Step-by-Step Guide to Blocking People on PayPal
We often get into situations where we have to block someone on PayPal. This can be for a number of reasons – they’re abusive, they’re hacking your account, or you just want to block them.
In order to block someone on PayPal, you need to go to the “Suspend” tab under the “My Money” tab on your account. You will see a list of suspended accounts that have been blocked by you or another user from making any transactions from that account. To cancel this suspension, click “Disconnect.”
Then click “Block User” next to the account.
The PayPal login page is the gateway to all your PayPal account information. You can login from this page to access your account, update your personal details, and more.
In order for you to have a successful online transaction, it is important that you create a PayPal account and fill in the necessary information.
You can open a PayPal account and log in by visiting their official website at https://www.paypal.com/. All you need is an email address and password to sign up for a new account or log in to an existing one.
You will be prompted to enter these credentials when you log in for the first time or when updating your information (your email address or name). You may also be asked to provide additional verification such as uploading an image of your government-issued ID card (e.g. driver’s license).
How to Block Someone’s Access to PayPal
After being blocked, the blocked user cannot do any of these things on PayPal:
- Sending or receiving any money
- Sending or receiving money from other people who are not already on their list of friends and family
- Sending money to someone’s email address or mobile phone number
- Receiving money from anyone who is not already on their list of friends and family.
What are the Risks of Blocking Someone on PayPal?
Blocking someone on PayPal does not come with any risks. The only concern that some users might have is that they will not be able to check their accounts since they will be unable to send or receive money from the blocked user.
PayPal is a peer-to-peer payment service, which means it allows senders and receivers to transact directly with one another without any intermediaries involved.
Blocking someone on PayPal does not come with any risk.