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Old 04-13-2009, 06:33 AM
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I have some money in my PayPal account (200) that I want to withdraw. But I don't trust that company one bit so I refuse to add my bank details incase the theiving twats try and withdraw money from my account should someone initiate a chargeback.

How do I get my money out of PayPal? The only options its giving me are to register my bank account details and have it deposited there (which I don't want to do as stated above), or send the money to someone else.

So if I send the money to my friends paypal account as a gift or as for payment for something or other, can paypal take it back off them should MY account be issued with a chargeback?

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Old 05-06-2009, 01:52 AM
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You Cant win them?They are a " Legal" Con Co.ive been trying for SEVEN months to get my Grand they owe me.all you can do after they have your details,is change your bank account.Good luck.
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Old 09-24-2009, 02:34 AM
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Yep, the funds can be taken back if you forward them to someone else and it turns out there is a problem. If your that concerned about adding your bank account, DON"T USE PAYPAL.

Saying that, if you add a bank account, withdraw the funds and a disput/chargeback happens, PayPal can stop the transfer, but if it has completed, they can't go into your bank account to get the money. You account will remain negative, but if you have auto payment for ebay or someone else or you buy something, you have just given them permission to go to your bank account to resolve then negative balance.

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Old 10-04-2009, 09:35 AM
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You can have PayPal send you a paper check rather than an electronic transfer.


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I have some money in my PayPal account (200) that I want to withdraw. But I don't trust that company one bit so I refuse to add my bank details incase the theiving twats try and withdraw money from my account should someone initiate a chargeback.

How do I get my money out of PayPal? The only options its giving me are to register my bank account details and have it deposited there (which I don't want to do as stated above), or send the money to someone else.

So if I send the money to my friends paypal account as a gift or as for payment for something or other, can paypal take it back off them should MY account be issued with a chargeback?

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Old 10-07-2009, 06:47 AM
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in fact no.

I just asked PayPal to send paper check to me after I close my PayPal account.
PayPal said no. I had to have my bank account to withdraw all my PayPal balance, then I can go ahead to close it.

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Old 08-01-2010, 11:15 AM
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I have some money in my PayPal account (200) that I want to withdraw. But I don't trust that company one bit so I refuse to add my bank details incase the theiving twats try and withdraw money from my account should someone initiate a chargeback.

How do I get my money out of PayPal? The only options its giving me are to register my bank account details and have it deposited there (which I don't want to do as stated above), or send the money to someone else.

So if I send the money to my friends paypal account as a gift or as for payment for something or other, can paypal take it back off them should MY account be issued with a chargeback?

Makka, that is over the top. Just add your bank account then withdraw the money then delete the bank account.

In any case, if you do not verify the bank by telling them the amounts the put into your account, no direct debit is setup and they cannot physically remove money from it. No one can, no company, no person can. Just by giving a sort code and account number out does not mean someone can take money out, they can only put money in.

Plus if you do confirm it thus setting a direct debit up, if they took money out without your consent, you are then proctected by the direct debit guarantee which the banks legally have to put the money back into your account IMMEDIATELY after you tell them that a certain transaction is not authorised.

Direct Debit Guarantee

So just do that, put your account details on, withdraw the funds and if you are worried, delete them. Simple.

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Old 08-01-2010, 11:17 AM
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Yep, the funds can be taken back if you forward them to someone else and it turns out there is a problem. If your that concerned about adding your bank account, DON"T USE PAYPAL.

Saying that, if you add a bank account, withdraw the funds and a disput/chargeback happens, PayPal can stop the transfer, but if it has completed, they can't go into your bank account to get the money. You account will remain negative, but if you have auto payment for ebay or someone else or you buy something, you have just given them permission to go to your bank account to resolve then negative balance.
No they can not. They can be taken back to your paypal account but not the actual bank account. Paypal are not a bank, people should realise that. They are not covered by the same regulations as banks are.

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Old 09-10-2011, 09:41 PM
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If you don't like to use your bank account, credit card or sending it to another paypal, The only way is to try a third party solution such as 2CO,Fast Spring,plimus etc.

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Old 09-15-2011, 01:16 AM
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Hello guys, is anyone who can give me a knowledge on how to connect my Visa card to Paypal?

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Old 09-15-2011, 10:25 AM
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As I'm aware that feature is not available in all Paypal accounts, only some country paypals support for card withdrawals.

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