If this is true it is news to me. So if my Amazon account is compromised and someone orders a thousand dollars worth of stuff, then Amazon will refund me if I prove the purchase is fraudulent? I thought that would have to be taken up with my bank. Like I said I just wanted to understand the outrage, because I was always under the impression my account info and bank info is my responsibility not a seller
PayPal is linked to a bank, card etc yeah? If a fraudulent transaction happens with PayPal, then it's common for PayPal to reverse the transaction.
When I've had issues with PayPal I've dealt with PayPal, they've done the fraud investigations and ultimately reversed the transaction. I've not chased my card provider linked to my PayPal.
Again with Amazon when I've had issues with my account Amazon have dealt with and resolved the issue.
Going to the card provider e.g a credit card company is a good fall back to have but they're certainly not the people I go to in the first instance