I've bought something online. I had sufficient funds in my PayPal account to cover it, but

I've bought something online. I had sufficient funds in my PayPal account to cover it, but I didn't know it was in two separate currencies. Part of it was in American dollars, and part of it was in euros. Instead of just converting the dollar figure and making the payment, PayPal tried taking money out of my bank account, which of course, generated an NSF charge of $45 for me. It cost me $45 because PayPal was too lazy to convert the money. And they're not going to do anything about it.

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