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How do I withdraw funds from my PayPal account?
It depends on your country. To see the ways to withdraw money in your country, go to the PayPal worldwide page.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account .
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money by check:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw .
  3. Click Request a check from PayPal .
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to withdraw money to your credit card:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw .
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card .
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

You can transfer your balance to your bank account or an eligible card linked to your PayPal account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money to your Visa card:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit

If your withdrawal status shows as 'Complete', but the money isn’t in your bank account:

A Complete status means we have processed your withdrawal. It still may take your bank several days to make the money available in your bank account.

If there is a problem with your withdrawal, it may take up to one week for your bank to notify us. We’ll alert you by email if we learn of any problems processing your withdrawal.

You can transfer your balance to your bank account or an eligible card linked to your PayPal account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account .
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money to your Visa card:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw .
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card .
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

You can transfer your balance to your bank account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.
Note:
 
  • Withdrawal is available to confirmed bank account only.
  • Withdrawals are available in rubles only. Funds withdrawn in other currency will be converted to rubles.
  • Minimum amount to withdraw is 300 rubles.
 
You can transfer your balance to your bank account or an eligible card linked to your PayPal account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money to your Visa card:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.
You can transfer your balance to your bank account or an eligible card linked to your PayPal account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money to your Visa card:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.
You can transfer your balance to your bank account or an eligible card linked to your PayPal account.

Here's how you transfer money to your bank account:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw at the top of the page.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank account.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

Here's how to get your money to your Visa card:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click My Account.
  2. Click Withdraw.
  3. Click Withdraw funds to your bank card.
  4. Enter your information and click Continue.
  5. Click Submit.

 

How do I cancel a withdrawal?
Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled. Unfortunately, once you’ve requested a withdrawal from your PayPal account, it can’t be canceled.

Unfortunately, once you've requested a withdrawal, it can't be canceled.

 

Why did the withdrawal to my credit card fail?

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you added your credit card to your PayPal account doesn’t match the information your card issuer has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your credit card statement. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but the name on your credit card statement is “J P Smith,” you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you add your credit card. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send transfer requests.


You can help prevent failed future withdrawals by making sure your credit card information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your credit card and add it again.


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it.


To cover the costs of returned withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Why did the withdrawal to my bank account fail?

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.

 


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.

 

 


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.

 

 


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it .

 


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.


If you withdrew funds by wire transfer to your local bank account, we can help you track your withdrawal if more than 7 business days have passed since you have requested it. Please call us and provide your bank information. If you withdrew funds to your Hong Kong bank account, we can help you track your withdrawal if more than 14 business days have passed since you have requested it.


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it. Click Contact us at the bottom of any page.


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it. Click Contact us at the bottom of any page.


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it. Click Contact us at the bottom of any page.


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Most of the time, withdrawals fail because the information you entered when you linked your bank account doesn’t match the information your bank has about you.


For example, the name on your PayPal account must match the name on your bank account. If your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, you would need to use “J P” as your first name when you link the bank account. This is important because we use the name on your PayPal account when we send a transfer request to your bank.


You can help prevent failed withdrawals by making sure your bank information is correct. An easy way to do this is to remove your bank account and link it again.


If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you track it. Click Contact us at the bottom of any page.


To cover the costs of returned bank withdrawals, we charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

Following are some common reasons why a withdrawal fails:

  1. Your PayPal account is limited for some reason. In this case, please log in to your PayPal account and resolve the limitation first.
  2. The withdrawal amount is larger than your actual balance.
  3. The name registered on your bank account doesn’t match the name on your PayPal account. For example, if your name is James Patrick Smith, but you used “J P Smith” when you opened your bank account, the transfer won’t be able to go through. Please make sure that your names on the both accounts are consistent.

For withdrawal to U.S. bank accounts: If it has been more than 14 business days since you requested your withdrawal, we can help you trace the funds. If a bank withdrawal fails and the funds are returned to your PayPal account, we’ll charge a fee for returned transfers. Click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page to learn about return fees.

 

Can I withdraw funds to my credit, debit, or prepaid card?
Account holders in some countries can withdraw funds to cards with the Visa logo. To see your country's withdrawal options, go to the PayPal Offerings Worldwide page and select your country.

Note:

If no withdrawal options are listed, you cannot withdraw funds from your PayPal account at this time. We may add card withdrawal for more countries in the future.

You can withdraw money from your PayPal account to eligible Visa debit credit or prepaid cards.

Here's how:

  1. Go to www.paypal.com and log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click ‘Withdraw’ near the top of the page.
  3. Click ‘Withdraw funds to your card.’
  4. Enter the amount you want to withdraw.
  5. Select the card you want to withdraw your money to, then click ‘Continue.’
  6. Review the details and click ‘Confirm’ to request your withdrawal.

The money will be deposited to your card in 2 to 3 business days.

You can withdraw money from your PayPal account to eligible Visa debit credit or prepaid cards.

Here's how:

  1. Go to www.paypal.com and log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click ‘Withdraw’ near the top of the page.
  3. Click ‘Withdraw funds to your card.’
  4. Enter the amount you want to withdraw.
  5. Select the card you want to withdraw your money to, then click ‘Continue.’
  6. Review the details and click ‘Confirm’ to request your withdrawal.

The money will be deposited to your card in 5 to 7 business days.