Three PayPal users who’ve allegedly had their accounts frozen and funds taken by the company without explanation have filed a federal lawsuit against the online payment service. The plaintiffs — two users from California and one from Chicago — are accusing the company of unlawfully seizing their personal property and violating racketeering laws. They’re now proposing a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all other users who’ve had their accounts frozen before and are seeking restitution, as well as punitive and exemplary damages.
Lena Evans, one of the plaintiffs who’d been a PayPal user for 22 years, said the website seized $26,984 from her account six months after it got
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