It's possible that the payment you're referring to has been stopped by PayPal internal security system. When a payment is stopped, it may be a pattern associated with higher-than-normal risk detected by their internal security system.
There are several reasons why PayPal payments may be rejected.
1. Rejected by the system fraud tool - transaction appears to be high-risk or fraudulent.
2. User payment limit exceeded.
3. Multiple payment attempts.
4. Different Paypal account profile data registered.
5. Insufficient funds.
Here are some things you can do to help improve the chances of successful payments:
- Confirm your bank.
- Confirm your card. Your card may need to go through a confirmation process. Please note if there’s no “confirm credit card” link on your card details page within your PayPal Wallet, you don’t need to complete this step.
- Send the payment using money in your PayPal Balance, rather than using a bank or card.
- Switch the payment method. If you tried making the payment with your bank, try again with your card, or vice versa.
If your payment won’t process with your bank account or you’re still having problems with your card, try:
- Changing your payment method at checkout. If you only have one payment method linked to your PayPal account, you’ll need to add another payment method before you can do this. You can add a credit or debit card or add your bank account.
- Confirming your recipient’s email address or phone number is entered correctly. Make sure the recipient has finished registering for their PayPal account by confirming their information.
If your payment is still rejected, you are advised to select a different payment method for the purchase, visit HERE to check for more payment methods available at SEAGM.