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Log in to PayPal at https://www.paypal.com/

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Charge was on my credit card. Why is it also on PayPal account?


If your credit card is linked to Paypal it will appear on both, but the Paypal balance should be temporary and final Paypal balance then zero.

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My checking account shows charge from paypal but I didn't buy anything. How can I find out about this?


first check the paypal account, using not a link they might have provided, check your balance
if all is OK ignore it. If you agreed to pay with paypal abo and you dont want it anymore tell them, change Paypal password and refuse everything thezy want to book

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I payed for an item on ebay payment paypal. The item was cancelled by ebay who informed me seller had put back money into my account from where I payed.


Which account?
Did you have a "positive" balance in your PayPal account?
If so, PayPal will refund your payment back to that account.

If you did not have a balance, PayPal charged your credit-card when you paid. PayPal will "reverse" the charge. Go online to your bank, and check "recent credit-card transactions", to see the original charge, and the "reversal".

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How can I deposit a check into my paypal account


Here's how you can add money to your PayPal balance from your bank account:
  • Log in to your PayPal account.
  • Click Add Funds near the top of the page.
  • Click Add funds from a U.S. bank account.
  • Select your bank account (if you have more than one).
  • Enter the amount you want to transfer and click Continue.
  • Review the transfer details and click Submit.
You can also add balance by mailing a check, money order, or cashier's check to paypal
  • Make the payment payable to "PayPal Inc."
  • Write your name and email address registered with PayPal on the payment.
  • Send the payment to:
    PayPal
    P.O. Box 45950
    Omaha, NE 68145-0950
    United States
If you send a check, it will take 7 business days before the funds are credited to your account to make sure the check clears. If you send a money order, it will be credited to your account two days after being deposited in the bank.

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Can not make purchase through pay pal


The PayPal debit MasterCard is a quick and effective way to pay with PayPal, even if the merchant doesn't accept PayPal.

You can pay for any purchase with your PayPal debit card as long as the merchant accepts MasterCard debit cards, but sometimes you may run into problems when your debit card doesn't swipe correctly or is declined.

You can generally resolve any issues by logging onto your PayPal account and checking your balance or resolving any outstanding account problems.

Visit Paypal.com and sign in to your PayPal account.
Your "Transaction" page will appear.


Look at your "PayPal Balance" near the top of the page. If your balance is lower than what you're trying to purchase, PayPal will not permit the payment to go through.

Click on "Debit card" under "Account Tools" and click "Add backup now" to link your bank account with your debit card.

You can use your PayPal debit card even when your balance is zero if you select to add your bank account as backup; PayPal will take the money from your bank account.


Look for any red banners at the top of your page that begin with "Message."
Red messages are typically indicative of account issues.

You may receive a message if you requested a second debit card, if you used your debit card to buy a large purchase, used your card out of state or if someone hacked into your account; all of which may limit access to your account.

Click "Resolve now" and follow the steps to restore your account back to regular standing, which typically includes uploading a copy of your photo ID, two utility bills for proof of address and your Social Security card.

Click the "Contact us" link at the bottom of the page.
Click "Call us."

Write down the provided "Web PIN" number and call the customer service number if the above steps did not help.

The two main issues that affect PayPal debit cards are low balance or a limited PayPal account, but your card may have a bad magnetic strip or another issue that PayPal themselves can help you with.

or you might have to contact paypal give them a free call 1800-073-266
6.00 to 22.00 AEST/AEDT to resolve this issue

https://www.paypal.com/us/cgi-bin/helpscr?cmd=_home

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Account was cancelled. How do I reopen?


Reasons for Account Closure


In the user agreement, PayPal states the company's right to close a user's account if she engages in restricted activities.
Activities such as selling counterfeit items, reaching a negative account balance, or providing false or inaccurate information are only a few restricted activities that are grounds for account closure.

If you remove consent to receive electronic communications, such as removing your email address from your contact information, PayPal also reserves the right to close your account.
Dormant Accounts


If you fail to log in to your PayPal account for at least two years, the company will close your account.

If there is a balance at the time of closure, PayPal will send the balance to your primary residence or revert the balance to your state of residency.

If your address or registered state is unavailable, PayPal reverts the funds to Delaware.
You will receive a notice prior to the account closure and reverting of the balance.

Contact your state's unclaimed property administrator to claim the balance if PayPal reverted the funds to the state.
Recovering Closed Account Balance

If PayPal closes your account due to restricted activities violations and your account contains a balance at the time of closure, PayPal may hold the balance for 180 days.

If there are any fines or liabilities associated with your account closure, PayPal will deduct those fees directly from any existing balance.

If you are unable to recover your funds after 180 days, you may have to file a suit in small claims court to receive the remaining account balance.
Considerations


Once PayPal closes your account, there isn't much you can do to reopen that account.
However, unless PayPal indicates a refusal to services in the future, you can open another PayPal account, but it will not include your previous transaction history.

You must register the new account using different login information, and you can't use financial accounts linked to your previous PayPal account.

You must link a new bank account or credit card to the new account than those linked to your closed account.
https://www.paypal.com/au/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_registration-run

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How much does using pay pal cost?


FREE

To open paypal account
Pay someone with paypal account
Withdraw from your paypal balance to your bank account
Add money to your paypal balance from your bank account
To send money or recieve money when money comes from paypal or bank account

PAID

1.9%-3.4% +€0.35 to get paid on purchaces
3.4% + €0.35 to send or recieve money when money comes from debit/credit card
A cross border fee of 0.5% applies to payments received from senders in another country.

For more information

https://www.paypal.com/ie/cgi-bin/marketingweb?cmd=_display-fees-outside

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