Yey! It worked!
Though I said I won’t be trying PayPal to EON yet, I did. Yup, I did withdraw my PayPal funds to my EON card 3 days ago. When I checked my account through online banking this evening, it’s there!
I withdrawn $50 first just to try. There was P50 bank charge. A lot better than Xooming my money and lose $7 in every $100 I send. Far better! Downside is, I have to wait for at least 3 days while though Xoom, you’ll get your money in 20 minutes.
To those of you who are still in doubt of using withdraw funds to your bank account option, well, I got my money in just 3 days!
Hi, Mitch here, a full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger/Content Creator in my spare time. Proud mom to 2 girls and 1 boy, Derelle, Erchelle, and Elric.
I am happy to share my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my husband works miles away from us. Turning my passion into a profitable venture is another thing.
I also author and manage my 15-year-old blog, which developed my social media awareness over the years.
From being an ex-OFW to doing what I am good at in the comfort of my own home – while taking good care of my 3 wonderful kids, I hope that people see me as a great inspiration when it comes to pursuing my passion and turning it into a profitable venture. A giant leap like this is such a challenging journey but indeed is rewarding. A few bumps along this whole journey did not stop me from being the best version of myself.
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maybe next time, you can transfer some moolah in my dormant Paypal account! I don’t care if I’ll have to wait for more than three days. heehee, joke lang po!
but seriously, glad to know it’s working for you. I’ve read in many forums na daming nagkaka problema sa paypal phils.
Sure, sa Pasko hahaha!
Yup, I was surprised at kabado, baka mafreeze money ko buti na lang hindi. 😉
P50.00 is a reasonable charge. I might just try this one.
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Am glad that PayPal now works in the Philippines and charge is only P50. My son has been using my debit card linked to my PayPal account for online transactions — costs $5 per ATM withdrawal so he had to wait for his online earnings to accumulate before asking me to withdraw to save on the transaction costs. Now, he transacts through his own Unionbank eon account: aside from saving, he can also buy-sell-receive-remit cash without me in the picture. We’ve been using PayPal for 3 years and so far, no problems encountered. With PayPal, Pinoys can have more chances of earning online.
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wow that is nice sis. yong sa akin nga di pa na transfer to any bank account. paypal ko is unvertified pa. hehehee
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You’ll get there….