No, not everything with everyone. That would be wrong and insane
Here's from official documentation: (click on link to see everything, I'll just quote up a few paragraphs)
WITH OTHER PAYPAL USERS
When transacting with others, we may provide those parties with
information about you necessary to complete the transaction, such as
your name, account ID, ...
The answer from Paypal's Customer Support:
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paypal support
Subject: RE: Re: Questions About Address Changes
Dear Franck Dernoncourt,
Thank you for contacting PayPal. My name is Charles and I can understand the urgency and importance of this matter. Allow me to help you on this.
Please note ...
As far as I know, this is completely impossible.
I have just run into the same issue, and browsed by PayPal account's settings thoroughly. I found not even a trace of something that would all changing nationality (you can, of course change currency, but this is not the case here).
You may try to contact PayPal's support, but I fear, that you've already ...
I have verified mine with just a credit card by following the "Add a credit card" option - just gone in and checked it now. The process involves PayPal charging a nominal small fee to the card, then you enter the code that will appear on your statement.
They still would prefer me to add a bank account to the details page (they offer to lift receiving limits ...
If the links you are being asked to follow take you to a url different then the normal paypal.com I would be warned that it is most likely fake.
In this case what I do anyway just to be safe is I type directly into my url bar the address name, in this case www.paypal.com. You can log in and it should notify you if there are any payments that need to be ...
It's done in your settings:
Profile → My Settings → Security Key → Get Started → Get Security Key
You can either pay for a physical token that will display your one-time password (OTP) key, or you can register a mobile phone, the instructions are right there.
Note: to register a phone it needs to be able to receive text messages, as that is how the OTP is ...
As a general rule, PayPal does not allow to change address when you move from one country to another:
Due to banking regulations, you can not change your address to a
country that is different from the country you used when you opened
your account. If you're moving abroad, you’ll need to close your
existing account and open a new account. If you ...
You need to remove them from your PayPal Address Book. It's a bit unhandy, but you can:
Go to Request Money in the header
Choose Invoice Settings in the submenu
Select Address Book from the left
Highlight the recipient you want and Delete
They'll no longer auto-appear in your Send Money list.
You actually can't do anything. Just be careful. There are a lot of famous websites all over the internet and a lot more of phishing clones with slightly different domain-name.
Maybe I'm wrong but bookmarking correct address seems like safer solution to me. At least, you can't type wrong letter or top-domain.
I received the same mail, it's certainly spam and I highly recommend not to click on any of the links. I am sure, they will present you a fake log-in screen and voilà, they have your log-in credentials.
I didn't have it yet on my account so here's how I did it. The correct name of the product is Paypal Security Key
Log into Paypal
Search for "Security Key"
A result should be auto-suggested as you type
Click the suggested keyword
On the resulting page click "Security Key" under the "Best Matches" section
In the resulting text find the "get one today" ...
Step 1 register here.
Step 2 verify that you are a Business or Premier account.
Step 3 Go to Paypal labs click signup.
Note that the Paypal labs site seems to not work properly in many browsers. For example, on OS X it seems to only work in Firefox, not in Chrome or Safari.
Step 4 Wait 2 days and check status if you'd like on the signup page.
Without knowing more about your situation, one suggestion is to access PayPal in a browser that's running in private mode (e.g., Incognito - Chrome, Private Browsing - Firefox, etc.). Close your browser when you're done with whatever you're doing, and no one will be able to view your browser history even if you forget to log out.
Unfortunately, PayPal doesn't allow people to change the country of their account "due to banking regulations".
The workaround is to close the old account and open a new one. That step is not so hard, but then you'll have to switch each recurring payment. Here are the steps I took when I recently moved countries:
Log into your PayPal account using your ...
This setting is available in premier accounts, but not in personal accounts.
Click on Profile > My Selling Preferences > Look under Getting paid and managing risk and you'll see the Block Payments link.
You can do any of the following:
Block payments sent to me in a currency I do not hold.
Block accidental payments: (You may prevent accidental payments by ...
Paypal does provide API access to manage this through the Recurring Payments API. The doco has a description of the workflow required, but of particular interest to you would be GetRecurringPaymentsProfileDetails.
You could check the profile status or the date of last payment received to see if a payment has been made and act accordingly.
Based on the FAQ, it appears as though that they require you to tie an "existing" PayPal account to an existing Developer account.
The alternative is to create a new Developer account, but you would not be able to tie your old one to this.
Using Paypal's current UI, the new way to get to the address book is:
Select Summary in the top navigation bar
Scroll down to Selling Tools in the left navigation bar and select Manage invoices
Under Settings select Address Book
Select the recipient you want to delete then click [Delete contact]
You can use the payment features of Cognito Forms without connecting to Stripe or PayPal. This is a great way to generate orders/quotes!
When you add your first payment field, the dialog asking to connect a payment account automatically appears (for connecting to Stripe or PayPal). Just cancel out of the dialog, and you can use all of the payment features ...
You can directly call theys from any country. Enter in the contact page:
If you have registered a phone in paypal you must login with it.
(you can change the us in the url with your country code).
Answering my own question, in case this helps anyone. I called Paypal for help and they solved the problem by directing me to a simpler page, which wasn't affected by whatever technical issue caused the original error:
(NOTE: PROCEED WITH CAUTION. At the risk of stating the obvious, you should never follow a
link someone ...
You can use eBay Platform Notifications which are triggered by events on the eBay site such as such as the ending of a listing, when the buyer has won an auction item (ItemWon) or when the listing had at least one sale (ItemSold). You can subscribe to platform notification
by using SetNotificationPreferences call which can alert applications and/or users on ...
Yes, they've essentially locked down your PayPal account due to suspicious activity and now want proof that you are the owner of the account. You need to provide the information they're asking for in the message in the image you linked, or else contact their customer support.
Yes, PayPal sends an IPN when a recurring payment is cancelled. Also, they send an IPN:
every year when the IPN renews,
if the recurring payment is modified,
if payment fails,
or if the subscription expires.
This is documented on page 41 of the IPN guide (PDF file, July 10, 2012).
You will need to respond appropriately to the txn_type variable sent ...