Posted on 08 July 2016.
Yesterday Brian talked about his experiences with Paypal.
I recently had wages (i.e. not a small article commission) delayed for weeks. I was unhappy to hear that they can even upgrade the delay to 180 days, if they want!
(Fortunately, they didn’t. But that’s hardly the point!)
I’ve been searching the internet, and it seems that there are innumerable complaints about Paypal. Read the full story
Posted in Biz News
Posted on 07 July 2016.
I’ve been a PayPal user for ages. If you mistake them for a bank, you do so at your peril, because they charge the highest fees, offer the lowest interest of all (zero, for the curious), and getting customer service is like trying to explain a card trick to Comcast over the phone.
Did I mention they are awful? Well, they are, and I’ll tell you why: Read the full story
Posted in Biz News, Technology
Posted on 27 February 2010.
Sarah Palin has been called many things: touchstone, villain, heroine, MILF, you name it. What cannot be denied, however, is the fact that Palin is a towering public figure—the sort of lightning rod that people are willing to dance with in order to gin up interest in their own causes.
When John McCain chose Sarah Palin as his running mate, PayPal was nearly brought to its secure-system knees as millions of hockey moms rushed to contribute to the McCain campaign. Coincidentally, even greater numbers of soccer moms and latte liberals contributed to Barack Obama’s campaign as soon as they heard Ms. Palin open her mouth, you betcha. There’s obviously a fine line between dancing with a lightning rod and sticking your tongue on one. Read the full story
Posted in Politics