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Successful PayPal Withdrawals with Public Bank Visa Debit Card!

Posted on 15th August, 2008

A couple of days ago I tried withdrawing PayPal funds into my Public Bank Visa Card.

My planned was initially to test the withdrawal process by transferring a smaller amount but since many people have reported that they’ve successfully withdrawn funds into this card, I upped the amount to US500, my daily withdrawal limit.

The process went through without glitches.

Withdrawal dates from Paypal

 

The funds appeared in my Public Bank account in 3 to 5 days. Notice the increasing amount as they arrived in by Public Bank card account which was obviously due to the weakening Ringgit against the US dollars. I was making RM20 more in a matter of days due to the forex fluctuation.

Unlike some people who are probably hoping the Ringgit weakening trends to reverse, I on the other hand accept this with open arms, and actually quietly hoping the trend will continue (up to a point of course)!

Now, I am going to transfer the amount into my Public Bank account via their Internet banking facility. I’ll be investing the money back into my business, no partying or shopping will ensue at this moment πŸ™‚

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An engineer by training, Victor has been working full-time online as an Internet marketer, a programmer and an app developer since 2001. He has been blogging at Sabahan.com since 2006 sharing his experience and teaching people how to make money online. Click here to join his private Facebook Group for bloggers.

  • Credit Cards says:

    i just use public bank debit card. Hope its work. But right now, i use my own method.
    daizy

  • azharKL says:

    gunbom90: ofcourse you can..
    rosario: when someone transfer money into your paypal acc. πŸ˜€

  • Mary says:

    Hi… I want to ask u something. I want to buy something which is not from a website and i ask from someone to help me buy that things for me. I feel not very good about it cuz i afraid that thing not delivered to me when my money has been transfer to

  • rosario says:

    how did you get cash
    from paypal?

  • gunbomb90 says:

    Hey! Just wondering whether can i use Public Bank Debit cards to buy stuff online?

    And what is required to apply for one public bank debit card? Thanks!

  • gunbomb90 says:

    Hey Gaman. So basicly I can use Public Bank Debit cards to purchase stuff online? And what is the required qualifications to apply for one Public Bank Debit Card?

  • wahyun says:

    PBB card can be used to withdraw the money. But what kind of card exactly that paypal accept to VERIFY my account?

  • wahyun says:

    cool! but Im so new in this thing that i don’t even get my paypal acc verified. does anyone here could help me up? perhaps u guys can suggest acceptable debit cards for paypal in malaysia. thank u!

  • Hassu says:

    Hi… I want to ask u something. I want to buy something which is not from a website and i ask from someone to help me buy that things for me. I feel not very good about it cuz i afraid that thing not delivered to me when my money has been transfer to his account. What should i do?? Someone can help me to make me feel good??

  • Tvents says:

    I am about to use PayPal for my business through internet. However, I am still doubtful. I hope that I can be sure of using PayPal for transactions. PayPal can become the facility to build international business.

  • Cocacolya says:

    lucky guy…you know…in russia we cant use paypal..dont know why

  • j_hafiz says:

    another bank possible to activate paypal is what?

  • j_hafiz says:

    mm.. mister, can u pls tell me another bank for debit card possible to use beside public bank debit card?

  • savings says:

    Can I have a raw data to monitor conversion rates?

  • Great experience, thanks for sharing!

  • IT Buzz says:

    Thats really cool i never know about it.

  • NaS says:

    woah, pakcik kayo… mau buat belanja kawin ke sampai widthdraw rm10K dlm 10 hari! anyway, syabas kerana buat banyak pendapatan dari luar negara… (dan perkuatkan nilai ringgit secara tak langsung)

    I on the other had made a large international transfer for a 5-digit amount early last year, and realized that I’ve lost some RM3K due to recent currency fluctuation (increase in value for USD or drop of MYR’s accordingly). Kalaulah boleh predict forex exchange… πŸ˜‰

    Had to opt for TT though, coz, loads of ATM withdrawals capped at RM1,500 each won’t be practical. BTW, any of you Malaysian paypal tycoons successfully obtains Paypal Premium Business card? I have one, but it’s US-based. The withdrawal charge is much lower at just USD1 vs USD5 – those USD4 difference can buy you a full hearty meal each time woah…

  • Daddy Keaton says:

    I see alot Cashy πŸ™‚ luv it.. PBank is d best for Paypal widrawal

  • savings says:

    Very good illustration and goes to shows clear detiled info. Thanks

  • savings says:

    Nice post,I still have long way to go..Anyway can use CIMB or Alliance Bank to transfer fund from paypal right??

  • A good part of this is that the actual details were shown as they were displayed, and so the viewer feels that the facts are being represented as they occurred.

  • eyeman says:

    i just use public bank debit card. Hope its work. But right now, i use my own method.

  • Cocktail says:

    I wish I have paypal in my country too…

  • Wow , so paypal money can be withdraw easily now. Thanks for the info.
    Now I can start to sell online .

  • Thanks for the info..though I’m not a Malaysian but I do live in Malaysia so I guess I’d better get myself one..

    Yan

  • That’s annoying how you can’t transfer everything at once. On the plus side, it looks like you gained a few extra dollars due to the exchange rate going up!

  • rajapayloadz says:

    wow. thats big. I hope i can earn big like you next time. But i believe i need to do a lots of work first.

  • car blogz says:

    I just received PB debit card..
    Maybe I’ll get more income from paypal after this

  • Kay Kastum says:

    Same here Gaman. Weaker ringgit?? No problem!! He.. he.. wish that was my figures though.

  • mmuurrllyy says:

    anybody know..does Maybank Debit card can be used withdrawing money from paypal?

  • […] August 20, 2008 by Gaman  This is a follow up to my previous post regarding the PayPal funds withdrawals with Public Bank Visa Card. […]

  • BlogSavvy says:

    I have been with Paypal for quite some time, and have never tried to get the card, but it seems easy enough. Thanks for the post.

  • Rice Blogger says:

    can’t help noticing the large amount…congrats…

  • […] I also will share with you how you can manage to withdraw your money from some payment processor like paypal, e-gold, check and others too […]

  • Shally says:

    Nice..I still have long way to go..Anyway can use CIMB or Alliance Bank to transfer fund from paypal right??

  • DannyArcher says:

    Do you pay tax for money earned online? if yes, how many % do you contribute? if the answer is no, then why and which clause said we are exempted from paying tax. Just curious.

  • bantingboy says:

    sound graet. How you manage to earn big into your paypal??

  • kotoh says:

    I don’t care about transferring fund from PayPal to PBB debit card but I wonder how do you make that so much money in your PayPal account… he.. he..

  • papajoneh says:

    Sorry, just cannot help it. Just from the two posts you made incl. this one, you sounded like you just applied PBB debit card and like it sounded “new info” to you???

    Knowing u little bit, this is totally “surprise” for me. I’ve been doing this withdrawal to the PBB debit card without problem since when.. I forgot already. I guess other Malaysians too. I thought you knew??

    Anyway, congrats on the successful withdrawal. The higher USD to RM, the better for us all. right πŸ˜‰

    • Gaman says:

      Yes, actually I’ve just applied for PBB card a few weeks ago. It’s not a new info to me but new activity to do LOL as you can see here. I wrote that in Oct 2007

      http://www.sabahan.com/2007/10/01/malaysian-can-now-withdraw-money-from-their-paypal-account/

      You commented in the post you have successfully withdrawn fund too.

      Perhaps the main point of these two posts is that if there’s a way to remove the U$500 daily limit and it appears that no Malayisian has been able to do that yet. No one has written about this besides their personal experience withdrawing certain amount from PayPal.

  • pinolobu says:

    Before this, how did you get cash from paypal?

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