Good luck and remember that nobody is exempt from the Pay Pal rules and sooner or later they will zero in on you.
The more business you generate through them with adult content or perceived adult natured, the sooner they will have their little alarm software triggered.
Allow me to give you some examples of Pay Pal shutting down legit businesses which had a connection to the adult industry.
Recently a lovely webcam model opened up her webcam site.
On her very first sale her account was frozen and investigated.
Even a financial gift send from an adoring fan to your Pay Pal account with a note inside that is consider adult (vanilla or fetish based) in nature can trigger the investigation process.
Pay Pal's emailed responses to Reign's queries about the closures, which Al Jazeera reviewed,did not explain that they were related to webcam transactions but instead cited network “security” threats.
Porn production is legal in the state of California, where Conrad and Reign both work.
Since at that time she had a chipin button (which accepts Pay Pal payments) located on one of her fetish educational sites, they decided to close her account down permanently.
Now this of course brings us to a predicament since Pay Pal is the widest known 3rd party billing provider out there.