It’s time to withdraw some money from paypal
Public Service: The dollar rate today (May 26, 2010) is $1= 45.86 Philippine Peso. To those who always check the dollar rate in Paypal, you might agree with me that the rate is high today. So, I think this is the best time to withdraw some of your hard earned money in Paypal. If you will not use it, you have a choice to keep it in the bank or you can lend it to me (hehehe! just kidding).
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Shi Min ❤ says
Thanks for your tip. Wow, i didn’t know that there was an option to withdraw paypal funds. 🙂
By MelCole of PA says
Oo nga Sis Levy, nakapagpadala rin ako with that exchange rate to my bro in Philippines for his enrollment. Hahay, sana aabot nang 50’s to 55 next time exchange rate nu. I’m so dry these days, wala nga akong blog tasks eh 🙁
I withdrew mine @ Php 44.55 rate last two weeks ago, sna next time abutin ko pa yan LOL..
thanks for the heads up, if only i had more money in paypal now… 😀
sayang naman…nakapag withdraw na ako last week…tsk.tsk.tsk.
I don’t know if you can withdraw funds from paypal even without verifying through credit card, but what I did was verified it and after wards paypal will debit 2$ (I’m not sure of the amount) but they will refund it as soon as the account is verified. On your next billing statement you will see a paypal code and this is the code you will use to verify your account. Pag wala ka credit card try mo mag apply ng Unionbank EON check this site for more details: http://www.theladyprogrammer.com/how-to-verify-philippines-paypal-account-using-unionbank-eon/
Ellen Joy says
sis, how do you withdraw from paypal? regardless of the bank account you’ll use, kelangan talaga maverify muna yung account mo through credit card? 🙁 hindi ko kasi magamit yung sakin kasi wala akong credit card pang verify 🙁