PayPal: Mobile Cash

PayPal: Mobile Cash Software


Rating 5/5 | 2935 Votes | 2020-01-07

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About: PayPal provides online payment solutions to its users worldwide.
Headquarters: San Jose, California, United States.

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Product Details and Description of PayPal: Mobile Cash

The improved PayPal mobile app is the secure way to send, receive, and access your money from almost anywhere. With our improved app, you'll get the convenience you want, paired with the secure transactions you've come to trust from PayPal. Plus, there are no transaction fees when sending money to Friends and Family in the U.S. when you use your bank account or balance. HELP KEEP YOUR FINANCIAL INFORMATION PRIVATE AND PROTECTED You can get peace of mind you deserve with: 24/7 transaction monitoring Secure encryption technology Fraud protection Fingerprint and two-factor authentication (activation required) SEND MONEY TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY FOR FREE It’s free to send money to Friends and Family in the U.S. using your bank account or PayPal balance. Settle up for your share of the bill, send a loved one the gift of money, or request money from a friend with ease. PAY FOR GOODS AND SERVICES WITH CONFIDENCE Sending money to someone you don't know? With PayPal, you can send it with confidence. When selecting Goods & Services, your eligible send money transactions can be protected by Purchase Protection. Terms and Limitations apply. And, if the recipient doesn't have a PayPal account, can open one easily for free. ACCESS YOUR BALANCE INSTANTLY WITH THE PAYPAL CASH CARD Easily transfer funds from your bank to your PayPal account and access your balance with the PayPal Cash Card. Shop in-store, online or anywhere Mastercard is accepted. Plus, withdraw your PayPal funds at ATMs worldwide. SEND MONEY TO PAYPAL ACCOUNTS AROUND THE WORLD* We make it easy to send money internationally. Choose from a range of currencies to help maximize the value of your dollar with our competitive fees. Sender and recipient must have a PayPal account.

Top PayPal: Mobile Cash Reviews


  • By kimhnatl13

    Whether Sending or Receiving to Friends, Family or Pros is always a breeze

    I’ve been using PayPal for nearly as long as they’ve been around or at least as long they were still in the countdown preparing to launch full steam ahead into the financial world. As I write this review I can’t help but think back to the days before PayPal and I just shake my head. Does anyone else remember the days of getting a call or text (if you even had a cellphone yet) saying “I just put an envelope in the mailbox with a check for you. Please let me know when you get it so I know it didn’t get lost in the mail.”? Even better was finally getting a check and the joys of going to YOUR bank, no matter how quick & easy or a total pain the location was, to either cash the check or deposit it and wait for it to post. I am totally aging myself but I remember all of that and it was a pain. Now I know there are all sorts of new pay and get paid apps out there, and yes I have an account with one of them, but I don’t trust any of them the way I trust PayPal. I may have another for the much needed flexibility in today’s world but I always make the initial payment or payment request attempt by asking if *they* have a PayPal account and I don’t see that ever changing. And as long as PayPal continues to stay competitive with their features, then I have absolutely no reason to go a different path.



  • By Pinkzaetz777

    Better then a Bank

    I have no had PayPal for at least ten years and love it!!!! It keeps excellent records for you all your history and with whom. I’ve read some of the negative remarks and I have an extremely hard time believing many of them. Yes that they might of spend some time on the phone; well guess what nothing in this world happens at a snap of the finger. Yes even with banks and Comcast you can spend 2-3 hours on the bank; as long as your issue has been resolved. Anytime I have called PayPal for anything they have always resolved my issue. They have opened cases for me and have never taken a penny; they do NOT Charge for that so stop lying. Also if someone has sent you money and then called and filed a case against it and their bank, yes you have to deal with the person who did that and not PayPal. Just as any bank receives a fraudulent transaction and gives back the money so does PayPal. So why do you think if someone called in on you and said it is a fraudulent transaction you get to keep the money? Hence you have to deal with the person who owes you money. I completely understand people love to complain and make an elephant out of a mouse. However, any issue I have ever had was dealt with amazing customer service.



  • By edewese

    PayPal & me, a love/hate relationship.

    I’ve had paypal myself since around 2001 when I really started using eBay to buy. And bought I did. Then I started selling. Fine, no problems. Then randomly, my account would get held. This is a huge problem when you’re a seller & not too many alternatives. Then my niece who is Intellectually disables and on SSDi moved in with us & wanted to sell with me. So I had her open a PayPal for her & I to use. She did & we were selling for 3 years, no problem. I pretty much controlled the account as far as invoicing etc. She had her own bank & savings account. My mother & she had a blowout. Overnight she moved in w/her mom. They managed to get all 2000 in savings & her ckg overdrawn so they closed her checking & empty savings. For her ssdi, I added PayPal direct deposit. Then her mom told her to open a Green Dot money card. All the sudden right after ssdi went in, her account is in resolution. I call ed, we sent all her docs in. One month later a very nice man finally released her acct & said the problem was Green Dot. They have issues. Now though they put withdrawal limitations on me. Ugh. At least we can ship & use cash plus card. They were very nice each call though.


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