Oh, I'm so livid at what Paypal is doing that I'm going to file a complaint against them with the CA Attorney General. Paypal has frozen my funds and will not release them. 1) I have successfully authenticated with a credit card 2) I have successfully authenticated with a bank account 3) I have successfully authenticated a mailing address 4) I have successfully authenticated a phone number 5) I even posted every post office tracking number for my transactions 6) It's been 2 months since I've shipped the items, there have been NO buyer complaints and the Buyer Protection period has expired So Paypal wants me to give my social security number or they will keep my funds. In the Paypal User Agreement, no where does it say you need to provide your social security number. That is misuse of power and I really, really hope the CA Attorney General (former Governor Brown) does something about this. Paypal is saying give me your social security number or I keep your money. Social Security number is something I don't give away very lightly with the massive identify theft that is going around.