I have a few questions on Paypal. Here are they:
1) I have just added a credit card to my paypal account and it says update a code from card statement. Do I have to wait for the mail statement or can I check it online.
2) If I need to pay monthly for a program from paypal so do I have to transfer funds from credit card to paypal or is it automatic.
If you can see your statement online that would be all you need.
If you have set up a monthly account it will be taken off automatically.
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