How can I withdraw my payout from paypal?
If I receive my first payout, how can I withdraw it from my hubpages account to my paypal account and hence, to my bank account?
I can't help you because I haven't received my first payout,yet.
HubPages will deposit your payment into your PayPal account.
first, you need your paypal to be verified first by entering your credit or debit card in order for your paypal balance be transfer to your bank account
You register your savings or checking account number with Paypal. Click on "Withdraw" at the top of the Paypal page that displays your account and verify where you want the money to go. It will appear in your bank account in one or two days.
You must reach $50.00 first, then they will transfer it to the PayPal account that you have linked to HubPages. Best of luck!
I don't think you receive until a month aftr you hit $50.00.
It's not really clear what your question is.
First you say how do you withdraw your payout from PayPal? This implies that you have received payment and wish to transfer it to your bank account. You need to follow the PayPal instructions for this.
Then you say: "how can I withdraw it from my hubpages account to my paypal account and hence, to my bank account" The HP money will go automatically to your PayPal account the month after you reach hit $50. Transferring to your bank account is a separate matter and I mention that above.
I was waiting for someone to say something...
They're also talking to someone who doesn't exist
Maybe the author just has a bunch of unfeatured articles now.
Haha! Threads are like zombies, they keep coming back from the dead!
I noticed after I posted that it was very old, was wondering why this is a high light on my wall from HubPages.
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