In order for you to print or download this agreement on the electronic provision of online documents and disclosure, other forms or communications or documents sent electronically, you must have a printer connected to your computer or have enough storage space on the hard drive to store the document. This agreement outlines the conditions for electronic delivery of documents through online banking. This agreement complements the online banking and payment agreement and disclosure. As a customer (“you” or “yours”) of the bank, you agree to abide by the terms of this agreement. If, after accepting the electronic receipt of the notification, you want a copy of a message we sent you earlier, you can request a copy within 180 days of the date we provided you with the message by contacting us as shown above. We will send you your paper copy by email. In order for us to send you paper copies, you must file an updated address as a “Home” address in your PayPal profile. If you request paper copies, you understand and accept that PayPal allows you to calculate a registration request for each message. If you apply for a paper form 1099-K, the request is not calculated; for all other communications, the registration requirement fees are set in Section 8 of the user agreement. It is your responsibility to keep your main email address up to date so that PayPal can communicate electronically with you.
You understand and accept that if PayPal sends you an email, but you do not receive it because your main email address in the file is incorrect, outdated, blocked by your service provider, or you will not be able to receive electronic communications, PayPal that communications are provided. You can revoke your consent to the e-mail receipt of messages by sending us “Attn: Electronic Communications Delivery Policy, P.O. Box 45950, Omaha, NE 68145-0950” or by contacting us via the “Contact” link at the end of each page of the PayPal website. If you do not provide consent to the e-reception of messages or revoke your consent, PayPal reserves you the right to refuse your application for an account, to restrict or deactivate your account, to close your account and a sub-account (for example. B a student account) or charge you an additional fee for paper copies.