PayPal supports sending and receiving money online fast and efficiently for individuals and businesses. You can easily link your PayPal account to your bank account or credit card to donate, purchase items online like Amazon or send money to friends and family. Sometimes you may find it difficult that you have issues while sending money. Usually, there is an easy solution to this problem, such as checking one of your funding sources. If you are unsure why you can’t send money, look at each funding source to see which one is the problem.
How To Fix PayPal That Won’t Let Me Send Money
Check your PayPal account status. If you have a limited account, you can’t send money. To find out why you have a limited account and how you can fix it, log into PayPal.com and click the “Resolution Center” link.
Check the status of your credit card. You may have exceeded your card’s credit limits, or your card might be expired. Contact your credit card company to make sure there are no issues. If your PayPal account has been temporary or permanently disabled, you won’t be able to send or make purchase online but you can still receive money.
Make sure your bank account has enough money in it. If you don’t have enough money in your PayPal account to send to someone, PayPal will not take the money out of your bank account. Make sure your bank account is linked to your PayPal account and that your account is in good standing.
After successfully creating a PayPal account that sends and receives money, linked credit card, bank, and verified your ID and phone number, make sure you received funds of at least 10 in your account. Also, make sure your PayPal account maintains good standing for the first 60 days without the customer filing a dispute against you.
Contact PayPal support. If you see no problems with your account but still can’t send money, call or email PayPal. They can help you find out what’s wrong with your account and fixed within a few minutes.