In this guide today we will be discussing PayPal limitations in particular, how and why do they happen, and most of all what you can do to avoid your PayPal account from getting limited.

A lot of people purchase our Pay Pal transfers service and a fair bit amount of those people don’t get their hand on the funds that they receive is because they fail to read our guidelines or they think they are way smarter than everybody else and this is what holds them back from reaching their goals.

It is very clearly stated in our terms for the PayPal transfer that we will NOT be held responsible nor will we resend the transfer if your Pay Pal account gets limited upon receipt of the funds, we can ONLY help you if Pay Pal placed a temporary hold on your funds as we will give you very straight forward instructions to follow and we will do the rest of the work required from the sender’s account.

So why does Pay Pal limit your account?

The reasons may come as a complete surprise as they are very straightforward and anyone with common sense can avoid those problems before they occur, Pay Pal might limit your account and freeze your funds because:

  • You received too much money into your account and you do not have any bank account or CC attached to your Pay Pal account.
  • PayPal is able to link your PayPal account with more than two other PayPal accounts (One Personal Account/One Premier Account).
  • Somebody filed a complaint with PayPal about you (a buyer or a seller or an interested third party).
  • You filed a complaint against somebody and it turned out to be a fraudulent complaint.
  • You initiated a chargeback with your credit card and lost it.
  • You initiated a chargeback with your credit card company before you filed a claim through PayPal’s Buyer or Seller Protection
  • PayPal believes you are trying to avoid paying PayPal fees by charging excessive shipping & handling charges for your item/services.
  • PayPal believes you are in violation of its User Agreement, Acceptable Use Policy or Privacy Policy.
  • You used your PayPal to purchase material that Pay Pal finds objectionable.
  • If you use a VPN to log in from a different country than a country you signed up for your PayPal account.
  • PayPal believes that your account information is not up-to-date.
  • PayPal tried to contact you over the phone and you did not answer.
  • You were the victim of fraud (example: you clicked on a link in an email that you thought was from PayPal but it was really a phishing website).
  • You reported to PayPal an unauthorized purchase made on your Pay Pal account.
  • Your IP is linked to somebody with a limited Pay Pal account

Although the list above is NOT exhaustive it will help you clarify a lot of misconceptions by answering your questions and giving you the ground to practice caution by ensuring that your PayPal account is verified before receiving funds into it.

With a limited or frozen Pay Pal account, you have NO access to your own money until you go through the verification process with Pay Pal which is a race against time you must get your account unfrozen before moving funds out and you will not get any protection against limitations when it comes to buying PayPal transfer as a service on

Pay Pal is also able to link your account with other Pay Pal accounts using these factors below:


  • IP
  • Computer VID (processor ID)
  • Credit Card/Debit Card (even if it was removed)
  • Bank Account (even if it was removed)
  • Phone Number
  • Last Name
  • Address (postcode)


  • UDID (iPhone)
  • IMEI (all mobile devices)
  • Email (that you used to download their app)
  • IP
  • Credit Card/Debit Card (even if it was removed)
  • Bank Account (even if it was removed)
  • Phone Number
  • Last Name
  • Address (postcode)


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