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When I try to buy Crypto currency (BTC) I receive this msg: These payment methods can't be used for crypto Only confirmed bank accounts, most major debit cards, and a balance with sufficient funds can be used to buy cryptocurrencies. However, both of my bank account are confirmed. How can I raise my trading limit?
Same issue here. Says only verified bank accounts can be used. Mine is, can't use it anyway, no explanation why. Clicked Money, then Add Money, and got a page stating this:
It looks like nothing was found at this location. Maybe try one of the links below or a search?
This does not inspire confidence, PayPal. The rest of the software development industry is doing test-driven development and continuous integration so they don't ship horrible bugs to their customers. When are you getting on that train?
Sometimes my payment options pop right up, sometimes they don't. My accounts have been in place for years and there is no issue with balances, it simply wouldn't access them. This is VERY disturbing, since we all know crypto is volatile, and if one is trying to use PayPal to trade crypto, and it doesn't work, that is a HUGE issue and could cost someone a lot of money. I suspect they don't have an adequate infrastructure in place to handle a crypto market, and better fix it soon or they will lose all credibility. It makes me so nervous, that I am considering selling all and moving platform where I can actually have control over my money.
This is very frustrating. I bought some yesterday with my debit card and today it says I can not use it or my checking account. And I did not realize you can not sell one to buy another a few minutes later. WTH PayPal?
At least I found out here the problems are with PayPal's system and nothing to do with my debit card or checking account.
But with the price fluctuations of Crypto, you have to be able to buy and sell when you want.