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hello , I am Nancy, from Vietnam. I am writing to know about the rate exchange currency and fees of rate exchange currency. For example, I am using VND in Vietnam bank, I want to send 100 US dollar to my friend for shopping, so how I need to pay by Paypal.
Thank you, Please supporting
Follow these Steps first
#1 login to your account Paypal Balance area
#2 scroll all the way down & click on (FEES)
#3 check the rates of country if I don't recall it looks like this
2.99% charge by the Dollar in your currency or US Currency
$4.99 or $2.99 charge depending where you fall in country Position around the world
& follow these steps but I'm not 100% sure since you live in China
#1 try to make a deposit with your Bank to Paypal Balance should look like this
Nancy Bank<----Transfer into----->Paypal Bank so than you can do this
Nancy Paypal Balance<----Transfer to<---->friend Paypal Balance in United States.
if your having a hard time sending money to Paypal Balance/Bank from your Bank follow these steps to contact Paypal.
#1 login to Paypal Balance summary
#2 scroll all the way down to (Contact us)
#3 scroll all the way down to & click on (Email us)
#4 select (Payments)
#5 Select (Sending money)
#6 select (Cant' make a Payment)
#7 write your message in the window for Paypal explaining what your trying to do
#8 click (send email)
I hope that all that information helps you dear any other questions don't hesitate to ask 😉