Written on: 21/07/2012 by RachelAllisson (3 reviews written)
You see, my experience with Paypal was kinda mixed. I tried my best to avoid giving my credit card details to the actual vendor in the imported coffee website. I logged into Paypal, and created an account. Now, Paypal didn't authorize my account immediately. They made a point to check my credit card or something. So it took 24 hours. Then, I got an email that my card was charged by Paypal to verify it or something. ok.
Not sure why they needed to do that. All I wanted was to buy a 9,99 pound coffee from Jamaica. The thing is that now the connection between Paypal and the coffee place was broken. Everytime I pressed on the little paypal icon, I got a weird rejection or an error. Annoying! I don't understand why should paypal advertise that they work with a site when they don't really.
Eventually, I had to give my credit card details to the vendor. Not really the point of the entire thing I was trying to achieve, right?
And the outcome? My card details and my identity (hopefully) weren't stolen, but Paypal is spamming me so I had to put them in my junk mail filter in Gmail. It wasn't really worth it, really, right?
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