Several PayPal users, mostly eBay buyers from the Philippines, recently complained that PayPal selectively limits certain accounts. It was reported that this usually happens, after a user has logged in to the account. Worse, the account could be limited after an online purchase is almost
Forwarded this PayPal phishing email to firstname.lastname@example.org and got a reply several hours later: Thank you for contacting PayPal about a fraudulent (spoof) email or Web site. We appreciate you bringing this suspicious email to our attention. We can confirm that the email you received
Now that you have a PayPal account, you should be wary of emails you receive supposedly from PayPal. Although the email might have a header and logo similar to that of PayPal, most of these are actually phishing mails intent on stealing your personal information.
As of October 2007, the previous “Send-Only” PayPal Philippines accounts have been upgraded to “Send-Receive-Withdraw” status, meaning, PayPal users in the Philippines can now send, receive AND withdraw PayPal funds. With this feature, can now directly withdraw Paypal funds to your bank account, credit card or debit
Here are frequently asked questions related to PayPal Philippines and PayPal accounts in general. Can I receive and send funds with my PayPal Philippines account? Your PayPal Philippines account is a limited, send-only PayPal account. You absolutely have NO ABILITY at the moment to receive
If you still need to add a valid credit card in your PayPal Philippines account, which then would be better to use when purchasing online: your Paypal account or your credit card? PayPal Philippines account holders find themselves in this dilemma after discovering that for them
So you already signed up for a PayPal account. Do you know you can earn by referring others to PayPal? It’s possible using PayPal’s Merchant Referral Bonus Program.
Here are the steps to open a PayPal account. 1. Sign up for an account by visiting the PayPal website and clicking the “Sign Up” link located at the top-right portion of the page. 2. Choose the PayPal Account Type applicable to you. First, select