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What is an unauthorized payment?
When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized. When someone makes a payment from a credit card, bank account, or PayPal account without the account holder's actual authority, the payment is most likely considered an unauthorized payment. Under seller protection, sellers who meet the eligibility guidelines are protected if the payment was unauthorized.