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What is PayPal's policy regarding transactions for prescription drugs?
PayPal restricts transactions for prescription drugs and certain products that are regulated by governmental agencies. In addition, transactions for certain medical devices must comply with all applicable regulations.
Prescription Drugs – PayPal prohibits all transactions for prescription drugs unless merchants receive prior approval from PayPal. PayPal also considers the marketing of a product and may restrict transactions for products marketed to function as a prescription drug.
Related Products – PayPal may restrict transactions for recalled drugs, unapproved drugs, and dietary supplements that have been banned by governmental agencies.
Medical Devices – The sales of medical devices must comply with all applicable regulations and PayPal may restrict transactions for products that violate those regulations.