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does your paypal from moneymakers ever expire?

horrorfreakshow
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if you make money with money makers but you dont collect it for a few months does it keep accumulating or does it expire?
horrorfreakshow posted Jan 24, 2011
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branie

I have been using paypal for awhile. I have left money in my account which I received from selling stuff on ebay and never had a problem. I have never left money in my account for more then 6 months, I would always transfer it over to my own bank account. So if I was you I would check before leaving it, but I can't see how your money would expire, maybe a fee would be imposed by paypal but not expire.

branie (rep: 105k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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akaricke

No. Your money stays in there unless you spend it or transfer to your checking account.

akaricke (rep: 160k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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jamesjr55

Is horrorfreakshow talking about money that is in his paypal account or money that is earned on here but doesn't meet the $50 payout limit

jamesjr55 (rep: 21.8k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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Deedle_pie

Very good question. I hope Dealsplus keeps it accumulating until you reach the $50.00 limit to transfer.

Deedle_pie (rep: 2.5k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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horrorfreakshow

I mean if i accumulate say $300 in moneymakers here on dealsplus and i dont claim it for 8 months does it disapear or could i pull out say $310 in 9 months down the road?

horrorfreakshow (rep: 2k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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blackfoot

you have to claim the money you make off money makers? I thought it was deposited in your paypal once a month

blackfoot (rep: 828k) posted Jan 24, 2011

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ucrual

Paypal pays interest. Enroll in the PayPal Money Market Fund, maintain a balance, and your money will grow.
https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_upgrade-interest-marcom&outside

ucrual (rep: 31.9k) posted Jan 25, 2011

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solowkoe

Paypal is like a bank account. The money doesn't go away. It earns interest even. I've had over 1000 in my paypal for over a year from selling stuff on ebay. Hope this helps.

solowkoe (rep: 5.7k) posted Jan 25, 2011

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