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my mobile number was online dington number that was disabled now how can i login my paypal account without mobile number verifications
I lost my phone number and I cant log into to my main paypal account. where do I contact them??
What kind of verification I need to provide them???
Hello, I have had a paypal account for many years. I haven't been able to log in for months now as my old phone number is registered on the account so I can't pass the security check. I have contacted twitter, they have told me the only thing I can do is phone customer services, which I can't do as a suffer with really bad anxiety and can't do phone calls. I have tried everything I possibly can, Would really love to have my Paypal account back
Can someone help me to bypass the verification for my deactivated mobile number?
I already verified thru email but I'm unable to proceed since it's asking for another verification
thru my mobile number which is already deactivated and not working anymore.
I need to somehow use only one paypal account.
Please anyone help me.
My old Paypal account is under yahoo email account.
Hi I want log may account not possibly change my mobile number can you please confirm may New nambe <removed> please then kyou <removed>
I have the same problem. I've been using PayPal for so long that they only have two old landlines of mine on file. When this new 2-step verification thing comes up because they want to send a verification code to my mobile, it tries to send it to these old landlines that I don't have anymore. I can't even update my numbers because I'm locked out because of the verification thing. My email hasn't changed however, so why can't they send a verification code via email like everyone does since forever?
I've had to switch over to using credit/debit cards for payments, which is fine except not everyone accepts cards.
Phone help? Some of us are complete introverts and the very idea of talking to someone over a phone about some difficult problem really stresses us out. Just have an emal option!
I suspect a big chunk of PayPal's users have been (permanently?) locked out of their accounts by this. However, it's not 2005 anymore so there are lots of alternative payment methods these days.