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    Paypal help grr

    Just went to pay for an Ebay item thriugh Paypal, and realised my credit card had expired ( 31st july) so now i can only pay for my items with an echeque? i have a bank account added i just thought it would directly come from there like it does when you have a credit card added?

    Is there anyway round this? iI dont want to pay by a blummin echeque, and i dont think the seller will be too keen either !

    Thanks in advance

    Gina

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    I don't understand
    Why not log into your paypal account
    The default tab will show My Account
    Hover over profile (furthest right option on 2nd row)
    Click add or remove card
    Either edit your existing card, the expiry date or add a new card

    Click ]HERE for paypal help

    just add another credit card

    Original Poster

    thats the problem, i dont use credt cards anymore and wondered if there is anyway i can just do instant bank transfers (from a debit account) without a credit card registered on my account?

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    Ella'sMummy;5911414

    thats the problem, i dont use credt cards anymore and wondered if there … thats the problem, i dont use credt cards anymore and wondered if there is anyway i can just do instant bank transfers (from a debit account) without a credit card registered on my account?


    yes - add a bank account!

    add a switch/maestro card

    Original Poster

    i really think im not explaining it right :whistling: I have a bank account registered and I have a debit card registered.

    I think ill just ring them and see if they can help me. Seems stupid i cant do it instantly (not echeque) just because i dont have a credit card to back me up :roll:

    Thanks anyway
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