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can i pay my bills with paypal?? just a lot simpler to pay from my account and not withdraw

also what if the cc is attached to a limited pp account?
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How do you do this trigun? Which pa yp al you using?

I have not explore pp much to see if this can be done so enlighten me...

On a side note, another solid question is would you feel comfortable letting pa yp al have your bills on record....think about it..
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How do you do this trigun? Which pa yp al you using?

I have not explore pp much to see if this can be done so enlighten me...

On a side note, another solid question is would you feel comfortable letting pa yp al have your bills on record....think about it..
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That just put a thought into my head that will cause me to wake up screaming every night for the rest of my life...

Can you imagine if you had to use PayPal for everything? They could question your food choices , your smoking , how much electricity you are allowed to use and even how much money you were allowed to spend every month...
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PayPal is not setup to pay bills, no.

You may have some places you buy at that take paypal, but you most certainly can not pay credit card or utility bills, etc with paypal. You can do these things from your online banking [Where it belongs]. Once you have bills setup with your online banking you can pay them with just a click. You do not need/want PayPal for this

PayPal is convenient, sure. But I want them involved at the very minimum I can with my finances...
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use paypal to pay for stock if you have an account you cannot empty for whatever reason.

other than this just withdraw to bank and then you dont have to play paypal games with you finances
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