this is the second error paypal is giving me while trying to withdraw funds X-D

… i smell something fishy going on, maybe the ETF Ponzi Scheme has started to collapse.

JPMorgan Chase and Paypal Strike Payments Partnership to Enhance Payments Online, in App and in Store

Chase consumers will be able to seamlessly link their Chase cards to PayPal and pay with Ultimate Rewards points when linked to Chase Pay where PayPal is accepted online and in app.

New York, NY Jul 20, 2017 JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) and PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), two global payments leaders, have announced a partnership that will make it easy to add Chase cards via Chase Pay to PayPal accounts, and will soon offer customers the option of paying with Ultimate Rewards points when linked through Chase Pay at PayPal’s millions of online merchants.

https://media.chase.com/news/jpmorgan-chase-and-paypal-strike-payments-partnership-to-enhance

JPMorgan and Chase is Rockefeller bank

“The bank also is closely associated with and has financed the oil industry,

having longstanding connections with its board of directors to the successor companies of Standard Oil, especially Exxon Mobil.

Chase National became the Chase Manhattan Bank in 1955[9] and shifted significantly into consumer banking. It is now called JPMorgan Chase.[12]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Rockefeller

a bit of PayPal History

“In March 2000, Confinity merged with X.com, an online banking company founded by Elon Musk.[17] Musk was optimistic about the future success of the money transfer business Confinity was developing.[18] Musk and then-president and CEO of X.com, Bill Harris, disagreed on this point and Harris left the company in May 2000.[18] In October of that year, Musk made the decision that X.com would terminate its other Internet banking operations and focus on the PayPal money service.[19] In the same month, Elon Musk was replaced by Peter Thiel as CEO of X.com. The X.com company was then renamed PayPal in 2001,[20] and expanded rapidly throughout the year until company executives decided to take PayPal public in 2002.[14][21] Paypal’s IPO listed under the ticker PYPL at $13 per share and ended up generating over $61 million.[22]

Shortly after PayPal’s IPO, the company was acquired by eBay in July 2002 for $1.5 billion”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PayPal

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