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Post Paypal Heading to Coinstar Machines (NEW WITHDRAW METHOD?!)

PayPal Heading to Coinstar Machines | News & Opinion | PCMag.com.

Not available everywhere YET however users will be able to send money load money and WITHDRAW from their PayPal accounts
(PayPal accounts must first be registered for the service)
If anyone can look up if there are locations near them from PayPal.com

Read more on the article

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Not going to Work...Requires you to provide your SSN# or EIN#. You would trust Paypal on a Coin Machine?
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This would be a total fail! Can you imagine having a cam at coinstar just like an atm, take a pic of you, video and when you get limited and get a review on your account they review the videos + pics of the account holder? Talk about nwo! Fail! Imagine a world where you can only accept paypal for everything and your banned from your original paypal account so you would not make it in life. Crazy!
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Knowing paypal they would put a hidden camera inside and take a picture of you every time you visited the machine.
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Not going to Work...Requires you to provide your SSN# or EIN#. You would trust Paypal on a Coin Machine?
Only if I'm at the Casino.

Coinstar's standard 9.8 percent fee is deducted from all coin deposits, and customers are limited to adding $500 to their PayPal account from the kiosk each month.

10% fee, are they serious?

Higher rates than Tony Soprano.

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Knowing PayPal they'd put one of these on there
http://money.howstuffworks.com/atm-skimming.htm
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It would have a recording----


Hello Slim Jim

How are you doing today?

I see you are back for another 5000 quarters to cash out for the day.



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I bet they'll try and charge 3% on the withdrawal too
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I wish............
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Old news, coinstar and Paypal been going for a while now. Well at least in one location in Texas
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Awesome MM.

Was this one put in YOUR front yard?

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Only if I'm at the Casino.

Coinstar's standard 9.8 percent fee is deducted from all coin deposits, and customers are limited to adding $500 to their PayPal account from the kiosk each month.

10% fee, are they serious?

Higher rates than Tony Soprano.
It's weird, some years ago their fee was 6.9 or 7.9% now it sits at 9.8%. Its just insane at the rise of fees in the US these years. Everything raises besides wages, if I had a real job.

I would never in my sane mind load or withdraw money this way. To load money to buy stuff, I'll use my debit card for that, thank you but no thank you paypal. They already take enough fees with the double tag team of eBay and Paypal fees.
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almost 10% fee, thats just nuts! I rather buy giftcards online and cash them at the bank...
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Talking in truth can we stealthers use this coinstar or no?
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Even if stealth people could do it. Sounds like a limitation waiting to happen.
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I would like to withdraw 1 million quarters please!!!
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This has not hit Canada yet
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It will.

You and Stan can cash out every day!
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Talking in truth can we stealthers use this coinstar or no?
Look at my First Response.
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If you have a bank, why would you use coinstar???
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and if you don't have a bank? what's up with your posts, are you always in a bad mood?
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