I would be leery of the PayPal 'Resolution Center'.
I did a purchase on e-bay and in a couple of days they told me the seller was under investigation and they are going to cancel the transaction and that I should go through the PayPal process to get a refund.
I did, and they wanted proof upon proof, which I provided (mind you, e-bay reached out to me!). PayPal told me they would share any information I provided to Pay Pal with the crooked seller. Strange. Anyway, I did everything they asked and they found in my favor, BUT, I had to fill out a local police report, which I did. Then they wanted the police report and, oh ya, they would share that with the seller!
What!!?? No way was I providing personal information that is found on a police report with a thief. The loss was small compared to releasing personal information. Pay Pal also said they would not modify the police report in any way after I asked certain information to be 'blacked out'.
I wouldn't trust Pay Pal, at all....The 'Resolution Center' is not always to protect you.
There, I feel better now.....