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Link my nedbank account

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Link my nedbank account

Hi How do i go about linking my nedbank account to PayPal? Your help is appreciated Thank you

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Esteemed Advisor

Re: Link my nedbank account

@Rukhsar1706

 

From paypals help pages...............

 

How can I transfer funds from my PayPal account to my bank account in South Africa?

 

Transferring funds from your PayPal account directly to your eligible First National Bank of South Africa (ETF) bank account is easy and secure.

To transfer funds, you must first link your PayPal account to your bank account.

 

To link your PayPal account to your ETF account, follow these steps:

 

Log in to your FNB account at www.fnb.co.za.
Click on PayPal Services and then on Link PayPal Profile.
Follow the instructions to link your accounts. You will need to sign in to your PayPal account to confirm that you are the account holder.

 

After linking your PayPal account to your ETF account, follow these steps to transfer funds to your ETF bank account from your PayPal account:

Log in to your FNB account at www.fnb.co.za.
Click on PayPal Services and then on Withdraw from PayPal.
Enter the transfer amount in USD dollars. (Please check that your PayPal balance is sufficient to make the transfer.)
Follow the instructions to confirm the exchange rate, the Rand amount you will receive, and the Transaction Terms and Conditions.
You will be directed to PayPal to sign in and verify the amount you are transferring to your ETF account.
Then you will be redirected to the FNB site. Your funds will be transferred to your bank account within 3 to 6 business days.

 

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Re: Link my nedbank account

we are asking for NEDBANK not FNB.

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Esteemed Advisor

Re: Link my nedbank account

@donnaoreilly 

 

Well I have provided the information to show what you CAN link.

If NEDBANK is not in that link information then its pretty easy to work out that FNB is the ONLY bank that they accept...........so your welcome.


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