In today's Examiner: Fears that Manx companies are being blacklisted by PayPal

Tuesday 5th September 2017 5:00 am
Isle of Man Examiner, September 5, 2017 ()

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The Isle of Man Examiner today reports on two companies that say PayPal has stopped working with them.

They suspect that it’s something to do with the simple fact that they are in the Isle of Man.

It has echoes of the news that we reported last month that some credit card companies are now not dealing with Manx customers.

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