inactive digital account can cost you BRL 50; see how to avoid

Online payment service draws the attention of customers with money in their account, but who have not used it for over a year

The PayPal online payment service announced on October 28 that it should start charging customers who have an inactive account. If the customer has a registration, but there is no movement in the account, the next time it is used, R$ 50 will be debited, whatever the service.

To avoid this type of situation, the user needs to make a purchase and set the payment via PayPal or, if he prefers, withdraw the money that is available. If you are going to make a transfer, just access the application and click on “transfer resources”.

In this way, the customer needs to enter the desired amount, review their transaction data and click on “transfer”. By doing this operation, the person will avoid being charged with the charge and will keep his account active, in addition to not losing the saved balance.

Paypal digital account billing

One of the most used online payment services by Brazilians, PayPal has been highlighted for its various financial functions, including international transfers and receipts.

In a statement on its official website, the company commented that the fee will be charged to users who have not entered the application and have carried out some activity on the account in the last 12 months.

After that period, the account is considered inactive. After that, if the customer does not use it within the next 60 days even after the charge, the account will be completely excluded from the fintech service.

The fee will only apply to customers who have some money stored in their account. In case of zeroed inactive accounts, charges should not happen. According to PayPal, the fee for these registrations will be €10, which corresponds to just over R$50.

To avoid this circumstance, fintech PayPal offers users some tips, such as, for example, buying some type of product, since the service is integrated with several digital stores. This is the case with PlayStation Store and Nintendo eShop.

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