At PayPal, we handle your data with care. Here’s how we use and protect your information – and help keep you in control.
Details like your name, email, home address, phone number and date of birth help us to confirm who you are and to deliver our world-class fraud protection.
Adding your funding source (e.g. card and/or bank) details to your PayPal account can enable you to check out, make payments and send or receive money more easily, in just a few clicks.
If we know where you like to buy and sell, we’re better able to recognise fraudulent behaviour and protect your account. We’re also able to offer you products and promotions that interest you – and less of those that don’t.
Manage what you share, how it’s used, and what you receive from us.
Any time you want to see, change or delete information stored on your account – or even transfer it to another online payment provider – simply contact us.
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On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR for short – came into force across Europe. The way we treat your data, and the control we aim to give you over the way it’s used, is consistent with the principles of the GDPR. We are taking this opportunity to enhance your experience and will continue to update you on any changes to our User Agreement and Privacy Statement.
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