How to encash your Paypal Earnings?

This is not the usual informative how-to post on encashing your paypal earnings. You can easily search them thru Google. I just needed the little cash I made online right away that I really have no other choice. I thought I share it with you.

You see I made some bucks thru paid posts and the earnings goes to my Paypal account. All $38 of it.

The problem is that I have yet to link my paypal account to a local bank to encash it. Union Bank's Eon is an example.

So, I asked the help of my good friend and blogging idol, Apol. He had cashed in on his blogging earnings lots of times. The plan was to transfer my Paypal money to his account and he'll give me mine once he encashed his.

That's the simple thing that I did.

WARNING! Just do the same only with a person you can trust with your own life. ;)



3 comments:

young said...

yeah you are right..
in case of money.. trust the person you trust for life...


Jane
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Derek said...

It's true.
Trust the right person, work with trustworthy persons. Check the site: smartappsportal.com is a great opportunity.

Krizzelle Aragon said...

so having a union bank account can make it? well why not create you're own account at union bank instead of entrusting you're money to you're friend you have faith with. right? "people are people guys" just a reminder.

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