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As far as PayPal is concerned, it’s basically the only game in town for receiving money and paying out commissions. I am looking into others, but people trust PayPal, so until they lose the trust of more people, then that is what we are going to have to use.
Luckily, we got everything resolved. We are in their good graces again. You really have to be careful what you put on your site. Read the terms. To do that just click Legal at the bottom of all their pages and you can select what you want to read up on.
In my case, I had an old site that I basically had written off and forgotten about that had pay per click on the site. Evidently PayPal doesn’t want to be associated with pay per click. So they limited my account.
I did want PayPal asked of me and the limitations were removed. Was I worried? Heck yeah, you never know what they may do once they limit or suspend your account. It’s nerve racking. Your best bet is to make sure your site complies with the vague terms of service and usage.