At 11:53 PM GMT+8 on April 29, PayPal responded to us on Twitter Chat with a message acknowledging the numerous retweets (which we deeply appreciate!) by many of dotDB's users in response to the official announcement about the Permanent Suspension of our PayPal account.
I appreciate you clarifying that. Based on what you've shared, it does sound like your account has been permanently limited. I know that a permanent limitation can be unexpected and incredibly challenging. I'm afraid that a permanent limitation means that there is not another answer that we'd be able to provide. Additionally, it means that we'd no longer be able to offer you our services. I know this isn't the answer that you'd like to hear, and I wish I had another one for you. To maintain the security of the PayPal system, we are not able to share any specific reason that an account has been permanently limited. I would recommend that you monitor your e-mail for a notification that your funds are available. You can expect this approximately 180 days after the limitation was placed on your account. Thank you for your understanding, and I wish you luck in finding another payment processor. ^JW
Despite the efforts and assistance of numerous users, PayPal continues to inform us that our account has been permanently suspended without any additional explanation. We urgently require an explanation for this decision and need our account to be recovered immediately. We seek your help in spreading this message as widely as possible, through news outlets, press releases, and blogs, to draw public attention and compel PayPal to take this matter seriously and resolve it promptly.