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Default PAYPAL...which button to press

Just joined paypal again but registration seems different from last time.
I have.joined and.added vcc and then it asked me to add bank.details so i did that with a halifax esaver account....THEN a screen comes up about direct debit instruction. I have the option to submit or finish later
Do i go with the.finish later with this.being a.savings account.
Im stuck on that page so will await a response.then click the.correct.one
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Click submit so that it will send the code to your bank account for you to be able to verify paypal.
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Click submit so that it will send the code to your bank account for you to be able to verify paypal.
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no probs hun

you will only most likely get an email from paypal in a few days to say you cannot use that bank account because of the DD mandate, but it still seems to work for withdrawing fine, just not paying fees from your bank account, but you shouldnt pay fees this way anyway
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Just joined paypal again but registration seems different from last time.
I have.joined and.added vcc and then it asked me to add bank.details so i did that with a halifax esaver account....THEN a screen comes up about direct debit instruction. I have the option to submit or finish later
Do i go with the.finish later with this.being a.savings account.
Im stuck on that page so will await a response.then click the.correct.one
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Savings accounts don't work for verifying paypal because direct debits can't be attached to them, been a few posts about this recently
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Savings accounts don't work for verifying paypal because direct debits can't be attached to them, been a few posts about this recently
i verify all my accounts i create to sell & personal ones with savings accounts perfectly fine.
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no probs hun

you will only most likely get an email from paypal in a few days to say you cannot use that bank account because of the DD mandate, but it still seems to work for withdrawing fine, just not paying fees from your bank account, but you shouldnt pay fees this way anyway
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Never heard that before, I have a couple of savings with santander and direct debits cannot be attached to either of them nor do visa debit or credit cards come with either of them
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Never heard that before, I have a couple of savings with santander and direct debits cannot be attached to either of them nor do visa debit or credit cards come with either of them
yes the DD mandate does not work on savings accounts, but paypal still allows you to add that bank account to paypal itself.. you just cannot request funds from the bank account to pay fees etc.

You cannot add your bank issued debit and credit cards as they name and address have to match the paypal account, or it will not work.
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i verify all my accounts i create to sell & personal ones with savings accounts perfectly fine.
The issue is that savings accounts get the paypal account flagged.

Newbies do not need messages from paypal about bank accounts being removed and their accounts being checked.

Basic accounts & current are more ideal


That was always the method and avoid glitches.

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Default SORRY...paypal yet again

Im so sorry but more problems. I have code to verify bank.account but everytime i go to.enter it, the page freezes on my mobile and scrolling on my mobile becomes disabled.almost.
Have reset phone but made no.difference.
I could log into another phone that has been used in the past...go onto mobile network and hit ip changer and do what i have to do and.log straight back out again.is that a huge risk
Im at a loss as to what to do.
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The issue is that savings accounts get the paypal account flagged.

Newbies do not need messages from paypal about bank accounts being removed and their accounts being checked.

Basic accounts & current are more ideal


That was always the method and avoid glitches.

Ive already done it now....but hit another problem. Have just posted a new thread :-(
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no dont use the other phone if it has been used on another account before.. do you not have a computer?
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Default Re: SORRY...paypal yet again

Get an IP on a desktop, I noticed that the mobile site bugs for this on my end as well. Once I go to the page to put the code, it tells me to login, then stays there in an infinite loop.
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Get an IP on a desktop, I noticed that the mobile site bugs for this on my end as well. Once I go to the page to put the code, it tells me to login, then stays there in an infinite loop.
The OP does not have a desktop.

paypal UK is full of bugs and really hard to use.

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no dont use the other phone if it has been used on another account before.. do you not have a computer?
My son has a laptop....but no dongle.
Wifi is static so cant connect to that :-(
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I dont know what to do at all.
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Im clutching at straws here.but my other son has a mobile never used for ebay before coz he bought it last week. He.connects to our home wifi as has no credit to get mobile network. Could i tether his mobile to the one im using for this stealth just so i can log on
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Default Re: PAYPAL...which button to press

GB etc.... ive done it. Managed to do the code. So will ignore direct debit email that im going to receive.
I really hope i didnt make a wrong move with halifax esaver. I dare not open any.more bank accoubts and the two proper accounts i have i was advised to avoid. So ive pretty much forced myself into using a savings account. I hope it do3snt backfire on me
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Well done for making the effort.

I admire how hard you are working to get going again in stealth.

Let's be optimists now....

Onwards to good stealthing.

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Default Re: PAYPAL...which button to press

I have an esaver on a 2008, 2011, 2013 account and have had no problems.
But i dont let paypal debit my bank account for the fee's so they wont be able to see my real name.
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Well done for making the effort.

I admire how hard you are working to get going again in stealth.

Let's be optimists now....

Onwards to good stealthing.

Thanks GB....theres no way i would have slept tonight without sorting it out lol
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