If you’re a business owner, entrepreneur, professional or freelancer, you may need to receive and/or send payments using PayPal.
How To Link PayMaya to PayPal
You can transfer funds between the two systems, but you need to link PayMaya and PayPal. Here are steps to link your accounts.
Step (1) Log in to PayPal
Step (2) On the dashboard, go to “Wallet”
Step (3) On “Credit Cards,” click the “Link a card.”
Step (4) Log in to PayMaya App
Step (5) Go to “My Cards”. Click “Online Card”
Step (6) Get the info from PayMaya virtual card such as card number, month/year of expiration and CVV
Step (7) Go back to PayPal and enter the PayMaya virtual card details.
Be sure that you enter the same address in PayPal with the one you have on PayMaya.
PayMaya To PayPal Fee
You’ll be charged with $1 to your PayMaya account when you link the Paymaya card to PayPal. This fee covers the authentication of the account.
The $1 will actually be returned to your Paymaya account as soon as the account is authenticated.
Transferring Funds From PayMaya to PayPal
As soon as you link the PayMaya card in PayPal and it gets verified, there’s no need to manually transfer funds.
All you need to do is make sure your PayMaya card have funds whenever you need to use PayPal.
PayPal will automatically detect the funds in your Paymaya card.
How To Transfer PayPal Funds to PayMaya Account
Do you need to transfer funds from your PayPal account to PayMaya, here’s what you need to do:
- Log in to your PayPal account.
- On Summary page, under PayPal balance click “Withdraw funds.”
- Enter the amount that you like to transfer. (PHP 500 min. withdrawal).
- Choose the PayMaya card that you linked. Click “Continue”.
- Confirm the amount and details for transfer.
There’s PayPal withdrawal fee that will be charged to the PayMaya account. Expect the transfer within one to five business days.