PayPal Gang Stalkers Didn't Hear The Shot

I still have to update the PayPal stalking case with fake phone calls, and the most current stalking. Where, by the way, PayPal never mentioned they'd be pursuing any action against me.

They're now trying to threaten me with a non-authentic looking letter. I might be nervous about the stress of proving their documentation as fraud and falsified, but I'm not afraid about non-existing debt, nobody has purchased.

However, they now for the first time allege from within my PayPal account that they are working with fake law firm Dobberstein (via stalked "missing" person from Ohio, Jillian C.) and Anna Maria Hodges who doesn't even live in Milwaukee on the letterhead.

Here's a data broker lookup of the email mentioned in the letter: CLICK, CLICK. Suggested numbers are associated with donation scam.

Dear Sima Albouyeh,

This is Andrew with PayPal's Office of Executive Escalations, and I'm reaching out to you about your Better Business Bureau complaint (20096691). Thank you for reaching out to express your concerns about the experiences you've had with PayPal. I understand that you want to be compensated for the experiences you've had and discuss other mentioned concerns, so I've addressed your concerns to the best of my ability in the details below.

In your demand letter you stated that PayPal falsely claimed you have had a PayPal credit card and sold a false debt to DNF Associates, LLC. While I can confirm that you do not have any active PayPal credit cards or lines of credit issued via Synchrony Bank, you do have a valid debt associated with your PayPal account under the email: I am not able to confirm that any debt has been sold to DNF associates, however, any questions related to DNF Associates should be directed to them via the information you have been provided.

Upon receipt of your complaint, on May 25, 2023, PayPal requested that all debt-recovery efforts be ceased on your PayPal account associated with the email: Nonetheless, PayPal considers the account debt valid. To resolve your negative account balance, please contact PayPal Recovery Solutions at 1-866-888-4178.

Regarding your concerns about identity theft; while it is PayPal’s practice to request identifying information on our platform, we do not utilize this information to impersonate any of our users. In July 2011 the Bank Secrecy Act was amended to state that Money Services Businesses (like PayPal) will be required to verify the identity of a person before we can provide them with various services or product offerings. The US Patriot Act also requires PayPal to implement a Customer Identification Program (CIP) that ensures the collection of customer data such as Name, Address, Date of Birth, and National/Tax ID Number (SSN). We are also required to verify this information. This is the same information your bank or credit card company would need to verify prior to opening an account for you. This is a standard practice and not indicative of identity theft.

If you feel that your personal information has been compromised via a third party accessing your PayPal account, you can request that your information be deleted. You have the right to request the erasure of your data. PayPal will process your request to the extent permitted by applicable data retention requirements and local regulations, such as data retention laws.

To request data erasure, follow these steps:

  • Log in to your PayPal account.
  • Go to the Settings icon.
  • Select Data & Privacy from the secondary navigation bar in the Settings menu.
  • Select Delete your data and close account.
  • Read the important information on the page and select Yes, Continue.
  • You cannot use Xoom, Honey, and PayPal Zettle linked accounts. Select Continue.
  • Select the email address where you want to receive updates on the progress of your request.
  • Choose the option for the data copy, if required
  • Choose a reason for the data erasure request and click Submit a Request.
  • Pass the security check by entering the one-time 6-digit security code. You will receive a confirmation email.

It is important to note that your account will be closed upon completing the above steps, and your personal data will be erased if you’re eligible.

Regarding your request for settlement in the amount of $10,000; as stated in the Other Legal Terms section of the User Agreement, "[Y]ou agree not to hold PayPal responsible, for any damages or losses (including, but not limited to, loss of money, goodwill, or reputation, profits, or other intangible losses or any special, indirect, or consequential damages)." Therefore, we are declining your request for settlement.

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to address your concerns. I hope the information provided paints a clearer picture for you on the actions PayPal has taken regarding your accounts. If you have any other questions or need additional help with this matter, don't hesitate to reach back out to us. Just reply to this email or send a new one to, and we will get back to you. You can also check out the PayPal Help Center for day-to-day questions you might have about your account.



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