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just a quick paypal question about withdrawal fees.....

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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
I know it says on the website that paypal don't charge for withdrawing money to a uk bank account, but it does say that the bank may charge fees, has anyone experienced this? I'm with hsbc and just wondered if I would get any charges if i withdrew £20 from paypal to it, cant seem to find an answer from google, or hsbc website. thanks for the help in advance
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6y, 4m agoPosted 6 years, 4 months ago
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I have never been charged by the bank for paypal withdrawels, I am with the Royal Bank of Scotland
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munnski
I have never been charged by the bank for paypal withdrawels, I am with the Royal Bank of Scotland


thanku, am hoping hsbc doesnt either, im sure it wouldnt be much of a charge but with all the stupid charges iv had for accidentally being overdrawn by a few pence i dont want them to have anything.
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I've never had fees to withdraw cash from paypal, I think it's probably to cover their backs or if you have a foreign bank account.
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Deposits to Company bank accounts at The Royal Bank of Scotland (bank group) from a PayPal account do incur charges.

BFN,

fp.
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hi i withdraw to my HSBC account all the time never been any charges :)
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I am with HSBC and have used Paypal for years and never been charged ever
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hi i withdraw to my HSBC account all the time never been any charges :)


I am with HSBC and have used Paypal for years and never been charged ever


great thankyou

thanks everyone would leave rep, but u know....... have liked the comments instead, not sure that means anything thow

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