will witness that they sell a rather comprehensive range of
CBD product lines, particularly CBD oil and they also happen to accept PayPal as a payment method.
It seems that PayPal is applying twos sets off rules to many different firms.
Because of this restriction, Ican no longer take PayPal
on my CBD-related online site. Thhis has restricted my payment options and right
now, I am intensely contingtent on Cryptocurrency payments
and straightforward basnk transfers. I hav consulted with a solicitor from a Magic Circle law firm in Lonron and they stated that wyat PayPal
is doing is totally unlawful and discriminatory as it ought to be applying
aan unifform benchmark to alll companies. I am yet to speak
too another lawyer from a US law office in The city of london to see what
PayPal's legal position is in the Unitfed States.
For the time being, I would be very appreciative if anyone here
at could ooffer me wijth substitute payment processors/merchants that deal with CBD firms.
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