while trying to complete my profile I faced this problem. In earnings section to associate paypal I clicked on yes for 'do you have any paypal account?' and then pressed button saying 'associate my paypal account. It opened a new page where i entered my email and password but got this error message,
For your security, PayPal requires that you confirm some of your account details. To do this, go to www.paypal.com and log in to your account for instructions.
Please help me. Searched in forum but there is no topic to solve my problem.
This has nothing to do with Hubpages. Log in to your paypal account and make sure everything is in order. When I did mine it connected with no problem.
It seems very clear. Go to paypal, log in, and complete any steps they prompt you to complete.
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