cean_lumbaca wrote: »
Fellow PExers. How can I withdraw my money in Paypal? Wala kasi akong credit card. College student pa kasi ako. I am a freelance writer kasi...tapos yung employer ko doon finorward yung sweldo ko.
BTW. May bank account na ako sa Paypal. RCBC, the problem is I can't withdraw my salary.
Is there any other way I can withdraw my funds without having a credit card?
Thanks in advance!
pimp_c wrote: »
tanong ko lang sa mga gumagamit ng eon card pag ba naverify na yun paypal using eon card.
pwede ko na ba ilipat sa unionbank yung money from paypal? ang problem ko kasi kung saan ko encash yung money sa paypal..
sgt. marshall wrote: »
guys help na man i'm using a bpi debit card yung nakalagay sa paypal ay credit card . May cs pa wala na mn cs yung card ko . HELP PLS
bobneobux wrote: »
Hi Everyone Nag bebenta ako ng paypal credit. contact nyo ako sa +639206381968. ***** meron ako $250.
freelancer_babe wrote: »
When I was still starting out as a freelancer, I used Smart Money to withdraw funds from Unionbank EON using mobile banking simply because there is just one Unionbank ATM in my place. That mobile banking transfer only cost me P2.50 deducted from airtime load. Three or four years ago, withdrawal of funds via Smart Money was free in any BDO ATM.
I've also briefly entered loading business, so Smart Money was used in selling Smart e-load.
I've also transferred funds from one Smart Money to another Smart Money account.
I decided to stop using Smart Money at this time - simply because there are too many small charges associated with it. I get a better deal with simply using a savings account linked to an ATM. Plus, I don't do a lot of transfers anymore and I don't sell e-load anymore. I don't have much money to withdraw from Unionbank EON because I've used another bank for receiving my online earnings. Smart Money, had changed their game rules - they started charging P3 per withdrawal via their BDO ATMs. All the small charges could be expensive in the long run.
MichieMarie wrote: »
thanks for sharing the primary purpose why I got this Smart Money card was to verify Paypal... I'm also a freelancer yet I don't have a credit card because I am still a student :hmm:
freelancer_babe wrote: »
Ah! yes, it's a good (but not necessarily) better alternative to Unionbank EON - if Unionbank isn't available in your area. But eventually you need to withdraw funds, and only Unionbank doesn't charge any fee.
I've only tried verifying Paypal through EON and Payoneer (card I got from oDesk). I'm still have the old Smart Money card up to now.