We constantly post Paypal scam or phishing emails supposedly sent by trusted online brands (such as Paypal) in the hopes of warning people not to fall victims into these schemes. Here’s another one we received today. This one is very similar to authentic Paypal messages
I received an email today inviting me to answer a Paypal survey. A Sony laptop is at stake once I finished the survey. The invite was sent by firstname.lastname@example.org and it is supposedly administered on behalf of Paypal. Of course, I’m wary about these types
Here’s another job scam you should know about. This time, it involves the online currency Paypal. A PMT Facebook fan shares his story:
We received the following question regarding Paypal from a PMT reader: I have no credit card and bank account. How can I load money in my Paypal account? Is there a bank that will accept money to put it in my Paypal account?
We’ve written several articles before explaining how one can earn from Paypal. Since we started using it, we’ve already earned more than $500 referral bonuses. Last week, we got another $33 bonus from Paypal as seen in this screesnhot.
You’ve opened a Paypal account. There’s something on the internet that you want to buy but your Paypal balance is zero. You wonder how you can add funds to your account so you can start buying online. How exactly do you fund a Paypal account?
Very few local debit and credit cards can be used with Paypal. For those without credit cards, the UnionBank EON debit card is a usual option. For those with a BPI Mastercard, however, there now is an alternative “credit card” that can be used with
Although Christmas Day didn’t turn out well for my online Adsense earnings, New Year’s Day wasn’t that bad because PayPal gifted me with a referral bonus of $80 on that day (see screenshot below).