How To Add Bank Account To Paypal

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add bank account to paypalPaypal is the most secure way to make online transactions. Paypal has been introduced by Ebay, and hence we all can trust this largest online payment gateway. It’s safe, fast and easy. Many people say it’s very difficult to add or withdraw money from Paypal, but this is not the case. I think it’s the most convenient way to do transactions online. Even if you don’t verify your credit or debit card, you can withdraw money to your bank account. All you need to have is a bank account with any nationalized bank. Let’s know how to add a bank account to Paypal.

Adding Bank Account To Your Paypal :

1. Of course, you need to have a Paypal account first. If you don’t have one, make one paypal account.

2. Log in to your account and click on the Profile link. It’s there in the top navbar.

3. Choose Add/Edit Bank Account from the drop down menu and click on it.

add bank account paypal

4. It will take you to the bank account add/edit page. Fill up the details as asked in that form.

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5. Choose your country, write the first name of your bank account. The surname can not be edited. Mention your bank name and it’s IFSC code. IFSC code is a special code assigned to every branch. Write your bank account number, re-enter it and submit.

6. You have just added a new bank account to your Payal account.

After adding a bank account to your Paypal, you can directly withdraw money from your Paypal account to your bank. But in case of unverified accounts (when you have not added any credit or debit card) the maximum withdraw limit is $500 every month. After verifying your account, you can withdraw unlimited amount of money from your Paypal account to your bank account.

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4 Comments to How To Add Bank Account To Paypal

  1. Hi!

    I'm from Chennai, India. Nice and neat! I wish pay pal could take some extra effort Like you to make things a bit more easier for the customers to follow. Anyways, I have not been able to link my card for some weeks now..I have tried to confirm my paypal account twice (debit card), but i do not see any PAYPAL code next to my bank account debit statement. All it says is

    13/01 POS PRCH D 45.29

    13/01 POS PRCH D 68.31

    13/01 DEBIT D 0.53

    22/01 POS PRCH D 89.29

    25/01 DEBIT D 0.49

    Not even anywhere does it appear PAYPAL. I cant seem to find a contact number. I can only find Toll free numbers of other countries…I'm still trying to find the toll free for india..It would be really nice if i got just any contact number for Paypal India customers let alone toll free..can anyone help me? Thanks! Have a nice day all! :)

  2. @ Roopa : You can contact your bank and ask them all the details about the transactions including the merchant name and ID, from where you will be able to note the 4 digit verification number. You can also contact Paypal customer service by calling +18882211161. Use Skype to make free calls to the above Paypal helpline number.

    • hiiii em soniya from delhi…nd i hv creat paypal accout but i’hv some problem…so pls give me customet care number

  3. Thank you, this is the first time I understand this part. Everything is so confusing the first time. I have a question, my father has a bank account in the US (he lives there) is it possible for me to sell things from my country using his bank account with his name, his paypal account and MY credit card?? I hope you can help me. Thanks again!

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