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How do I get a PayPal payment off my card and into the associated bank account?

Asked by Dutchess_III (46807points) 1 month ago

I loaned my daughter $130 via PayPal. She paid me back!!! I’ve never received money before and I don’t know what to do!

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Tropical_Willie's avatar

It should go to the associated bank account direct.

Tropical_Willie's avatar

Check online to see it.

Kropotkin's avatar

Is it in your PayPal account? I don’t remember how exactly, but you can transfer it to your bank account.

Or just keep it in the PayPal account and use that for any online purchases via PayPal.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

Watch this. It’s only 1.5 minutes, and it explains how to transfer money off PayPal.

Caravanfan's avatar

You can set up your paypal account to link to your bank account instead of a credit card. That’s what I do. Same with Venmo.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well, when I send money via my debit card it immediately pulls it from my checking account. I don’t know why it wouldn’t work in reverse.
I called my bank. The teller’s response was “IDK.”
I’ll figure it out ‘ventually.

janbb's avatar

@Dutchess_III That’s what a debit card is for. With PayPal you have to link it to your bank account to deposit money. Look at @Hawaii_Jake ‘s video it makes it pretty clear.

Dutchess_III's avatar

Well the debit card is linked to my checking account. I just find it odd that it would transfer one way and not the other.

janbb's avatar

PayPal and debit cards are two different things.

Hawaii_Jake's avatar

@Dutchess_III Did you watch the video I linked?

Dutchess_III's avatar

I did @Hawaii_Jake. But it will charge me a percentage to transfer it. I’ll just let it sit and use it as I need it.

mazingerz88's avatar

^^I haven’t seen the video. But I’ve always thought that when someone sends me money thru Paypal and I ask Paypal to transfer it to my bank account, they don’t charge a fee for that transfer. I should check that out.

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