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How to get Paypal in the Philippines

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 5, 2005

Sign up for Paypal in the Philippines! Someone emailed me today asking some advice about Paypal. He wanted to ask how to sign-up for Paypal even if he's in the Philippines. Paypal will tell you -- you can't. Yuga will tell you -- technically, you still can. I call it proxy registration. If you have a relative or a friend who lives in a Paypal approved country. You can ask them to use your email account to sign-up with PayPal for you. They will also need to have a bank account to tie up the Paypal account and be verified.…

Why the uber-restricted launch of Paypal Philippines?

Relevance: 98%      Posted on: October 17, 2006

A lot of people were ecstatic with the news that Paypal has now added the Philippines on its list of supported countries. However, the inclusion was far from what we're expecting. It's even far from a half-baked launch. The limited Paypal access only allows users from the Philippines to sign up for a Paypal account and add their US-accepted credit cards to top up their account. That means one can only send money and it has to come thru your credit card -- that's it. You can't even transfer from a bank account so if you don't have any credit…

Is Paypal blocked in the Philippines?

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: November 27, 2005

I only noticed this a couple of days ago when a good friend of mine was visiting me here. He was chatting with his mom who's in Canada over YM. While talking about the possibility of opening a Paypal account for her from Canada, he fired up a browser and was going to guide his mom thru the sign-up process. Alas, the Paypal website does not load up. I did a ping and traceroute but got nothing still. Paypal is up, that I am sure of but it seems they've blocked access from IPs originating in the Philippines, or maybe…

Manager, Ops Support (Philippines) : PayPal

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: April 21, 2005

Yahoo Hotjobs! posts job opening for Paypal Philippines. Do I smell an official launching of Paypal Philippines very soon? Or, they're just prepping for an upcoming Call Center in the country to support their world-wide expansion? Merely speculations but the signs are very promising.

Paypal Users get Seller Reputation Status

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: July 17, 2008

One of the basic security features of Paypal is the Seller Reputation Status and Philippine Paypal users are now provided with one. Seller Reputation The Seller Reputation Number measures how many Verified PayPal members have paid that seller. New transactions are added 30 days after they occur, to ensure that the Reputation Number reflects successful exchanges. In essence, the higher the Seller Reputation Number of a Paypal user, the more trusted their account is. It could be considered as some sort of a trust rating. This feature will become very useful as more and more Filipinos use Paypal as a…

Send & Receive payments via Paypal in the Philippines

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: September 28, 2007

Sign up for Paypal in the Philippines!. You can withdraw an amount not exceeding $500 per month to any debit, credit card or directly into your Philippine bank accounts. You will just need the bank codes and savings account number. At long last, Paypal's promise to allow receiving funds into Philippine accounts have been fulfilled. Just today, reports have been circulating in the previous post here about the development. I did a money transfer from an old and verified Premier account into my new Philippine Paypal account and it works. From the Paypal Help Pages, the Philippine flag is now…

On eBay & Paypal’s presence in the Philippines

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: February 27, 2008

Yesterday, I had a short 15-minute one-on-one interview with reps from eBay South East Asia who flew in from their regional headquarters in Singapore to answer some questions for the media on eBay's expansion in the Philippines. Although I was expecting somebody who is in-the-know about Paypal, eBay's VP for Emerging Markets Dan Neary diligently tried to answer some of my questions on that front. Eunice Lim, PR Manager, and Jean Ow-Yeong, Consumer PR & Community Specialist for eBay Southeast Asia were glad to share some interesting information about eBay Philippines as well. As for Paypal in the Philippines, I…

Philippines & Indonesia gets Local Bank Withdrawals from Paypal

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: January 30, 2008

Paypal members in the Philippines and Indonesia gets a very early new year's treat with the introduction of direct local bank withdrawals made effective yesterday. I an email announcement to all users on both South-East Asian countries, Paypal will now accept funds in their respective local currencies. This feature was only previously available with US-based bank accounts. This is now possible for Paypal members in Indonesia and the Philippines on top of the existing methods (credit card, debit card or prepaid cards). For Indonesian users, withdrawals of IDR1.5 Million (Indonesian Rupiah) or more are free. For withdrawal amounts of less…

Paypal in the Philippines via Xoom

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: July 24, 2006

Updates: You can now have a Paypal Philippines account. Just sign up here. You can withdraw an amount not exceeding $500 per month to any debit, credit card or directly into your Philippine bank accounts. You will just need the bank codes and savings account number. Maybe you've already heard of the plan and the efforts to make Paypal available in the Philippines. Though I think we're still far from getting that much coveted nod from eBay (owner of Paypal), I think it's good to know that there IS a way to get paid by people who has Paypal. If…

Scary Paypal Lockdowns

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: November 14, 2007

Just a few months after Paypal made huge waves in the Philippines, there's already a horror story in our midst. Paypal lockdowns -- yup, unexplained Paypal account cancellation without refund. One of the well-known Pinoy bloggers around emailed me about the recent demise of his Paypal account. For no apparent reason, all his funds have been frozen -- the $750+ amount was reduced to zero (nil, ziltch, nada)! With no explanation whatsover. (Can't name the blogger as of the moment. He's still filing an appeal.) The only possible reason for this lockdown would have been an unverified account. That could…