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Likely you can sue the credit bureaus but any case against Paypal will probably have to be arbitrated. Over the years Paypal has changed their terms of service repeatedly and most of those have had a requirement for binding arbitration. When you choose your lawyer they can discuss the efficiency and cost of arbitrating with PayPal and suing everyone else or jus taking everyone to the same arbitration.
However, not all terms of service in all states have had the arbitration language so your lawyer will want to look at the actual documents which you were operating under at specific times. That means you will need to prepare a written chronology for the lawyer with dates as to when everything happened so that they will be able to get the correct agreements to review.
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