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Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
« on: April 23, 2012, 06:44:19 PM »
Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal? Pano ba ilink sya?


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Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
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Re: Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2012, 06:44:44 PM »
 1. Login to your paypal account. If you don't have go to Paypal.com and sign up.

    *     Go to My Account
    *     Point to Profile tab then click the sub menu add/edit credit card. Or click the  "Unverified" status near your name
    *     Choose MasterCard in Card Type in the drop down list.
    *     Enter your BDO Atm Debit Card 16 digit numbers, the expiration date and the three digits Card Verification Number then click the "Continue" button.


2. A confirmation page will be displayed. Your card will be charged $1.95 but Paypal will refund it within 24 hours after you confirm your card.  The charge creates a unique 4-digit code that will show up on your card statement in few days (from two to three days). Then go to the BDO branch and ask for your bank statement. Or if you have the Electronic banking, you can check the Paypal  code there.

3. Once you have the 4-digit EXPUSE Paypal  code. Login to your account again and then click on the Confirm my debit or credit card link on the Account Overview.

4. Enter the 4-digit EXPUSE Paypal  code in the designated box and then click the Submit button. A confirmation message will be sent to you that your account has been verified.

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Re: Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
« Reply #2 on: April 23, 2012, 06:45:03 PM »
hi, ask ko lang po sana.. pano kung wala ka pang fund sa bdo card...magproproceed po ba sya sa confirmation?

na stock up ako dito sa portion na eto e ano dapat kong gawin?

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Re: Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
« Reply #3 on: April 23, 2012, 06:45:32 PM »
Hello po..

I’m using a BDO account to withdraw money from Paypal.

TO WITHDRAW FUNDS TO YOUR BANK ACCT: You just need to register your bank account sa Paypal. Make sure po that you are placing the correct Bank Account Number (HINDI yung nasa ATM card). Then it will ask you to verify a card and enter a Paypal code from your bank. So basically, you will need a BDO ATM card. I’m using the BDO ATM Debit Card with the MasterCard logo in it. For the Paypal code, I had to go to BDO and ask for the Paypal code. Makikita nila yan sa system nila upon presenting your account number. When you already have the Paypal code, enter it on the Paypal site to get verified. That’s the time na pwede ka na mkpgwithdraw.

Paypal charges P50 for withdrawals below P6,999. Di ko lang sure kung tataas pa po eto.. pero pgdating ng money sa bank acct mo (which you have to withdraw through ATM), BDO will charge another P200. I emailed BDO regarding this and this is their reply: “We wish to inform you that per Bank’s procedure, a service fee of Php 200.00 will be deducted to the gross amount received for an Incoming Foreign Telegrahic Transfer transaction.”

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Re: Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2014, 09:10:40 AM »
 I have another approach.

1. Enable internet banking feature in your BDO ATM Debit Card. Visit Check it here. and sign-up for an account. After signing-up, print and sign the application form then submit it to any of BDO Branch. Wait a week or two for your application to be approved. Once approved, you will receive an email to notify you of your approval.

2. Login to your PayPal account and click "Get Verified"

3. Before you continue make sure you have at least 300Php on your BDO ATM Debit Card account as PayPal will deduct charges on your verification. Don't worry this amount will be reimbursed/transferred to your PayPal account.

4. Fill up the form asking for details about your Debit Card, then click continue. All information is on your card. Make sure that the name on your BDO Debit Card is the same as the name on your PayPal account or it won't work. After filling up the form and clicking continue, PayPal will ask you for your Expanded Use Number or 4 digit pin code. So leave it open and do step 5.

5. Log-in to your Online BDO Account. (The one you used for verification). Click on "My Portfolio" then "My Transaction" and set the preset date to "Last 7 Days". Look for a transaction like this POS W/D SV PP (5674 E 4xxxxxxxxx MC SGP 0xxxxxxxxxxx). Your 4-digit pin code or Expanded Use Number is the first four numbers after the "PP" in this example it's the numbers 5674.

6. Go back to your PayPal account. Enter the 4-digit pin code and hit verify or continue or enter and voila! You're now verified.

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Re: Has anyone tried linking BDO Debit card and Paypal?
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