Is it advisable to create a separate PayPal personal account to receive payment from Hubpages?
I already have a PayPal premier account. Do you think it is advisable to create a separate PayPal personal account to receive payment from Hubpages? Is it going to be cheaper (lower transaction cost) or less likely to get banned by PayPal if I receive Hubpages payment via a separate PayPal personal account?? Please help, as I am new to PayPal and worry about transaction cost or any possible PayPal ban.
You should contact paypal to resolve the matter and gather the right info.
I don't think you should create a separate personal account for transactions fro Hubpages, use the PayPal account which you already have. What is the problem in using the existing paypal account?
Thanks internetgeek. My initial understanding is that a PayPal personal account should always involve zero transaction cost for receiving payments from Hubpages. Is it also the same case for a PayPal premier account?
@Mc Man I just visited the PayPal website and I read this "Low fees charged for receiving payments" under the PayPal premier get started (sign up page).
There should be no reason why you can't use the account you already have.
You should be fine with that. Your current paypal account can be use to receive payments from HP.
If you are really worried about it, email paypal support. That way, you get the answer directly from them.
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