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Payment company and vulnerability

I just updated some information with pay to your favorite pal .com (Pay*al) not the  actual name of the company, but it’s a payment company that most people use online.

I updated and added some additional information, some new email account. I did an inquire into what was happening, and this is what occurred.

The company Pay* basically had an email address that somehow got linked to a terrorist database. The original email is a perfectly innocent email address, so that should not have been there.

Rather than checking the new emails, they decided to try to get the new one’s added to a database, for no good reason, this is literally the practice way this company functions.

They decided to fill out a reporting form, but before doing this, they sent the information for the previous information, file to be updated, to two third parties not affiliated with the persons account.

Then after they decided that the emails were not enough to get the person readded to the database, cause it’s been about 2-3 years since the previous email was checked, or the file was updated. So they decided to try to get through a fraud charge, real story, I kid you not. They were trying to document that the person was using a previously stolen credit card. They were not, they were using a credit card that they had full permission to use, either a join card, or something similar. Something in a slightly different name, but never a question of legitimacy.

The card was also used about 2 to 3 years ago, so they could not use that person, so then they tried to show the person is still using the same card, but the old card is expired, and they are using their own. The now are trying to still show a stolen card, but the card is verified, in the persons name fully.

They then still try to put through their reporting form, the emails are removed from the account, and the previous files could not be updated, with innocent emails, or if they were, they should not be, so following up to see where the information was disseminated.

They then did this, a total vulnerability, and the chances this is where visa/debit fraud is occurring. They have a private arrangement with a third party who is a former CIA/informant, mole, he had a database, and they sent the persons details to this person. He has the persons visa/debit, expiry date, and pin, the information is showing up spiritually, and in several unaffiliated, non financial databases, it’s a vulnerability. But Pay*al do not have a problem with this. I am just following along.

The guy should not have access to this information for anyone, the reporting standards have changed, but so have the financial institutions, and the way they do things spiritually, the old databases need to be removed, and private information such as a visa/debit needs to not be shared.

The CIA need to do away with such old databases, and ways of getting personal private financial data from PayP  because that is all that is happening, they are engendering person information to be illegitimately disseminated, and they are enabling vulnerabilities to a well defined system.

Since this gap or vulnerability has been discovered, they need to do two things, when emails or other details are updated to this company, they need to see if the information is current. Without a by your leave, their goal was to ensure the persons emails were added to a terrorist database, for no good reason, no justification.

Then they tried to perpetrate a fraud saying the person was using a fake credit card, and they were not. Then being clear on that they unkindly gave out the persons private, visa/debit information, which violates their agreement with the financial institutions. Will they be fined, punished, asked to update their policies, effective immediately, or even to ensure they do not share private data with those secret sources, who have old databases, or even new databases would still be problematic.

Most people online use Pay*al, it’s a situation of trust, but the trust is not their, the practice is horrible, and I can’t believe the financial institutions will or will not be immediately fixing this gap, cause it’s a huge vulnerability, spiritually, and on the face of the planet.

The company is infamous in advance, but not in a way that makes sense. I don’t want mine or anyone else’s financial records being shared in such an infamous manner, or them sending private financial information to a third party that had no capacity or right to have access. Plus the CIA mole is not suppose to have access, considering his affiliation. This is a private arrangement they have on the side, that creates a vulnerability where private financial information is being shared, including approximately how much was in the account.

We need a private and anonymous way of processing transactions, which are not vulnerable.

December 31, 2013 - Posted by | Gang Stalking


  1. PAYPAL used to state that they would NEVER send you an e-mail to you out of the blue. Well, I’ve gotten some e-mails from PAYPAL or somebody pretending to be PAYPAL requesting my doing further business with them in recent months. Unless the company policy has changed, I’ve been bamboozled.

    Comment by Chaz | December 31, 2013 | Reply

    • They do send information out, but it’s interesting. Also google says don’t be evil, but some of their recent actions, are just plain old interesting.

      Comment by gangstalking | January 6, 2014 | Reply

  2. Yes we need an ID number that links us to our accounts. Time out for needing your s.s# for everything.

    Comment by madgirl | December 31, 2013 | Reply

    • We need a unique way of being identified and doing our business, without having too much of our information out there.

      Comment by gangstalking | January 6, 2014 | Reply

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