Referring to it as "aggressive changes", Paypal has committed to changing its policies on how it goes about handling suspected fraud after the consumer says it's not fraudulent.
About David WhiteDavid White is a CPA and has spent the past decade as a financial adviser helping clients meet their fiscal objectives. With an appreciation for journalism, he has spent the past few years overseeing several financial columns as well as writing two previous finance blogs. He resides on the East Coast with his wife and two sons and has guided many through the recent recession while providing a no-nonsense approach to spending and saving.
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