Click “My PayPal.Me” in the top right corner of PayPal.me. If necessary, log in. Next to the @ sign under your name, you’ll notice your username.
It’s just as straightforward to send money using PayPal as it is to receive it. Click the “Send” icon while logged into your PayPal account, input the recipient’s e-mail address, type in the amount, and send it. There isn’t much else to say.
Because PayPal accounts are linked to email addresses, a PayPal address is just an email address that has been validated as a legitimate payment receiver. After you join up, you’ll get an email asking you to confirm your PayPal account request.
On personal accounts, PayPal requires users to use their true identities. You’ll need to set up a business account if you don’t want people you exchange money with on PayPal to know your true name.
It’s entirely safe to give them your email address as long as they don’t know your password, but if it’s a fraudster, you’ll start getting phony emails claiming money is in your account.
You can send money to anyone who has an email address or a cell phone number using PayPal. To get started, the recipient doesn’t even require a PayPal account, and there are no fees if you pay with your PayPal balance or bank account.
All you need to give the buyer is your email address to receive money into your PayPal account. For the money to be received, your email address must be confirmed within PayPal. We send you an email to confirm that you own the email address when you add it to your PayPal account.
You can request money with a personal PayPal account by logging in and selecting Request Money. Enter the email address of the person from whom you want to receive money in the next field. Include the request’s amount, a remark, and, if necessary, a second email address.
A user can only have two PayPal accounts at a time. The one for personal use is separate from the one for corporate usage. End-users can add as many email addresses as they want to accept/send payments.
Set up a PayPal business account with your pen name as the name of your company to mask your true name. Your personal name must still be entered into PayPal, but clients will only see your business name.
Go to your account settings by hitting the upper right icon in the app or online to see your account number and routing number. Click ‘Direct Deposit,’ and you’ll see a PayPal account number as well as the routing information you’ll need to access the IRS portal.