If you don’t have an EON card nor Online banking access, you can follow this guide before proceeding with verifying your Paypal account. How to get an EON card and Online banking access
Verifying your Paypal account using Unionbank debit cards (EON, Classic …)
1. Log in to you PayPal account. If you don’t have an account yet, follow this guide.
* Go to My Account
* Point to Profile tab then select the option add/edit credit card. Or click the “Unverified” status near your account name
* Select VISA in Card Type
* Enter your Unionbank Debit Card number which is a 16 digit number.
* Enter the expiration date and the three digits Card Verification Number then click the “Continue” button.
2. A confirmation page will be displayed. Your card will be charged $1.95 but Paypal will refund it within 24 hours after you confirm your card.
To confirm your card, the charge creates a unique 4-digit code that will show up on your bank statement. You can go to the Unionbank branch and ask for your bank statement.
Tip: If you have enrolled on Unionbankph.com electornically you can get the statement right away as soon as it shows.
Note: It may take up to 2 days for the 4 digit code to show in your bank statement.
It takes only a few hours for it to show if you are using Unionbank’s electronic statement.
3. Once you have the 4-digit EXPUSE Paypal code. Login to your account again and then click on the Confirm my debit or credit card link on the Account Overview.
4. Enter the 4-digit EXPUSE Paypal code in the designated box and then click the Submit button.
5. Congratulations! You are now a verified Paypal member.
Note: Withdrawals using Unionbank doesn’t have any fees.
Paypal charge fees if you withdraw less than 7,000 Pesos. The fee is 50 Pesos per withdrawal.
Tip: It is best to use Unionbank for Paypal withdrawals. Any withdrawal to your Unionbank account has no fees. .
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