This is how I use paypal, WITHOUT A BANK ACCOUNT… (you can complicate this by adding in Paypal Credit:Smart Connect, but I’m not gonna get into it)
I go to Walmart, CVS, Grocery Store, whatever, they have these things called Green Dot MoneyPaks. They are like these little card things with a number on the back under a scratch off metallic label. You take it to the cashier, tell them how much you want on it and pay a $4.95 fee for the MoneyPak. I usually do several hundred dollars at a time, but the minimum you can get is $20, so you’d pay $20+4.95.
Then you go home, sign into paypal. Click “Add Funds”. It then asks you to enter in the code under the scratch off metallic label on the MoneyPak. After that, it deposits the money into your PayPal account. Then you can send it to whoever you want or buy stuff off websites and shops such as YoyoExpert!
Again, that is if you don’t have a bank account.
Also, to use paypal is VERY simple.
When you buy stuff off websites, like YYE, you checkout and it says something along the lines of “Pay with Paypal?”, because PayPal is the standard now. It’s all pretty straight forward, you click the button, login to your account, click Next, Review, Send Funds. Done.
Or if you’re doing business on the BST, you login to PayPal click “Send Funds” and enter the other persons e-mail account and the amount you want to send. Click send. Done.
PayPal is so easy that you could figure it out first try without have reading any of what I just wrote.