PayPal blocked payments to Canadian VPN service

Feb

6

2016

Paypal blocking payments to the Canadian vpn service UnoTelly. In an e-mail to the company refers to its terms of use PayPal, which among other things shows that services may not be used for facilitating copyright infringement.

TorrentFreak reports which PayPal even though Usenet resellers in the past closed , like torrent sites and hosting companies. UnoTelly is a company that provides paid VPN and DNS services and advertises the fact that they are capable of circumvention include geo-blocking. According to TorrentFreak, this Paypal shot in the wrong way and the company would therefore have proceeded to the blockade. With that kind of service would indeed copyright infringement can be facilitated.

UnoTelly subscribe to the news that the conclusion of the payment account happened without warning and there is no way to appeal against the decision. Therefore, the service is to look for a new payment processor. TorrentFreak also reports that PayPal might have regarded that provide similar services multiple companies. It is not the first time that PayPal a VPN service to shut these reasons, in 2013 happened already once at iPredator.

The question is whether it stays at this one incident or Paypal also behind other comparable services will go on. According to TorrentFreak so far as it would have come up in this case, because UnoTelly advertises explicitly with ‘unblocking’ services. The company advises users to their payment institutions change .

paypal email The email UnoTelly, according to TorrentFreak

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