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:
- Log in to your PayPal account.
- Click Get Verified below your name.
- Follow the steps to become verified.
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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.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 .What does it mean if a seller or buyer is Verified or Unverified? Account holders become Verified when they complete our verification process. To become Verified , log in to your PayPal account , click Get verifiedWhy 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 .Why do I have to link and confirm my debit or credit card? It increases security within the PayPal community. It confirms your identity and verifies that you own the card associated with your PayPal account . It limits the risk with stolen credit cards and fake identities.Why am I suspended from PayPal Seller Protection? How do I become eligible again? - Verify the customer’s order information before shipping, such as the address and phone number. If an order looks suspicious, contact the customer to verify information. ... Multiple separate orders from the same PayPal accountCan I withdraw money from my PayPal account to my credit card? No. You can only withdraw money from your PayPal account to your local bank account.How do I remove a bank account from my PayPal account? Here's how to remove a bank account from your PayPal account : Wallet Go to .How do I add a bank account to my PayPal account? Here's how to add your Hong Kong or US bank account to your PayPal account : Wallet Go to your .I do not have a PayPal account. How do I cancel a chargeback? To cancel a chargeback, you must sign up for a PayPal Account . Here's how:Can I add someone else’s bank account to my PayPal account? No. The name on your PayPal account must match exactly the name on your bank account.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.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.Can I view a monthly statement of my account? Here's how to view your Monthly Statements. Log in to your PayPal account . Click ActivityWhat information is required to open a Personal PayPal account? To open a personal PayPal account , you'll need to provide your name, address, phone number, and email address.How do I add additional email addresses to my account? You can add up to 7 email addresses to your PayPal account . Each email address can be added to one PayPal account at a time.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.Money was taken from my PayPal account by a merchant. How did this happen? You may have entered into a Billing Agreement with PayPal allowing this merchant to withdraw funds from your PayPal account . To see which Billing Agreements are in effect for your PayPal account: Log in to your PayPal account.
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