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Withdrawing from PayPal to other than personal bank account

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by Slick_Rick, Jul 15, 2010.

  1. Slick_Rick

    Slick_Rick Newbie

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    Hi guys,

    Is it possible to Withdraw money from my PayPal account to anywhere else other than my personal bank account? For a few reasons I don?t want large amounts of income going into my personal bank account :).

    1) I could transfer the money from my PayPal account to a friends PayPal account, then have the friend withdraw it to there bank account (I would rather not do this).

    2) Could I get a PayPal Top Up Card and use that in an ATM machine? that way the money would never go in my bank account, right?

    What are my other options?

    Thank you all. I'll accept PM's also if anyone feels the need.
     
  2. TheHitman

    TheHitman Newbie

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    Why not just add your friend's bank account to your Paypal and avoid an extra step of having to transfer between PP's?
     
  3. Crixus

    Crixus Regular Member

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    You can have them cut you a check and mail it. Fee is $1.50 I think.
     
  4. slimshady002

    slimshady002 Newbie

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    Well for my country, Argentina, asking for a check costs $11usd and it cant be more thatn $500
     
  5. Slick_Rick

    Slick_Rick Newbie

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    But then doesn't the check have to go into my bank account? That is the only way of cashing the check? Or at least thats the only way in the UK, i think?
     
  6. Crixus

    Crixus Regular Member

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    You can cash the check at the bank the check is drawn from, not sure if they have locations where you are though.

    Also, the fee I quoted is for US, may be different for you.
     
  7. shravandude

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    Paypal account name and bank account name should match or else money wont be transferred.


     
  8. Slick_Rick

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    Any other ideas about this guys?

    If anyone feels they can help with this feel free to P M me too. I would be willing to pay a commission for help with this.
     
  9. mbsmith

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    Get a prepaid debit card that allows automatic payroll deposit. When you sign up for automatic payroll deposit, it will give you a bank account number and routing number. You can then withdraw the money with the prepaid card. Or you can just get a Paypal debit card if you just want to spend the money and you aren't worried about leaving it in Paypal for any reason.
     
  10. tbrizell

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    i would recommend the debit card they have as an option, other than a check or bank transfer i don't know of any other way. maybe split up amounts with bank and card or something
     
  11. churiel

    churiel Newbie

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    thanks. the information is very useful.