How do I send a payment request?
Here's how you can ask someone to send you money:
- Log in to your PayPal account.
- Click Request Money.
- Click Create a Money Request or Create an Invoice.
- Enter the required information.
- Click Continue
- Review the information and click Request Money to send a money request or Send Invoice to send an invoice
You can also ask several people at the same time. Just enter their email addresses, separated by commas.
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Can I cancel a money request or invoice that I've already sent to someone? A payment request will expire automatically after 30 days if it's not paid by then. An invoice will stay valid unless you’ve selected a due date before sending it to your recipient.Will an email be sent to my buyer when I cancel a Money Request/Invoice? No. To avoid confusion, no cancellation email will be sent when you cancel a Money Request or Invoice.My account is limited. Can I send an invoice to my buyer? No, if your account is limited, you need to go to the Resolution Centre to remove the limitation placed on your account, before being able to send an invoice to your buyer.How do I send an Instant Bank Transfer using my US bank account? When you send an Instant Transfer, money is securely transferred from your bank account to another PayPal member’s PayPal account. The recipient never sees your bank information. They don’t even know which bank you use.Which email address will my buyers send payments to? When you receive a payment for an item listed on eBay with PayPal as a payment option, the payment is sent to the email address designated in the Sell Your Item form for that listing.How do I send a payment to someone’s email address? You can send a payment to anyone if you know their email address. Simply follow the steps below: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).Can I cancel a payment that I've already sent? You can cancel a payment you've sent if its status is "Unclaimed" in the "Payment Status" column. "Unclaimed" means the recipient hasn't received or accepted your payment yet.What are the fees for requesting money and invoicing? There’s no fee to send an invoice or money request. You pay a fee when a customer sends you money.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.What is the difference between my postal address and my billing address? Your postal address is the address where you reside. Your billing address is the address to which your credit card bills are sent .How do I change my backup payment method? You can change your backup payment method before you send a payment using Instant Bank Transfer. Log in to your PayPal account. Click Send and RequestHow can I remove my Withdrawal Limit? Click View beside Sending and Withdrawal Limits. The remaining amount you can withdraw and send is listed.Do I need to confirm all cards in my PayPal account? Here's why you should confirm every card you add to your PayPal account: Linking and confirming your card limits the risk of stolen cards and fake identities. Once you confirm your card, the sending limit on that card is removed.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:Why didn't I receive the two small deposits? Once you've added your bank account details, two small deposits (each between 0.01 HKD to 0.99 HKD) are automatically sent to your bank account. Within 5 business days, you can locate the two corresponding amounts on the transaction history of your bank account.
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