Can I reopen my PayPal account?
No, once you close your PayPal account, it cannot be reopened. You can open a new account, but it won't include your previous transaction history.
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What information is required to open a Personal PayPal account? We also ask that you create a password for your PayPal account and choose two different security questions to answer. This information is necessary for us to protect you from loss of password, credit card fraud, or to contact you should the need come up.Does it cost money to open a PayPal account? There's no charge to open a PayPal account and to transfer money from your bank account to your PayPal account. There is also no charge to purchase items using your PayPal account .How do I close my PayPal account? You can keep your account open if you think you might want to use PayPal in the future. There is no fee to keep your account open and you can use it as often or as little as you wish.Which cards can I use with my PayPal account? A debit or credit card can be registered to only one PayPal account at a time. For security reasons, you can only add cards issued in the country where you opened your PayPal account .I paid with PayPal before signing up. Can I open a dispute? To file a dispute from a purchase receipt you will need to first register a PayPal account. Here's how to register your PayPal account : Access the email receipt from the purchase a dispute will be filed.My payment is on hold due to an open dispute, claim, or chargeback. Why? When a dispute, claim, or chargeback is open , the funds will be held in the seller's account and will not be available for use. The funds cannot be withdrawn and will be considered "disputed" until the dispute, claim, or chargeback is resolved. This ensures that the funds are available if a refund is needed.What are reserves? Why is there a reserve on my PayPal account? A reserve is a balance amount temporarily held in your PayPal account. It helps make sure that you're able to cover potential transaction losses from chargebacks, claims or payment reversals filed by your buyers, where no other funds are available. The reserved amount will be unavailable for use or withdrawal.Why is my account limited? Reliable institutions won’t ask you to share sensitive personal information this way, so don’t open any attachments or click on any links. It’s a good idea to report these types of emails to the mimicked company. If you receive one of these spoof emails from someone pretending to be PayPal, report it by forwarding the email to email@example.com.Who is impacted by FATCA? FATCA impacts holders of accounts that are outside the United States, and it requires us to collect tax documents or certifications from account holders stating whether or not they're . This includes, but isn't limited to, business entities and some individuals that open accounts outside the United States.What happens if I don't provide the FATCA information PayPal requests? If you're a new account holder, you'll be required to complete the certification we requested to comply with FATCA within 90 days of opening your account . If the certification isn't completed within 90 days, you'll no longer be able to send funds from, or receive funds into your account.Can I change my PayPal address to another country? No. The laws applicable to PayPal accounts differ by country, so you can't change your address to a country that is different from the country you used when you opened your account . If you're moving abroad, you’ll need to close your existing account and open a new account.How do I change my postal address? Please note that the country can’t be changed after you’ve registered. If you're moving abroad, you’ll need to open a new PayPal account to match the country you’re moving to.What is PayPal Seller Protection? PayPal Seller Protection is a form of protection that we provide for sellers with a PayPal Account . It is available for eligible payments made through eBay and outside of eBay which involve buyers purchasing through PayPal Accounts in any country. If your buyer files a reversal, claim or chargeback against you due to unauthorized transactions or for items not received, PayPal will cover the full amount of your eligible transaction and waive the chargeback fee if applicable.My dispute has been resolved, can I close the dispute? If the seller offered to refund your money, for example, make sure the money is in your PayPal account before you close the dispute. Once a dispute is closed it can't be reopened or escalated to a claim.How do I view the status of my PayPal dispute or claim? You can view the status of disputes, claims, chargebacks, or account limitations in the Resolution Centre. ... Click Open CasesHow do I accept or refuse a partial refund? Log in to your PayPal account . ... Open cases from the list.How can I cancel a Buyer Complaint? Log in to your PayPal account . ... Select Open CasesI sent money to the wrong email address but the payment is completed. What do I do? If you've made the transaction before November 18, 2014, you'll still need to open a dispute within 45 days from the transaction date. ... Log in to your PayPal Account .How do I download my transaction history? You can download your transaction history into Quicken, QuickBooks, or as a comma-delimited or tab-delimited file . A comma-delimited or tab-delimited file can be opened in any spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel. ... Log in to your PayPal account . ... Select a date range and file type.
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