Fortune Magazine is reporting that "PayPal tells users it will fine them $2,500 for misinformation, then backtracks immediately." Candace Owens mentioned it on Instagram.
"Next time you’re clicking through one of those impossibly long and impenetrable legal disclaimers to a company’s terms of service, it may be time to have a closer look.
A new policy in PayPal’s fine print triggered a storm of outrage over apparent plans to impose, starting on Nov. 3, a hefty fine of $2,500 any time one of its 429 million consumers and merchants expressed what the corporate brass deems to be misinformation.
PayPal quickly apologized over the weekend for what it called 'confusion,' claiming it was all just an error, but not before a a deluge of criticism from a number of high-profile individuals—including its own former president, David Marcus."
Reuters claims that it was a *error* - not a false report but a true report of what they claim was an error. Ya no kidding. Kiss your company goodbye. They actually put that in their terms and conditions. That is insane and clearly shows how ridiculous big tech has become.
When rich capitals fund and enforce Communism, it's not to share their wealth. It's to increase their wealth by turning consumers into slaves.
Pride cometh before the fall so it does.
This is like how Twitter deleted a tweet by the Florida Surgeon General Joe Ladapo then restored it after backlash. That kind of medical censorship is completely unacceptable.
Right before that Twitter suspended the account of another medical doctor named Peter McCullough. So what did he do? He instantly went over to Substack just like Dr Robert Malone did. No lie can live forever and big Tech sucks. Corporate monopolies are bad for consumers and for civil liberty.