New Paypal Policy TOS Effective Today: We Will Robocall You – Plus List of Numbers from which Paypal Calls

Effective today, July 1, 2015, Paypal’s new User Agreement (Terms of Service) goes into effect. It contains lots of small changes, and one big one: You consent to receive autodialed or prerecorded calls and text messages from PayPal at any telephone number that you have provided us or that we have otherwise obtained. Which is why we’re putting together a list of Paypal numbers from which Paypal calls.

How to Get Rid of All those Extra Shipping Addresses in Paypal (and, Bonus: Telephone Numbers for Paypal)

One of the more frustrating things about Paypal is how seemingly impossible it is to delete old shipping addresses from your account. Recently Paypal has taken to requiring you to select a shipping address each and every time you send money, even if you are sending money for something that requires no shipping address, and the list of old shipping addresses can require you to have to page down through several screens to get to the last option, “No Shipping Required”. If you are one of the legion of people who has been searching all over the Paypal website, and all over the web, for an explanation of just how to delete old shipping addresses from Paypal, search no further! Here is the definitive answer.

How to Change Your PIN Number on Your Paypal Debit Card

It’s happened to the best of us: you’ve forgotten the PIN number for your credit card or debit card. Specifically, this time, you can’t remember the PIN for your Paypal debit card. Never fear, because changing the PIN for your Paypal debit card is as simple as just creating a new PIN number for your Paypal debit card, which you can do easily from within your Paypal account – and you don’t even need your old PIN number to do it! Here’s how.

Facebook to Allow Sharing Your Address and Telephone Number with Third Parties

As if it isn’t bad enough that Facebook is sharing your private phone number with all of your Facebook friends, there has been quite a stir this week over the news that Facebook is moving forward with their plans to allow third parties to access your contact information, including your address and telephone number. While Facebook denies this in the press, Facebook themselves confirmed it in a formal letter to the U.S. legislature, signed by Facebook’s VP of Global Public Policy, Marne Levine.