Who wants paypal anyway?
In the beginning it was an excellent way to pay on the internet without having to use a creditcard. Simply because I could transfer money onto my paypal account, and then do with it whatever I wanted. iirc (its been a while) you could also transfer the money back, but obviously I never did that.
I stopped using paypal right after they demanded full access to my bank account. Right now that is the only way to transfer money to a paypal account from Holland. Not by doing it yourself; but telling them to "transfer xx from bank account", but then nothing is stopping them from transferring an amount of yy or even xxx. Sure; you can tell the bank that something went wrong and hopefully they'll solve it, but why take the risk ?
Paypal used to be awesome wrt security because you could stash a predetermined amount of cash. So even if something did go horribly wrong you knew up front what amount you risked losing. But now they need to have your creditcard info stored or they need to have full access to your bankaccount.
Well, that was when I canceled my account since I no longer saw any advantages. After all; if I would be using my creditcard (which details got stored anyway) to pay, why not simply directly pay the company I was purchasing from? (I don't 'just' use my card all over the net anyway).