Can I change the email address for my Paypal account?
I had another email id when I made my Paypal and HP account. As my adsense approval got delayed, I registered on HP with another email id. Now I have the same email account for HP and Google Adsense, but a different one for Paypal. Can I change my Paypal account to the same email? If so how? Or, should I leave it as it is?
you should call the paypal customer care,login to your paypal account ,call this number 1-800-212-3852 toll free you can talk to the customer care and get your answers..and I think you need to have same email address of both hubpage and paypal account or else there would be problem.as what ever money you earn it will be sent to the account you registered to hubpage,use the same email account for paypal,I would suggest..
Thanks krushnach80, for answering the question and providing the telephone no. I agree with your advice. Thanks!
You can add as many email addresses to Paypal as you wish, but you may want to change your primary one which you receive your notices from. Your primary should be one you use everyday.
Thanks Diana Lee, for your helpful answer! I would follow your advice.
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