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Default Can I withdraw money to a debit card that has different name?

Hello, the question is simple: can I withdraw money from paypal account to my debit card that has different name, to my mother's card?

When I add the card I can just simply write that the card is on my name and write my name instead of hers, but put her card numbers.
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Default Re: Can I withdraw money to a debit card that has different name?

How did you get the option to withdraw to your card, my account only lists my options as my bank account?
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How did you get the option to withdraw to your card, my account only lists my options as my bank account?
Well, my account is registered as a Lithuania's account so we do not even have a possibility to withdraw funds to bank account, only to cards.
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Well, my account is registered as a Lithuania's account so we do not even have a possibility to withdraw funds to bank account, only to cards.
That is not accurate. Paypal giives 2 options for withdrawing funds from a Lithuanian account:

1) To your credit, debit, or prepaid card.

2) To your US bank account.

...and, yes, I can withdraw in mismatched names to my MASTERCARD but some indications has been given in here:

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/paypal-...tml#post724958

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That is not accurate. Paypal giives 2 options for withdrawing funds from a Lithuanian account:

1) To your credit, debit, or prepaid card.

2) To your US bank account.

...and, yes, I can withdraw in mismatched names to my MASTERCARD but some indications has been given in here:

http://www.aspkin.com/forums/paypal-...tml#post724958
So, if I want to add a card that has a different name than the account I should write my name in the field when I add the card, or card holder's name?
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Default Re: Can I withdraw money to a debit card that has different name?

You just add the number of cc not name.

(i think)
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Default Re: Can I withdraw money to a debit card that has different name?

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So, if I want to add a card that has a different name than the account I should write my name in the field when I add the card, or card holder's name?
All the details you provide for CC in your stealth PayPal shall match the infos you have used for creating it otherwise you link it to your real name and to the suspended account.
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All the details you provide for CC in your stealth PayPal shall match the infos you have used for creating it otherwise you link it to your real name and to the suspended account.
I want to do that on my main account, not stealth, I just want to spread the money coming out of paypal.

So when I add other person's card, I should write my name, not that person's right?
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