Can anyone see the conversion rate before buying crypto.
The FAQ about Crypto on PayPal states "When buying and selling crypto, there is a transaction fee and a currency conversion spread, which is included in the exchange rate. You'll see the transaction fee and final exchange rate before confirming any purchase or sale of crypto."
However, when I bought crypto, I was never given an opportunity to see what the crypto price was before confirming and PayPal used a conversion rate that was much higher than the market price. For example, I bought etherum when it was about $2,997 (5/2/21 @ 9:20ish pm) -- it had never in its history been over $3k at that point but after the transaction was done, I went into my history and saw that PayPal used a price of $3,013.72 as the conversion rate.
Does anyone see the conversion rate that will be used before purchasing? I feel like they are tricking people and i'm extremely annoyed to say the least.