Step-by-Step Guide for Freelancers – How to connect your PayPal account to PayMaya

Step-by-Step Guide for Freelancers – How to connect your PayPal account to PayMaya

If you’re a freelancer who gets paid via PayPal, you’d want an easy way to withdraw your money, and you can, by connecting your PayPal account to a PayMaya Virtual Debit Card. Here are the seven steps to make that happen.

Step 1

Download and install the PayMaya app on your iOS or Android mobile phone.

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Step 2

Open the PayMaya app and take note of your Visa virtual credit card number.

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Step 3

Login to your PayPal account and click on “Get Verified”.

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Step 4

Enter your PayMaya Visa Virtual Card details and click on “Continue”.

 

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Step 5

PayPal will provide next steps instructions to complete the verification.  At the same time, you will receive an SMS with the PayPal code needed to verify the account.

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Step 6

Go back to “My Account” and click on “Get Verified” again.

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Step 7

Enter the 4 digit numerical code from the SMS you received and click on “Confirm Card”.
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That’s it. Your PayPal account is now verified – you can now receive payments made to your PayPal account and you can also make purchases online using your PayMaya Virtual Debit Card.

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Anna loves to eat. She loves to cook. She loves her husband. She is the site admin of swirlingovercoffee.com, where she posts recipes she tweaked to suite her taste, as well as food and restaurant reviews. She and her husband, Irwin, loves Korean food. When she’s not busy – she works for a digital advertising company – she cooks for the hubbie (who is a culinary philistine) and her friends (who often beg her to cook). Her most requested dishes is Calderetang Baka (pressure-cooked beef to tender loving tenderness). She’s now into juicing using her Hurom and is currently addicted to coconut water.