What Is PayPal And How Is It Used?


Can you get scammed by using PayPal?

Once a scammer has hacked into somebody else’s PayPal account (as in the case of the phishing email scam), they can make purchases and send payments with the money from the account they have taken over. PayPal may reimburse the seller if they are able to confirm that the account that made the payment was hacked.

Is there a fee to use PayPal?

How Much Does PayPal Charge? The way that PayPal makes money is by charging a 2.9% fee from the total amount of each payment that is received from the U.S. In addition, there is also a $0.30 flat fee on each transaction.

How does it work when someone pays you through PayPal?

When a customer is finished making purchase selections, he completes the transaction by going through PayPal to pay. A customer with a PayPal account can sign into his account and select payment options, or choose to enter his financial information on a separate, secure payment page protected by PayPal.

How does PayPal work with bank account?

Receiving Payments

When a user elects to transfer the funds to a bank account, Paypal initiates an ACH transaction, notifying the customer’s bank of an incoming transaction. Paypal electronically transfers the withdrawn funds to the customer’s bank, and the bank credits the funds to the customer’s account.