Monday, June 16, 2014

How to use PayPal to send money to somebody, who does not have PayPal account?

With PayPal, you can send money to anyone with an email address by simply signing up for a PayPal account. When you are logged into your account, click the Send Money tab. Then enter your recipient's email address or phone number, and the amount you would like to send.

With PayPal you can send payments in one of these currencies:
* Canadian Dollars
* Euros
* British Pounds
* U.S. Dollars
* Japanese Yen
* Australian Dollars
* New Zealand Dollars
* Swiss Francs
* Hong Kong Dollars
* Singapore Dollars
* Swedish Kronor
* Danish Kroner
* Polish Zlotys
* Norwegian Kroner
* Hungarian Forints
* Czech Koruny
* Israeli Shekels
* Mexican Pesos
* Brazilian Real (only for Brazilian members)
* Malaysian Ringgits (only for Malaysian members)
* Philippine Pesos
* New Taiwan Dollars
* Thai Baht
* TRY for Turkish Liras (only for Turkish members)
* Russian Ruble

As soon as the money is sent, recipient will receive email or text message about the funds delivery. If the recipient is not yet registered with PayPal this email or text message will explain in details on how to open an account and receive the transaction.

If you send money to someone without a PayPal account, it's possible that the recipient won't sign up and claim the money. This can happen, for instance, if the recipient confuses PayPal's "You've got cash" email with unsolicited spam. Also, many people feel uneasy about signing up for a service like PayPal, thinking that they might be charged a bunch of fees or that they'll be victimized if they share their financial information over the Internet. For this reason, you might need to reassure skittish payees before sending them money with PayPal.

If, for whatever reason, the recipient doesn't sign up and claim the payment within 30 days, PayPal will return the funds to your account (or refund your credit card, if that's how you funded the payment). PayPal will also reverse the payment if you try to send a credit card-funded payment to a Personal account and the recipient doesn't upgrade to a Business or Premier account within 30 days to accept the payment. Either way, you can try to resend the money, but your best bet is to contact the recipient separately via email to ensure you have the right email address and that they understand what they need to do to get the money.

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