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Can I cancel a payment that I've already sent?
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click History.
  4. Click Cancel under Order status/Actions.
  5. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click History.
  4. Click Cancel under Order status/Actions.
  5. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click History.
  4. Click Cancel under Order status/Actions.
  5. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund.

Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.

Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund.

Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.

Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click the My Account tab.
  3. Click the History subtab.
  4. Click Cancel in the Order status/Actions column of the transaction in question.
  5. Click Cancel Payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.

You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If the payment is complete, you can contact the person who received the payment and request a refund.

To cancel an unclaimed payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Cancel under Order Status/Actions.
  4. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.
Note:
  • A payment is automatically cancelled if the recipient doesn’t accept it within 30 days.
  • If you paid with a credit card, it can take up to 30 days for a refund to appear on your card statement.

If you want to request a refund for a completed payment, here’s how to find a seller’s contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If the payment is complete, you can contact the person who received the payment and request a refund.

To cancel an unclaimed payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Cancel under Order Status/Actions.
  4. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.

Note:
  • A payment is automatically cancelled if the recipient doesn’t accept it within 30 days.
  • If you paid with a credit card, it can take up to 30 days for a refund to appear on your card statement.

If you want to request a refund for a completed payment, here’s how to find a seller’s contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If the payment is complete, you can contact the person who received the payment and request a refund.

To cancel an unclaimed payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Cancel under Order Status/Actions.
  4. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.
Note:
  • A payment is automatically cancelled if the recipient doesn’t accept it within 30 days.
  • If you paid with a credit card, it can take up to 30 days for a refund to appear on your card statement.
If you want to request a refund for a completed payment, here’s how to find a seller’s contact information:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction.
You can cancel only unclaimed payments. If your payment is complete, please contact the recipient of the payment to request a refund. Unclaimed payments can be cancelled for the following reasons:
  • A payment sent to an email address is not associated with a PayPal account. Once the email address is added to a PayPal account, the payment is automatically credited to the balance of that account.
  • A payment is sent to a recipient with an unconfirmed email address. For security reasons, PayPal can only credit payments sent to a confirmed email address.
Here's how to cancel a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click History.
  4. Click Cancel under Order status/Actions.
  5. Click Cancel Payment next to the unclaimed payment.

Note: If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled.

If you cancel an eCheck payment or Instant Transfer, the money will be withdrawn from your bank account but credited back to your PayPal account balance. If you can't cancel the payment, then you still have the option to request a refund.

You can cancel only unclaimed payments. Here’s how to cancel an unclaimed payment:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Find the unclaimed payment, and choose Cancel under Order Status/Actions.
  4. Fill in the note to the payment recipient, and then click Send Cancelation.

If Cancel is not an option in the Order status/Actions column, the payment has been claimed and cannot be cancelled. If you want to request a refund for a completed payment, here’s how to find the seller’s contact information:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History.
  3. Click Details next to the transaction.

 Note:

  • A payment is automatically cancelled if the recipient doesn’t accept it within 30 days.

If you paid with a credit card, it can take up to 30 days for a refund to appear on your card statement.

 

What happens after I send money?

After you send money, the recipient receives an email notification of your payment. After clicking on the link included in the email, the recipient can log in to PayPal or sign up for a new account, and the money will immediately appear in his account balance.

Note: PayPal members must confirm their email address before the money will be credited to their PayPal account.

After you send money, the recipient receives an email notification of your payment. After clicking on the link included in the email, the recipient can log in to PayPal or sign up for a new account, and the money will immediately appear in his account balance.

Note: PayPal members must confirm their email address before the money will be credited to their PayPal account.

After you send money, the recipient receives an email notification of your payment. After clicking on the link included in the email, the recipient can log in to PayPal or sign up for a new account, and the money will immediately appear in his account balance.

Note: PayPal members must confirm their email address before the money will be credited to their PayPal account.

After you send money, the recipient receives an email notification of your payment. After clicking on the link included in the email, the recipient can log in to PayPal or sign up for a new account, and the money will immediately appear in his account balance.

Note: PayPal members must confirm their email address before the money will be credited to their PayPal account.

 

What are the payment types when I send money?

The payment types for a purchase are:
  • Services: to pay for things like your internet service.
  • Goods: to pay for non-eBay goods.
  • eBay Items: to pay for your eBay purchases.
The payment types for a personal payment are:
  • Gift: to send money as a gift, like for a birthday.
  • Payment Owed: to pay your friend back for your share of a dinner bill, or to other item that your friend paid for you.
  • Cash Advance: payment not involving the purchase of goods or services. Your credit card provider may charge fees for a cash advance.
  • Living Expense: to pay for things like rent or utilities.
  • Other: for other reasons that aren't a purchase of goods or services.
Note: Unfortunately, we’ve had to stop allowing personal payments to be sent to and from India. If you’re sending money for a personal payment to India, we ask that you find another way to pay until we’re able to restore personal payments to this area.


The payment types for a purchase are:
  • Services: to pay for things like your internet service.
  • Goods: to pay for non-eBay goods.
  • eBay Items: to pay for your eBay purchases.
Note: Unfortunately, we’ve had to stop allowing personal payments to be sent to and from Israel.
How do I send a payment by using PayPal?
You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your credit card each time you make a payment:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click More funding options in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.
Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

 

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click More funding options in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money will come from your personal credit card.
 

You can select the credit card to be charged each time you make a payment. Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal Account and click Send Payments at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click More funding options in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Review your payment and click Send Payment.


If you don't have a PayPal Account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can use Visa, MasterCard and American Express with PayPal.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:

  1. Go to www.paypal.co.il and log in to your account.
  2. Click Send Payments at the top of the page.
  3. Enter the recipient’s email address and the amount you want to send.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  6. Click on Choose Shipping Address.
  7. Select a shipping address or No Shipping Required and click OK or click on Add Address.
  8. Review the amount, the payment method, and shipping address.
  9. Enter a personal message to your recipient under Message (optional).
  10. Click Send Payments

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

Here's how to pay a Payment Request or a Detailed Payment Request:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click History and find the Detailed Payment Request or Payment Request.
  3. Click Pay under Order status/Actions.
  4. Review the information and click Continue or Pay.
  5. Click Pay Now to complete the transaction.

If you don’t have a PayPal account:

  1. Check your inbox for an email from PayPal.
  2. Click the Pay Now button in the email. If you don’t see the button, click the link in the email or copy and paste the URL into your browser’s address bar.
  3. Click Continue and follow the instructions to sign up for a PayPal account and pay.
  4. If you don’t want to sign up for a PayPal account, click debit or credit card and follow the instructions to pay with your card.

Important:

Your PayPal account balance is usually the first payment method used to fund a transaction. When you don’t have enough money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use the available funds and use your backup funding source (credit card or US bank account) for the remaining amount. If you don’t have money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use a different payment method on your account. Other payment methods can include your credit card or US bank account.

* We always try to use the cheapest funding source available on your account so that you will avoid having to pay currency conversion charges when possible.

Note:

  • You cannot set a default payment method on your account but you may be able to change it for individual transactions. To change the payment method for a transaction, click the Change or More Funding Options on the ‘Review your Payment’ page.
  • You cannot change your payment method after you send a payment.
You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

You can select your debit or credit card each time you make a payment:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
  2. Enter your payment information and click Continue.
  3. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Money.

Just keep in mind that if you have a balance in your PayPal account, we'll use that before your debit or credit card.

If you don't have a PayPal account, you can enter your debit or credit card information during checkout to complete the payment.

 

What is the maximum amount I can send with my PayPal account?
To see your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
 
Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking your bank account or credit card to your PayPal account.
 
To lift your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.
To see your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
 
Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking your bank account or credit card to your PayPal account.
 
To lift your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.
To see your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
 
Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking your bank account or credit card to your PayPal account.
 
To lift your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.
To see your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking your bank account or credit card to your PayPal account.
 
To lift your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.

If your account is Verified, there’s no limit on the total amount of money you can send from your account. You can send up to $10,000 in a single transaction. (This amount can vary, though, depending on your currency.)

If your account is Unverified, there’s a limit on the total amount of money you can send from your account.

Here's how to view your sending limit:


  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account near the top of the page.
  3. Click View Limits to see your sending limit.

You can lift your sending limit by getting Verified. Just link your bank account to your PayPal account or get approved for the PayPal Plus MasterCard or PayPal Smart Connect. To get Verified, log in to your PayPal account and click Get Verified near your name.

If your account is Verified, there’s no limit on the total amount of money you can send from your account. You can send up to $10,000 USD in a single transaction. (This amount can vary, though, depending on your currency.)

If your account is Unverified, there’s a limit on the total amount of money you can send from your account.

Here's how to view your sending limit:


  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account near the top of the page.
  3. Click View Limits to see your sending limit.

You can lift your sending limit by getting Verified. Just link and confirm your credit card on your PayPal account. To get Verified, log in to your PayPal account and click Get Verified near your name.

To see your sending limit:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.

Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking and confirming your credit card to your PayPal account.


To lift your sending limit:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click link and confirm your credit card.
  5. Follow the instructions on the page.

 

 

To see your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. Click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
 
Need to send more money than your sending limit allows? You can lift your sending limit by linking your bank account or credit card to your PayPal account.
 
To lift your sending limit:
 
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account at the top of the page.
  3. On the Overview page, click View limits next to your PayPal balance.
  4. Click Lift Limits.
  5. Decide how you want to lift your sending limits and follow the directions.

 

 

 

How will my payments be funded?

Your PayPal account balance is usually the first payment method used to fund a transaction. When you don’t have enough money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use the available funds and use your backup funding source (credit card or US bank account) for the remaining amount.

If you don’t have money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use a different payment method on your account. Other payment methods can include your credit card or US bank account.

* We always try to use the cheapest funding source available on your account so that you will avoid having to pay currency conversion charges when possible.

Note:

  • You cannot set a default payment method on your account but you may be able to change it for individual transactions. To change the payment method for a transaction, click the Change or More Funding Options on the ‘Review your Payment’ page.
  • You cannot change your payment method after you send a payment.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account or your personal credit card. If you use an eCheck, the entire amount of the payment will be taken from your bank account while your PayPal account balance will remain for future use.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you must enter a valid credit card to complete your payment.

Note: You may have the option to pay for your entire purchase using eCheck or PayPal Credit.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account or your personal credit card. If you use an eCheck, the entire amount of the payment will be taken from your bank account while your PayPal account balance will remain for future use.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you must enter a valid credit card to complete your payment.

Note: You may have the option to pay for your entire purchase using eCheck or PayPal Credit.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account or your personal credit card. If you use an eCheck, the entire amount of the payment will be taken from your bank account while your PayPal account balance will remain for future use.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you must enter a valid credit card to complete your payment.

Note: You may have the option to pay for your entire purchase using eCheck or PayPal Credit.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account or your personal credit card. If you use an eCheck, the entire amount of the payment will be taken from your bank account while your PayPal account balance will remain for future use.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you must enter a valid credit card to complete your payment.

Note: You may have the option to pay for your entire purchase using eCheck or PayPal Credit.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account or your personal credit card. If you use an eCheck, the entire amount of the payment will be taken from your bank account while your PayPal account balance will remain for future use.

If you do not have a PayPal account, you must enter a valid credit card to complete your payment.

Note: You may have the option to pay for your entire purchase using eCheck or PayPal Credit.

When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use another payment method linked to your account.

When you don’t have a PayPal balance or don’t have enough in your PayPal balance, we’ll use your bank account as the default payment method unless you select a different way to pay.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.

When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use another payment method linked to your account.

When you don’t have a PayPal balance or don’t have enough in your PayPal balance, we’ll use your bank account as the default payment method unless you select a different way to pay.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Note:

  • If you have PayPal Smart Connect, a PayPal Plus MasterCard, a PayPal Debit MasterCard, or an eBay MasterCard, you can make that your default payment method.
  • Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.
When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use a credit card that is linked to your account.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.
When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use a credit card that is linked to your account.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.
When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use a credit card that is linked to your account.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.
When you pay for something, the first thing we do is check your PayPal balance to see if it’s enough to cover the payment. If you have enough money in your balance, we’ll use it to make the payment.

If you have some money in your PayPal balance but not enough, we’ll use your PayPal balance plus another payment method linked to your account.

If you don’t have any money in your PayPal balance, we’ll use a credit card that is linked to your account.

To make sure you’re using the payment method you want, check the Review Your Payment page.

Once a payment has been sent to another PayPal account, the funding source cannot be changed.
Why can't I send money with my credit card?

There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money using your credit card:

  • You may have reached the sending limit for your credit card. Log in to your account and click View beside 'Sending and Withdrawal Limits' to find out.
  • You may have reached the spending limit for your credit card. Contact your card issuer to find out.

There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money using your credit card:

  • You may have reached the sending limit for your credit card. Log in to your account and click View beside 'Sending and Withdrawal Limits' to find out.
  • You may have reached the spending limit for your credit card. Contact your card issuer to find out.
There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money with your credit card:
  • Have you reached your sending limit? Log in to your account and click View Limits to find out.
  • Have you reached the spending limit on your credit card? Contact your card issuer to find out.


If you’re not able to send money with your credit card, you may be able to complete the transaction by paying with your bank account.

Linking your bank account to your PayPal account is secure and easy. If you do online banking, you can usually link your bank account in a few minutes.

Once you’ve linked your bank to your PayPal account, you're protected when you pay for things. Merchants get paid but they never see your bank information. They won’t even know which bank you use.

There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money with your credit card:
  • Have you reached your sending limit? Log in to your account and click View Limits to find out.
  • Have you reached the spending limit on your credit card? Contact your card issuer to find out.
There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money with your credit card:
  • Have you reached your sending limit? Log in to your account and click View Limits to find out.
  • Have you reached the spending limit on your credit card? Contact your card issuer to find out.


If you’re not able to send money with your credit card, you may be able to complete the transaction by paying with your bank account.

Linking your bank account to your PayPal account is secure and easy. If you do online banking, you can usually link your bank account in a few minutes.

Once you’ve linked your bank to your PayPal account, you're protected when you pay for things. Merchants get paid but they never see your bank information. They won’t even know which bank you use.

There are a few reasons why you might not be able to send money using your credit card:

  • You may have reached the sending limit for your credit card. Log in to your account and click View beside 'Sending and Withdrawal Limits' to find out.
  • You may have reached the spending limit for your credit card. Contact your card issuer to find out.

 

How do I send a payment in another currency?
Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 23 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for details.
Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 23 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for details.
Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 23 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Fees at the bottom of any PayPal page for details.
Here's how:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 24 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page and click PayPal User Agreement for information on those fees.

Note: Unfortunately, we’ve had to stop allowing personal payments to be sent to and from Israel.
Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

A fee will be included in the exchange rate if your payment requires currency conversion. To learn more about the fee details, please refer to the ‘Fees’ section in the ‘User Agreement for PayPal Services’ by clicking Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page.
Here's how:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 24 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page and click PayPal User Agreement for information on those fees.

Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

  1. Go to www.paypal.co.il and log in to your account.
  2. Click Send Payments at the top of the page.
  3. Enter the recipient’s email address, the amount you want to send and select the currency from the list.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Click Change in the Payment Method section and select your card.
  6. Click on Choose Shipping Address.
  7. Select a shipping address or No Shipping Required and click OK or click on Add Address.
  8. Review the amount, the payment method, and shipping address.
  9. Enter a personal message to your recipient under Message (optional).
  10. Click Send Payments
To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 23 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page and click PayPal User Agreement for information on those fees.

Note: Unfortunately, we’ve had to stop allowing personal payments to be sent to and from Israel.
Here's how:

1. Log in to your PayPal account and click Send Money at the top of the page.
2. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
3. Review your payment and click Send Money.

To see all the currencies that PayPal supports, click Worldwide at the bottom of any PayPal page and click 24 currencies. There is a fee when you request a currency conversion, click Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page and click PayPal User Agreement for information on those fees.

Note: Unfortunately, we’ve had to stop allowing personal payments to be sent to and from India. If you’re sending money for a personal payment to India, we ask that you find another way to pay until we’re able to restore personal payments to this area.

Here's how to send a payment in another currency:

  1. Log in to your PayPal Account.
  2. Click Send Payments at the top of the page.
  3. Enter the payment details, select the currency from the list, and click Continue.
  4. Review your payment and click Send Payment.


A fee will be included in the exchange rate if your payment requires currency conversion. To learn more about the fee details, please refer to the ‘Fees’ section in the ‘User Agreement for PayPal Services’ by clicking Legal Agreements at the bottom of any PayPal page.

 

What is an eCheck?
An eCheck is a payment that you make directly from your bank account.

Just like a regular check, it usually takes between 3 and 5 business days for an eCheck to clear and the money to appear in the recipient’s PayPal account.

Both eChecks and Instant Transfers are ways to pay with your bank account. With an eCheck, the recipient receives the money in a few days. With an Instant Transfer, the recipient receives the money right away.

To send an eCheck, just link your bank account to your PayPal account.

Linking your bank account is easy and fast. If you do online banking, you can usually link your bank account in just a few minutes. Once you’ve linked your bank, using it to pay for things is secure. Merchants get paid but they never see your bank account details. They won’t even know what bank you use.
An eCheck is a payment that you make directly from your bank account.

Just like a regular check, it usually takes between 3 and 5 business days for an eCheck to clear and the money to appear in the recipient’s PayPal account.

Both eChecks and Instant Transfers are ways to pay with your bank account. With an eCheck, the recipient receives the money in a few days. With an Instant Transfer, the recipient receives the money right away.

To send an eCheck, just link your bank account to your PayPal account.

Linking your bank account is easy and fast. If you do online banking, you can usually link your bank account in just a few minutes. Once you’ve linked your bank, using it to pay for things is secure. Merchants get paid but they never see your bank account details. They won’t even know what bank you use.
An eCheck is a payment that you make directly from your bank account.

Just like a regular check, it usually takes between 3 and 5 business days for an eCheck to clear and the money to appear in the recipient’s PayPal account.

Both eChecks and Instant Transfers are ways to pay with your bank account. With an eCheck, the recipient receives the money in a few days. With an Instant Transfer, the recipient receives the money right away.

To send an eCheck, just link your bank account to your PayPal account.

Linking your bank account is easy and fast. If you do online banking, you can usually link your bank account in just a few minutes. Once you’ve linked your bank, using it to pay for things is secure. Merchants get paid but they never see your bank account details. They won’t even know what bank you use.


Here's how to send an eCheck:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Send Money.
  3. Enter the required information.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Click Change.
  6. Select eCheck.
  7. Click Continue.
  8. Review the information and click Send Money to complete the transaction.
How do I choose a payment method?
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account, or your personal debit or credit card.

You can choose your payment method during the send money flow.  Here's what to do:
  1. During checkout, click Change or More Funding Options under Payment Method on the Review page.
  2. On the next page, select the payment method you want and click Continue.
  3. The payment method you selected will be used after your PayPal balance.

Tips:
  • Adding a debit or credit card or bank account to your PayPal account gives you more ways to send money.
  • An instant transfer is an automatic withdrawal of funds from your bank account to cover the cost of a purchase.
  • The default method of payment - after your PayPal balance - may vary depending on what funding methods are available on your account.
  • If you choose to change your payment method, you must do this for each payment that you send.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account, or your personal debit or credit card.

You can choose your payment method during the send money flow.  Here's what to do:
  1. During checkout, click Change or More Funding Options under Payment Method on the Review page.
  2. On the next page, select the payment method you want and click Continue.
  3. The payment method you selected will be used after your PayPal balance.

Tips:
  • Adding a debit or credit card or bank account to your PayPal account gives you more ways to send money.
  • An instant transfer is an automatic withdrawal of funds from your bank account to cover the cost of a purchase.
  • The default method of payment - after your PayPal balance - may vary depending on what funding methods are available on your account.
  • If you choose to change your payment method, you must do this for each payment that you send.

Your PayPal account balance is usually the first payment method used to fund a transaction. When you don’t have enough money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use the available funds and use your backup funding source (credit card or US bank account) for the remaining amount. If you don’t have money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use a different payment method on your account. Other payment methods can include your credit card or US bank account.

* We always try to use the cheapest funding source available on your account so that you will avoid having to pay currency conversion charges when possible.

Note:

  • You cannot set a default payment method on your account but you may be able to change it for individual transactions. To change the payment method for a transaction, click the Change or More Funding Options on the ‘Review your Payment’ page.
  • You cannot change your payment method after you send a payment.
Tips:
  • Adding a debit or credit card or bank account to your PayPal account gives you more ways to send money.
  • An instant transfer is an automatic withdrawal of funds from your bank account to cover the cost of a purchase.
  • The default method of payment - after your PayPal balance - may vary depending on what funding methods are available on your account.
  • If you choose to change your payment method, you must do this for each payment that you send.
When you make a payment, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance. If your balance cannot cover the full amount of your payment, the rest of the money can come from PayPal Credit products, your linked bank account, or your personal debit or credit card.

You can choose your payment method during the send money flow.  Here's what to do:
  1. During checkout, click Change or More Funding Options under Payment Method on the Review page.
  2. On the next page, select the payment method you want and click Continue.
  3. The payment method you selected will be used after your PayPal balance.

Tips:
  • Adding a debit or credit card or bank account to your PayPal account gives you more ways to send money.
  • An instant transfer is an automatic withdrawal of funds from your bank account to cover the cost of a purchase.
  • The default method of payment - after your PayPal balance - may vary depending on what funding methods are available on your account.
  • If you choose to change your payment method, you must do this for each payment that you send.

 

How do I change the way I pay for a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan?

When you make preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the fund is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance: 

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click Financial info.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.
When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My financial info.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, your PayPal account balance is usually the first payment method used. When you don’t have enough money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use the available funds and use your backup funding source (credit card or US bank account) for the remaining amount.

If you don’t have money in the required currency in your PayPal account balance, we will use a different payment method on your account. Other payment methods can include your credit card or US bank account.

* We always try to use the cheapest funding source available on your account so that you will avoid having to pay currency conversion charges when possible.


You can choose which payment method you'd like to use as your second option.

Here's how to change your back up payment method:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile at the top of the page.
  3. Click My preapproved payments in the Financial Information column. (Don’t see this step? Follow the instructions below.)
  4. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  5. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  6. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.

When you send money for preapproved payments such as a recurring payment, subscription, automatic billing, or installment plan, the money is first taken from your PayPal balance.

Here’s how to change the way you pay for preapproved payments if you don’t want to use your PayPal balance:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update in the My preapproved payments section.
  5. Click the name of the merchant for the agreement you want to change.
  6. Click Change in the Payment Method section.
  7. Select the payment method you’d like to use.