Question about PayPal Accounts
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just received an email
to verify it is from paypal just login to your own paypal account and the message will be in there. If it isnt forward it to paypal themselves so they can investigate. A word of warning when receiving any emails from anyone asking for info like this ,is to always type the web address into the browser yourself rather than clicking links they have supplied in the email
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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When you set up your PayPal account, you "Linked" it to your Bank account. With PayPal, any charges sent to PayPal (if your PayPal account has insufficient funds to pay the charge) will automatically and immediately be withdrawn from your Bank account. Your Bank account has overdraft protection and automatically paid the request from PayPal. (Because you have overdraft protection).
If you intent on continuing to keep your PayPal account 'linked' to your Bank account, in order to stop PayPal from accessing your overdraft protection you need to contact your Bank and ask that overdraft protection be removed from your Bank account.
In order to change your PayPal account being 'linked' from your Bank account to your Amex account, you'll need to contact PayPal and un-link your Bank account from your PayPal account and then LINK your Amex account to your PayPal account.
You can contact PayPal customer Service to assist you with this by clicking this link:
Contact PayPal Customer Svc. and logging in to your PayPal account.
In-so-far as anything being done about the overdraft fee, all I can say is - contact your bank, but they will probably tell you, no. You must pay for it under the circumstances - unless you had your Bank account linked to your Amex account for overdraft protection. (?)
Posted on Apr 19, 2011
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