PayPal recently mad some changes to their legal agreement effective 29 June 2017 and these changes are made to the User Agreement, including the Buyer Protection Policy and the Seller Protection Policy.
Below is the details of PayPal Legal Agreement changes
Change to the Buyer Protection Policy
A new entry in the list of what items are not considered to be “significantly not as described” in clause 7.1 as follows:
The item was listed as used condition and you picked it up in person after examining the item.
In 7.3 Ineligible Items, we added “Send money transactions where the sender pays the PayPal transaction fee” as item that would be ineligible for PayPal Buyer Protection.
Changes to Seller Protection
A new entry in the list of what items are not covered under Seller Protection in clause 9.3 to exclude for coverage items paid for partial payments and/or split payments.
Changes to Section 11.3
The following sub clause has been added to the Clause 11.3 and numbered Clause 11.3(c)
We may hold, apply or transfer the funds in your Account as required by judgments and orders which affect you or your Account, including judgments and orders issued by courts in Singapore or elsewhere and directed to PayPal or its Affiliates;
In the bullet ‘How We Share Personal Information with Other Third Parties’ bullet point 6 will read
Law enforcement, regulators, government officials, or other third parties (in Singapore or elsewhere) pursuant in relation to a subpoena, court order, or other legal process or requirement under Singapore law or regulation, or the laws and regulations of other jurisdictions that are applicable to PayPal or one of its Affiliates; when we need to do so to comply with such law or credit card rules; or when we believe, in our sole discretion, that the disclosure of personal information is necessary to prevent physical harm or financial loss; to report suspected illegal activity or investigate violations of our User Agreement