CORP/BIZ Paypal Banned Anti-Pedo Group, While Pro-Pedo Group REMAINS On Platform

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
Paypal Banned Anti-Pedo Group, While Pro-Pedo Group REMAINS On Platform

This says it all about Paypal PedoPal

Published 2 mins ago on 23 September, 2022
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Paypal has hit headlines again this week for cancelling the accounts of more organisations and individuals engaging in political wrong think. And while the online banking platform banned an anti-pedophila group, a PRO-pedophila group remains able to do business via Paypal.

Paypal closed the account of Gays Against Groomers, an pro-gay rights organization that campaigns to expose sexualisation of children by perverts hiding behind the LGBTQ flag.

“The fact that an organization comprised solely of gay people, with trans contributors as well, is being banned from the largest payment processors in the country for opposing the sexualization and mutilation of children is shocking, to say the least,” said Jaimee Michell, the Gays Against Groomers founder.

“On top of that, we discovered tonight that while we have been banned, an organization that literally runs a support group for pedophiles is able to use PayPal’s services. It tells you all you need to know about the state of our society right now,” Michell added.

The organisation pointed out that while they have been banned, a group known as Prostasia is still allowed to use the platform, despite the fact that it promotes the protection of ‘minor attracted persons’ (woke terminology for pedophiles) and campaigns for the legalisation of child sex dolls and abolishment of the sex offender registry.

Paypal was previously accused of supporting pedophilia by South Carolina Senator Lee Bright, after the company along with 100 other business opposed the segregation of bathrooms by gender in the state.

Paypal will now forever be known as… #PedoPal



Veteran Member
Did a search and seen that Venmo is owned by Paypal.

Venmo is an American mobile payment service founded in 2009 and owned by PayPal since 2012. Venmo was aimed at friends and family who wish to split bills, e.g. for movies, dinner, rent, or event tickets etc. Account holders can transfer funds to others via a mobile phone app; both the sender and receiver must live in the United States. In 2021 The company handled $230 billion in transactions and generated $850 million in revenue.[1]

By default, Venmo publishes every peer-to-peer transaction (excluding the amount), a feature shown by researchers to reveal sensitive details about users' lives in some situations.[2][3] In 2018, the company settled with the Federal Trade Commission about several privacy and security violations related to this and other features, and made changes to the corresponding settings. However, Venmo continued to attract criticism for exposing users to possible privacy risks.[3][2]


Faithful Steed
PayPal made it impossible to work with them. So I don't.
Owner found similar. His account got "tagged" for potential mis-use about a year ago - so Owner simply quit using it.

MOstly he uses it for Ebay - but most vendors now take credit cards directly?

In July Owner started getting concerned about his Email getting hacked. He decided to "shut off" Paypal.

Owner had to prove six ways to Sunday that he was who he was - Copy of Personal Identification level - and his request to be removed legitimate.

Owner is now officially "out" of Paypal - which actually takes about a month for any "purchases" to clear.

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