Re: Paypal problems?t

From: Alex F. Bokov (
Date: Mon Oct 22 2001 - 09:34:08 MDT


On Sun, 21 Oct 2001, Zero Powers wrote:

> Paypal is skirting the edges of being a "bank" but not having to comply with
> all the onerous banking regulations that apply to real banks. They know
> that they are already on the government radar screens and could easily be
> shut down if some bureaucrat decides tomorrow that they have been running a
> bank in violation of the regulations. Paypal has a lot to gain from staying
> on Big Brother's good side. Not only that, they don't need any hassles from
> the man while they are planning to go public. Wired magazine ran a pretty
> informative article about Paypal a while back. You can get it at: remember, potential entrepreneurs: incorporate offshore!

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