Why was I charged several times for verification?
If you've requested the PayPal code more than once, there will be more than one corresponding fee on your card statement. All the charges are refunded into your PayPal balance within 24 hours, after you enter your latest PayPal code online and confirm your card.
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Why do I have to link and confirm my debit or credit card? It confirms your identity and verifies that you own the card associated with your PayPal account. ... When you link your card to your account by authorising PayPal to charge a small amount, PayPal generates a unique random code which displays on your card statement.Why has my credit or debit card been charged twice? Duplicate charges may be the result of sending a payment multiple times; for example, if you clicked the Send Money button several times . If the duplicate charge is the result of multiple payments that you made, the charges will not be credited to your card. You will need to contact the recipient to request a refund.Why do I need to verify my account? Verification lifts the sending and withdrawal limits on your PayPal account. Once you've reached the sending limit, you need to verify your PayPal account if you want to continue sending money.How do I find the fees I am being charged? You can find the fees you've been charged in your transaction history. Here's how: Log in to your PayPal account.How do I verify my account? You can use your debit card, credit card, or your bank account to verify your PayPal account. When your account is verified, the sending limit and withdrawal limit on your PayPal account will be lifted. Here's how to verify your PayPal account:What does it mean if a seller or buyer is Verified or Unverified? Verification increases the security of our payment network for sellers and buyers. Verification gives PayPal additional evidence of a member's identity and lets others know that you have completed this process.Can I receive money before my PayPal account is Verified? Yes. Once you've confirmed your email address and your PayPal account is activated, you can start receiving payments without being Verified .When I use my credit card or debit card to make payments, will I get charged a cash advance fee? No. When you use your credit or debit card to make payments, you will not be charged a cash advance fee to pay for eBay items, Services, Auction Goods (non-eBay) or other Goods. For these types of transactions, PayPal charges your credit or debit card only for the transaction amount.What is the chargeback fee? PayPal charges a fee to the seller when the buyer files a chargeback with his/her credit card issuer. If the transaction is protected by Seller Protection Policy, PayPal will cover the amount of the chargeback and waive the chargeback fee.What is a chargeback, and why did I get one? Chargebacks happen when your customer disagrees with a credit card charge and asks the credit card provider for a refund. Customers initiate chargebacks for a variety of reasons: An item is different from its description or is defective.What is the 1 USD (or local currency equivalent) authorisation fee? When you add a card, or update information on the credit card linked to your PayPal account, we make sure your card is still valid. We do this by temporarily holding a small amount on your card, but you will not actually be charged 1 USD (or local currency equivalent).Why has my PayPal code expired? A new PayPal code can be requested up to 2 times. All corresponding charges are refunded to your PayPal balance within 24 hours after you've entered the latest PayPal code online.What are micropayments? PayPal's micropayments price is 5% + $.05 and is designed for merchants who process low-value transactions (typically under $12 in value). The micropayments rate is available to all merchants and in all countries where Business accounts are available. If you sign up for micropayments, you will be charged the micropayments rate on all transactions regardless of payment size.How do I view, modify, or cancel my pre-approved payments? “Pre-approved payment” allows you to authorize a merchant to charge funds from your PayPal account based on the cycles or schedules you’ve agreed with your merchants. To view, modify, or cancel your pre-approved payments, simply follow the steps below: SettingsWhy does my withdrawal status show Complete but the funds aren’t in my bank account? If the bank denies the transfer and returns the money to your PayPal account, you’ll be notified by email and charged a return fee.What are the fees for sending or receiving payments? The fees for sending and receiving money depend on the type of payment: Purchase/Sale: PayPal doesn't charge a fee when you make a purchase. PayPal charges a fee per transaction if you receive money for goods or services (such as from selling an item on eBay).Why can't I add my card to my PayPal account? If your card doesn't have a card verification code (usually a 3-digit code on the back of your card), you can't use that card on your PayPal account.How do I add a debit or credit card to my account? When you add a card, you may be notified of a 1 USD charge to your card. The charge on your card is temporary to confirm if your card is ready to use with PayPal. It usually takes a few minutes to receive the refund back to your card but it can take up to 30 days depending on your card issuer.What is PayPal’s policy on transactions that involve credit repair or debt settlement services? Marketing services with potentially false or misleading claims. Charging fees prior to the completion of advertized services. Failing to provide adequate details in the contract offered to the customer, including the cost, description of services and timeframe for completion.
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