Paypal is a well-known worldwide online payments system that supports online money transfers serving as a replacement for traditional payment methods. Almost everybody can create a PayPal account, but some countries will experience limitations. Every person living in Aruba, Curaçao, Saint Martin and BES islands can open a Paypal account,however, you are limited to only make purchases (or send money) by attaching a credit or debit card to your account with your account. You will not be able to receive funds with this account. Your account can be verified with your credit/debit card and the only funds you can receive are refunds. If someone were to send you for example 100 bucks so you can celebrate your birthday with it, this will be impossible. With an account opened from a non-supportive country, you will not be able to attach any bank account to your account.
To find out what PayPal services are available in your country, click here and select your country. I am from Curaçao and it doesn’t even appear in the list. Curaçao was formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles, so I am going to select that. I can then see that I can only send funds with Paypal using four types of Credit Cards. The same will appear if you select Aruba, or BES islands.
However, you select United States for example, you can see that you can send and receive money using credit cards and your bank account, and you can withdraw from PayPal to your local bank account as well as through check. So PayPal is fully functional in United States, as well as other countries like Italy, United Kingdom, China, Brazil, Australia and the Netherlands, just to mention a few. It appears to be that some Spanish countries can receive money too as long as they have a US bank account.
If you re on the list of non-supported country, what can you do?
The short answer is, “Nothing. It is impossible to open an fully functional PayPal account from a non-supportive country. I am sorry!”
The long answer is, “There is a workaround.” This workaround I have explained in detail in a short e-book.
It is very important that you understand though, that by the end of the book, you will still not be able to open a PayPal account. However, if you really are in need a fully functioning PayPal account, I can help you achieve this, as long as you are serious. If you follow my instructions meticulously and we are able to trust each other with sensitive information, you will have your very own verified PayPal account, with complete control. You will be able to receive and withdraw funds from it, directly to your own bank account. It’s not an expensive process, but it’s not going to be free either. First of all, it costs time, (about three to four weeks), and it’s going to cost money, so be ready for that.
I chose to explain this process in a book rather than an online blog, because it requires cooperation, and it’s just not something I can tell you how to do it.
I am looking forward to help my own people from Curaçao, Aruba and Bonaire, because a lot of possibilities will be available once you have a PayPal account. You can start your own online business and help boosting our economy increasing foreign exchange.
How does it work?
I am glad you asked. It works in these simple steps.
Step 1: Transfer $60.44 (110,- guilders) to me. Yep, that’s the price.
Step 2: Send me the following information in a private message or email (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- Full First and Last Name
- Date of Birth
- Business Name for PayPal, if you want business account. (The difference in personal and business lies mostly in possibilities. A business account offers you a lot more possibilities business-wise, like for example if you intend to sell goods on your website, a business account is what you would need. Transactions are also limited to a certain amount with a Personal Account. In my case, I opened a business account. But if you don’t have the intention of selling anything online or carrying a lot of transactions, then you should be fine with a personal account.)
- E-mail address you want to link PayPal to. If you already have a PayPal account based on an unsupported country, then unfortunately, you will not be able to change it to a supported country. You will have to open a new account. If you really want to have a PayPal account using your current email address (that is already registered to an existing PayPal account), then you will need to change your email address in your current PayPal account. I explained how to do this in the e-book. You can also ‘Google’ how to do it. If this all seems too difficult, get someone to do it for you. With your login information, I can do it for you too.
- Your current (physical mailing) address.
- Your current phone number
(Make sure you type these information correctly)
Step 3: I will send you an e-mail with an e-book explaining how everything works.
Step 4: I cannot stress this enough……READ the entire book!
Step 5: Follow the instructions in the book (after reading the entire book first) by registering and downloading the necessary app. (Don’t sleep on it. I am very impatient, and I don’t like to waste time.)
Step 6: You will need my help to continue. Just let me know when you are ready.
You can deposit the total amount on one of these bank accounts:
Maduro & Curiel’s Bank: 105133607
Banco di Caribe: 31857701
Let me know if or when you made a deposit, and to which bank, and send me an e-mail where I can mail you the e-book to.
Optional: Maestro bank card.
If you want a Maestro Bank Card so you can make purchases in stores all over the world with your PayPal balance, you will need to deposit 100 Euros (or more) on your bank account. (Explained in the book) This amount is not for me. It will remain available to you.
Hmm, are there going to be monthly expenses after I get my PayPal account?
That is a very good legitimate question. You are a smart one. The answer is “No.” There will be zero monthly expenses. You will only have to deal with PayPal charges on funds you receive, but there are currently no monthly expenses. However, I don’t know how it will be in the future.
Conditions: A million things can go wrong with PayPal for no specific reason. A lot of people hates PayPal for a million reason, and I hate them for many reasons too (explained in the book). This is the reason I won’t be able to offer guarantees after you receive your PayPal account. There are no refunds (except if I am unable to provide you with a fully functioning PayPal account for technical reasons.) If something goes wrong, we will probably find a solution for your problem. I have researched more than one way to reach Rome. You have to be patient tho. It may take time!
Send me a message if you have further questions.