How To Verify Your PayPal using BDO ATM Debit Card

Not Only EON Card but BDO ATM Debit Card can also be use to verify your PayPal!

Still wondering how you can verify your Paypal Philippines account? After teaching you how to use an Eon Visa Electron card to get your PayPal account verify, this time, I will walk you through the process of verifying your Paypal Philippines account using a BDO ATM debit card. First of all you must have a BDO debit card. Don't have one? - Go to the nearest BDO Bank and apply.

Note: Make sure that the name and address reflected on your application form for ATM Debit Card is the same as the name and address you register on your PayPal account otherwise these instructions won't work!


Now that you have you PayPal account and BDO ATM Debit Card we're ready:

1. Enable internet banking feature in your BDO ATM Debit Card. Visit and sign-up for an account. After signing-up, print and sign the application form then submit it to any of BDO Branch. Wait a week or two for your application to be approved. Once approved, you will receive an email to notify you of your approval.

2. Login to your PayPal account and click "Get Verified"

3. Before you continue make sure you have at least 300Php on your BDO ATM Debit Card account as PayPal will deduct charges on your verification. Don't worry this amount will be reimbursed/transferred to your PayPal account.

4. Fill up the form asking for details about your Debit Card, then click continue. All information is on your card. Make sure that the name on your BDO Debit Card is the same as the name on your PayPal account or it won't work. After filling up the form and clicking continue, PayPal will ask you for your Expanded Use Number or 4 digit pin code. So leave it open and do step 5.

5. Log-in to your Online BDO Account. (The one you used for verification). Click on "My Portfolio" then "My Transaction" and set the preset date to "Last 7 Days". Look for a transaction like this POS W/D SV PP (5674 E 4xxxxxxxxx MC SGP 0xxxxxxxxxxx). Your 4-digit pin code or Expanded Use Number is the first four numbers after the "PP" in this example it's the numbers 5674.

6. Go back to your PayPal account. Enter the 4-digit pin code and hit verify or continue or enter and voila! You're now verified.


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