PayPal is one means via which people all over the world send and receive money online.
As is the case with any online service, however, PayPal subjects you to account limitations and, in some cases, outright suspensions.
If your account is suspended, you shouldn't panic in order to open a new account, all you need initially is a different email address but rather take quick action so that you can begin using PayPal's services again as soon as possible.
Create a new PayPal account online.
Visit the link listed Below
Select your country and language from the drop-down menus, then click "Personal," "Premier" or "Business," depending on whether you plan to use your account for online shopping, selling or your company, respectively.
Enter your name, address and phone number, then click "Agree and Create Account."
Enter your payment method details.
In order to use your new PayPal account to make purchases online, you'll need to have a payment method either a checking account or a credit card on file.
It's important to note that because your suspended account is linked to any credit cards or checking accounts you put on file when you were using it, you'll need to use different cards and/or accounts for your new PayPal account.
If you use a checking account that's associated with a suspended account, the system will reject it.
Use your secondary account as you would your normal account, keeping in mind that you should contact PayPal and ask them to reverse your primary account's suspension if you wish to use credit cards and checking accounts associated with it to transact online.
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