Paypal

HOW TO REGISTER IN PAYPAL

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When you register to use PayPal, you have to give your name, address, phone number, and e-mail address. You also have to make up a password.

You have to select a security question. The safest is your first pet’s name, your city of birth, or the last four digits of your Social Security number. You have to click to put a check mark next to the paragraph that says you have read and agree to PayPal’s User Agreement and Privacy policy. When you understand what PayPal’s about and what it expects of you, click Sign Up.

PayPal sends you an e-mail confirming your registration. The e-mail arrives, almost instantaneously, at the e-mail address you used at registration, and the message contains a link. When you receive the e-mail, click the link to visit the PayPal site. Enter the password that was used to create your account.

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You also have to add a credit card number to your PayPal account if you want to pay for anything with a credit card. If you don’t have a credit card — or would like to occasionally pay for things directly from your bank account — you have to register your checking account.

To register your credit card, you’ll have to input the name on the card, the expiration date, and the card verification number— the three-digit number on the back of the card, imprinted next to the last few digits of the card number in the area where you sign. PayPal also asks you to supply a billing address. when you enter all the information PayPal needs, click the Add Button. PayPal submits information to your credit card company for confirmation. This process may take a minute and the card is added .

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For your account to get verified, PayPal must be able to confirm that your bank account is really yours.

Here are some benefits of being PayPal verified:

  • You can spend up to $10,000 through PayPal in a single transaction.

  • You gain a higher level of account security.

  • You present a confident image as a buyer or seller. Verified status shows other PayPal members that you have passed PayPal’s security checks.

DR.SHIREESHA MADDALI