Tips For Using Paypal

Surely you’ve heard about this global payments platform such as PayPal, from my experience I explain a s guidelines to keep in mind before using the PayPal service. 1. Can you receive payPal payments? PayPal as a whole company handles its policies in an impartial manner and one of them is the availability to use in your country. Do you mean this? I describe it better with an example for better understanding: If you live in Colombia and opening a paypal account from that country, you can only send money to other accounts, i.e. you can only buy online payments, but you can not receive money and thus happens with most countries Latino (in fact there are exceptions) the reason for this is due to repeated scams and fraud committed by unscrupulous users Latinosis doing look bad to those who if we work honestly, why Paypal puts limitations. You can verify the availability of PayPal in your country: select your country and you will be the options available when creating an account and use this service. 2 If you can send and receive money in your country, is the Paypal service complete? Several countries where Paypal has personally lifted some restrictions there is opening an account PayPal where you could receive and send money, but after a while of using it limited me account, because they ask you to link a credit card or debit to work without any restriction. With the above you do not want to say not to use paypal, what I have just explained above is given in the case when you receive money and do retreats frequently in your paypal account, which can come from your online business, meanwhile can buy and receive any payments or funds with total normality in your Personal account. Mostly limitations are imposed on business account and generate constant earnings and withdrawals are made periodically. To conclude I recommend having more of one Paypal account with another email address and other information if you have problems with an account you can use the other. Oscar original author and source of the article.

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