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This video walks you through how to link a credit or debit card to your PayPal account. The first section shows you how to link a card through the PayPal website, and the second section shows you how to link a card in the PayPal mobile app.

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Video Transcript:
Hi. I'm Max Dalton, and in this video I'm going to talk through how to link a credit or debit card to your PayPal account.

Linking a credit or debit card to your PayPal account makes it possible for you to easily send money to someone else through PayPal, and then charge it to that card. Additionally, if you link a debit card to your account, you'll be able to instantly transfer funds from your PayPal account to the bank associated with that debit card if you pay a very small fee. Finally, if you're not able to link your credit or debit card to your PayPal account, it may be because someone else has already linked it to their PayPal account. This video will cover how to link a credit or debit card to your PayPal account through both the PayPal website and the PayPal mobile app.

And now, let's walk through how to link a credit or debit card to your PayPal account through the PayPal website.

Step 1. Open your Web browser and navigate to paypal.com.

Step 2. Click "Log In" in the upper right section of your screen. The Log In screen appears. Enter the email address and password associated with your PayPal account, and then click "Log In." Your PayPal home screen appears.

Step 3. Click "Wallet" in the row of options that appear in the upper left corner of the screen. The Payment Methods screen appears.

Step 4. Click "Link a Card or Bank" that appears in the Payment Methods drop-down menu on the left side of the screen. The Link a Payment Method screen is displayed.

Step 5. Click "Link a Debit or Credit Card." The Link a Card screen appears.

Step 6. Enter the number, expiration date, and security code associated with the credit or debit card you want to link to your PayPal account, and then verify the billing address associated with your PayPal account. Click the blue "Link Card" button after verifying your information. A screen with a green check mark appears confirming that your credit or debit card is now successfully linked to your PayPal account.

Step 7. Click the blue "Done" button. You'll be returned to the Payment Methods screen, where you'll now see the credit or debit card that you added appear in the Payment Methods section.

And now, let's walk through how to link a credit or debit card to your PayPal account using the PayPal mobile app for Apple and Android smart devices, such as the iPhone, iPad, or Google Pixel.

Step 1. Launch the PayPal mobile app on your smart device, and then log into your account if prompted. Your PayPal home screen will appear.

Step 2. Tap the "Settings" icon in the upper right corner of your PayPal account home screen. The Settings icon looks like a gear. A menu screen appears.

Step 3. Tap "Banks and Cards" at the top of the list of options in the menu. The Banks and Cards window appears.

Step 4. Tap the "+" sign in the upper right corner of the Banks and Cards screen. A menu flys up from the bottom of the screen.

Step 5. Select "Debit or Credit Card" in the menu. The Link a Card screen appears.

Step 6. Enter the number, expiration date, and security code associated with your credit or debit card using the onscreen keyboard as prompted. Then, confirm your billing address, and tap "Link Card" at the bottom of the screen. You'll return to the Banks and Cards screen. A message will briefly appear along the top of the screen confirming that you've successfully linked your credit or debit card, and you'll also now see the card you linked appear in this list.

Congratulations! You've successfully linked a credit or debit card to your PayPal account.
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