April 18, 2011

We are assuming now that you have your very own unverified account on paypal, and you want to verify it using only the single BDO debit card (ATM Account) that you now have. (Tutorial Link For EON Union Bank Account's)

Here's the steps for BDO Debit Card Account:

First you need to enroll in BDO's Retail Internet Banking before attempting to link your BDO atm/debit card. This is a must and you need to do this before you can get verified. Usually it takes seven working days to be approved after you have submitted your enrollment form. Heres the Step on how to Enroll in BDO Internet Banking.

After you have enrolled and have been approved by BDO, login into your Paypal account and click on the link where you could be verified. You will be asked to input your card details. Once that's done Paypal will deduct $1.95 on your bank account. Don't worry as it will be refunded once Paypal have verified your account. Then it will be requiring a 4-digit pin code which will be reflected on your transaction details on BDO. This is the reason why it is very important that you enroll first on Retail Internet Banking on BDO. Wait at least 2-3 days for this transaction. (You Can find it on your BDO Internet Banking Transaction Tab)

Login to your Internet Banking account at BDO and click on "My Portfolio" then "My Transactions" and set the preset date to "Last 7 days". Look for the transaction that has this characters: POS W/D SV PP (1234 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx). This is the transaction code that have been sent by Paypal. The 4-digit pin code is the first four numbers after "PP" which is "1234" in our example.

Switch back to the Paypal page and enter those 4 digits into link and confirm your debit or credit card.
Your Paypal account has been now verified. The $1.95 will now be refunded.

Getting verified is a MUST, if you want to receive your payments through Paypal, as it will lift your withdrawal and sending limits. Now you could withdraw and send unlimited amounts using your Paypal, unless of course the only limit left would be on how many digits left on your Paypal and bank accounts.

Sign up for PayPal and start accepting credit card payments instantly.

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