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I need to cancel an automatic payment to unclaimed money
Once you login in to your Paypal then in your account details you will see your account money other too. You will find your auto payment one of those section.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Oct 05, 2008
Login to paypal, check the account status to see what has happened to the payment. Generally if the account receiving is non-existant - the payment will not go thru. If it has gone thru then contact paypal ASAP to get it reversed or cancelled.
Here isa paypal customer service number, or you can access it though your paypal account whne you login using this link
PayPal Customer Service: 1800-073-263
6.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m. Monday to Saturday AEST
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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Here's how to do it:
1. Log in to your PayPal account. 2. Click History under My Account at the top of the page. 3. Choose Subscriptions from the Show drop-down menu. 4. Check the From box and change the date back to the year the subscription was created. 5. Click Search, and then click Details. 6. Click Cancel Subscription. 7. Click Cancel Subscription again.
Posted on Dec 11, 2009
i put money into a wrong account the seller has asked me to cancel payment and put it in his new account how do i cancel payment
Posted on Mar 10, 2011
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You don't actually have to transfer money into your Paypal account from your regular bank account in order to pay with Paypal.
Just make sure that your linked bank account is confirmed as your PRIMARY FUNDING SOURCE in your Paypal account PROFILE SETTINGS.
Then whenever you make a purchase using your Paypal account, the necessary funds will be drawn directly from your regular bank account automatically by Paypal.
If you already have some money in your Paypal account, then Paypal will automatically use that money first, then take out whatever remaining balance is necessary from your Primary Funding Source bank account or credit card.
So in short, you don't have to worry about putting money into your Payypal account in order to make a purchase. Just make sure you have enough of a balance in your bank account or credit card to cover it and the money will be transfered automatically by Paypal, as long as that account or credit card is set as your Paypal Primary Funding Source in your Paypal account profile settings.
Posted on Apr 25, 2011
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Sign in to PayPal.
Navigate to the "Profile" screen by clicking "Profile" button.
By default, your personal info will appear.
Click "My Money" to view your financial details.
Click the blue "Update" link next to "My Preapproved Payments."
A list will appear, with the merchants who you have agreed to automatically pay via your PayPal account.
All merchants you've ever agreed to reoccurring payments with will appear.
Click on the desired merchant.
Click the blue "Cancel" button next to "Status" at the top.
Click "Yes" when a confirmation box appears.
Once the payment is successfully canceled, you will see "Canceled on XX," where XX is the date.
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