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Can I register a credit card on more than one PayPal account?

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.

To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click the Credit Cards link in the Financial Information column.

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click Financial info under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My financial info under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

No. For your security, you can register a credit card on just one PayPal account at a time. You may, however, register several different credit cards on a single PayPal account.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.

To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click the My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

If your credit card was registered to a different PayPal account, you need to log in to the previous account and remove the card before adding it to your new account.


To remove credit cards from your account, click Profile near the top of the page and click My money under My Profile. Then click Update next to the credit card.

What is a credit card verification number?
The card verification number (also known as the card security code) appears on most major credit and debit cards.  It’s a security feature that helps prevent fraud by confirming that the customer placing the order has possession of the card. For most cards, it’s the last 3 numbers printed on the back of your card. For American Express cards, it’s 4 numbers on the front of the card just to the right and above the card number. The card verification number (also known as the card security code) appears on most major credit and debit cards.  It’s a security feature that helps prevent fraud by confirming that the customer placing the order has possession of the card. For most cards, it’s the last 3 numbers printed on the back of your card. For American Express cards, it’s 4 numbers on the front of the card just to the right and above the card number.
Why was my credit card denied?
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.

To help protect your account, PayPal uses a complex screening process for credit card payments. This helps prevent lost or stolen cards from being used for unauthorized transactions. On rare occasions, the screening process affects valid cards.

A credit card might also be denied if:

  • The card issuer is having technical problems that prevent authorization of a transaction.
  • The card issuer sees a charge that doesn’t fit your normal spending patterns and blocks the transaction to protect you.
  • You’ve inadvertently exceeded the limit on your card.

If you know that your credit card is valid but your payment doesn’t go through, you might want to:

  • Contact your credit card issuer directly. Ask why your card was declined, and whether you can still use it. If you can still use your card, please try your transaction again.
  • Link a different credit card to your PayPal account.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.

To help protect your account, PayPal uses a complex screening process for credit card payments. This helps prevent lost or stolen cards from being used for unauthorized transactions. On rare occasions, the screening process affects valid cards.

A credit card might also be denied if:

  • The card issuer is having technical problems that prevent authorization of a transaction.
  • The card issuer sees a charge that doesn’t fit your normal spending patterns and blocks the transaction to protect you.
  • You’ve inadvertently exceeded the limit on your card.

If you know that your credit card is valid but your payment doesn’t go through, you might want to:

  • Contact your credit card issuer directly. Ask why your card was declined, and whether you can still use it. If you can still use your card, please try your transaction again.
  • Pay securely online using your bank account. You can link your bank account to your PayPal account in just a few minutes. The merchant never sees your financial or other personal information.
  • Link a different credit card to your PayPal account.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.

There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.
There are a few reasons why your credit card payment didn’t go through.

PayPal's process for accepting credit cards payments is rigorous. This helps prevent people from paying for things with stolen or unauthorized cards. The screening process is complex and, on rare occasions, it will impact valid cards.

If you know your card is valid but your payment still doesn’t go through, we suggest that you try another credit card or try your transaction again later.

Another option is to pay with your bank account. Paying with your bank account is a quick and easy way to keep track of spending and avoid using your credit card.

If you do online banking, it usually just takes a few minutes to link your bank account to your PayPal account. To start, just go to the PayPal website and click Sign Up at the top of the page.

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.

To help protect your account, PayPal uses a complex screening process for credit card payments. This helps prevent lost or stolen cards from being used for unauthorized transactions. On rare occasions, the screening process affects valid cards.

A credit card might also be denied if:

  • The card issuer is having technical problems that prevent authorization of a transaction.
  • The card issuer sees a charge that doesn’t fit your normal spending patterns and blocks the transaction to protect you.
  • You’ve inadvertently exceeded the limit on your card.

If you know that your credit card is valid but your payment doesn’t go through, you might want to:

  • Contact your credit card issuer directly. Ask why your card was declined, and whether you can still use it. If you can still use your card, please try your transaction again.
  • Pay securely online using your bank account. You can link your bank account to your PayPal account in just a few minutes. The merchant never sees your financial or other personal information.
  • Link a different credit card to your PayPal account.

To help protect your account, PayPal uses a complex screening process for credit card payments. This helps prevent lost or stolen cards from being used for unauthorized transactions. On rare occasions, the screening process affects valid cards.

A credit card might also be denied if:

  • The card issuer is having technical problems that prevent authorization of a transaction.
  • The card issuer sees a charge that doesn’t fit your normal spending patterns and blocks the transaction to protect you.
  • You’ve inadvertently exceeded the limit on your card.

If you know that your credit card is valid but your payment doesn’t go through, you might want to:

  • Contact your credit card issuer directly. Ask why your card was declined, and whether you can still use it. If you can still use your card, please try your transaction again.
  • Pay securely online using your bank account. You can link your bank account to your PayPal account in just a few minutes. The merchant never sees your financial or other personal information.
  • Link a different credit card to your PayPal account.
To help protect your account, PayPal uses a complex screening process for credit card payments. This helps prevent lost or stolen cards from being used for unauthorized transactions. On rare occasions, the screening process affects valid cards.

A credit card might also be denied if:
  • The card issuer is having technical problems that prevent authorization of a transaction.
  • The card issuer sees a charge that doesn’t fit your normal spending patterns and blocks the transaction to protect you.
  • You’ve inadvertently exceeded the limit on your card.

If you know that your credit card is valid but your payment doesn’t go through, you might want to contact your credit card issuer directly. Ask why your card was declined, and whether you can still use it. If you can still use your card, please try your transaction again.
How do I remove a credit card or debit card from my PayPal account?
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account.
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click Credit Cards under Financial Information.
  4. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
Here's how to remove a credit card:
  1. Log in to your account
  2. Click Profile near the top of the page.
  3. Click My money.
  4. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  5. Select the credit card to remove and click Remove.

A few things to keep in mind:

  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you remove your only card and have a confirmed bank account, you’ll no longer be able to make instant bank payments. Instead they’ll be sent as eChecks, which take 3 to 4 working days to process.

You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.

Here's how to remove a credit or debit card from your account:

  1. Log in to your account and click Profile at the top of the page.
  2. Select My financial info.
  3. Click Update beside Debit and credit cards.
  4. Select the card to be removed and click Remove in the Action line.
  5. When the new screen appears, click Remove at the bottom of the page.

NOTE:

  • If you cannot see a ‘Remove’ link following the steps shown above, you may have a restriction on your PayPal Account. To remove a credit or debit card, please resolve the restriction by completing the necessary steps which will be shown to you after you log in to your My Account. Alternatively, you can contact us by clicking 'Contact Us' at the bottom of any PayPal page and we will assist you further.
  • You cannot remove a card if you have a pending transaction or if your card was the backup payment method for a recent instant bank payment. Wait a few days and try again.
  • You may not be able to remove your card if you have a negative balance in your PayPal account. In this situation, you must bring your balance to zero or higher to remove your card.
  • If you only have one card registered and you remove that card, you will not be able to use the instant transfer option, even if your bank account has been verified.
  • You cannot remove a credit card yourself if identity confirmation has not been completed. If you want to remove a credit card from your account, please complete identity confirmation or contact Customer Service.

Identity Confirmation Method

Business account:https://www.paypal.jp/jp/contents/support/faq/faq-008/
Personal/Premier account:https://www.paypal.jp/jp/contents/support/faq/faq-049/

Can I use a credit card with PayPal?
 Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.
 Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.
Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.
Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.

Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard and American Express with PayPal. Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.

 Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.
 Yes. You can use Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express with PayPal.
Plus, when you pay with PayPal, you don't expose your credit card number to merchants.
Can PayPal resend the PayPal code for my debit or credit card so I can confirm it?
If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

Yes, if you can’t find or have misplaced your 4-digit confirmation code, we can send you a new code. You can request a total of 3 codes.

Here’s how to request a new code:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the Notifications box.
  3. Click Confirm Card.
  4. Click the Having trouble finding the code we sent? link.
  5. Click Send New Code.
It normally takes 2 to 3 business days for the new code to show on your online credit card statement. Depending on your card company, it may take longer. If you don’t have online access to your statement, you'll need to wait until you receive your paper statement in the mail.
If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:

  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

 

 

 

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.

If you want to confirm your debit or credit card, but cannot find your PayPal code, you can request a new one to be resent.

Here's how:
  1. Log in to your PayPal account.
  2. Click My Account.
  3. Click Confirm my debit or credit card in the To Do List box.
  4. Click Resend PayPal Code at the bottom of the page. If there is more than one card listed, choose the appropriate card from the drop-down menu.
  5. Click Save and Continue.

When you click Save and Continue, your card is charged a small fee. If you have online access to your card statement, it'll take a few business days for the charge to appear, depending on your issuing bank. If you do not have online access, you'll need to wait for your statement in the mail. Your unique, randomly generated 4-digit PayPal code is displayed on your statement near the PayPal fee. In the item description section, you will see it next to the word PAYPAL. You need it to confirm your card.

Note: A new PayPal code may be requested up to 3 times.