RoboSigning (what Bill Me Later does) is Illegal.
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA -- Being "eligible" for BillMeLater apparently means it defaults your payment to BillMeLater (A service I never consciously signed up for). Robosigning is illegal. If millions of people check a box thinking its a simple agreement, when really it is going to charge them potentially hundreds of dollars for purchases they could otherwise make wish ease, it is called ROBOSIGNING. Illegal in business Law. I see hundreds of class action lawsuits and thousands of people getting together against BillMeLater, a service that is making PayPal look bad, and almost impossible to use. Instead of a 50 dollar payment going through, BillMeLater takes care of it for you! And Instead Bill Me Later charges your payment, plus interest, plus a bunch of other information it doesn't reveal on the website. Furthermore, when I go to try to pay off the hundred dollars BillMeLater is trying to steal from me through the PayPal website, the funny thing happens. I click on the BillMeLater link to try to clear it up, and it says I don't have a BillMeLater account, and I need to sign up for it in order to check how much I already owe, so I can figure out the amount. So this Billmelater Company, hundreds if not thousands of people owe money to, is a company leeching off people signed up with PayPal. Most people charged by Billmelater are NOT even signed up with Billmelater, but got scammed by PayPal.