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Accepting money without ssn

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Accepting money without ssn

So I tried accepting money from a business account, it then said i needed a ssn. If i get money from a personal account will I still need SSN
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Re: Accepting money without ssn

Your saying if it is personal i still need ssn? I never needed it around october
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@JayGreg 

 

Did you read the link??? This was the FIRST line...

 

Starting March 29, we are changing the way our personal accounts work in the United States. 

 
After March 29, if someone sends you money and you don’t yet have a balance account, you’ll see an Accept the Money button. Once you click on it, you’ll see two options: Transfer it to your bank and Keep it in PayPal. Click Keep it in PayPal and follow the steps to get set up with PayPal Cash. This includes viewing the disclosures, user agreement and confirming your identity with us. 

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Re: Accepting money without ssn

not helpful ..how can I accept money without ssn ..what you wrote is not a answer

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@eiddyany 

 

You can't, that good enough for you?? 


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@nut673 

 

And this from someone that hasn't helped a single person on this forum ever  🤣

I will answer, when, if and however I like.

 

I gave a factual answer, the second poster was the rude one when I gave up my time to try and help the first one.

Equally the first poster provided me with x1 solution and x4 people left kudos.........so that leaves you in the minority.

 

But hey if you think you can do better then feel free to do so, I will await your helpful posts to other users of this forum with interest.

Or do you just give up your time to be rude to those that do help?


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