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how take money from an llc and paypal...

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by mayhemrr, Nov 25, 2011.

  1. mayhemrr

    mayhemrr Newbie

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    dear fellows,

    i have an llc based in delaware. i'd like to open a paypal account with that but i have not a bank account in usa. note i am not a usa citizen

    can anyone of you tell me the best ways to get verified by paypal and how can i collect money?

    maybe a atm card i can do with the llc name i can link with paypal...

    hope it is clear what i need.

    i see there are lots of posts about those issues here, but i get confused as no one tell in a clear way how it can be done.

    Thank you so much
     
  2. duimstra

    duimstra Regular Member

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    If you're not dealing with large amounts ($10k+) you can obtain a debit VISA/MasterCard and load your fund from PayPal to the card.
    That way you don't have to use a bank account.
     
  3. mayhemrr

    mayhemrr Newbie

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    many thanks, can you suggest me a card provider i can use. will i be able to use it to verify paypal account too?

    thanks for your advice
     
  4. mayhemrr

    mayhemrr Newbie

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    any advise?
     
  5. awtprod

    awtprod Junior Member

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    Greendot? I don't know if they work internationally, but they are pretty big, so probably.