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Paypal rejects card payments

Jan 1, 2021 | Information

If you you receive a rejection message from Paypal or your payment is not going throw when you try to pay with your credit / debit card, then this could indicate a number of issues. Some common reasons why PayPal could reject cards are:

1. Credit Card Is Linked or Associated with a PayPal Account.

If you’re using a credit card that’s linked or assigned to a PayPal account, try login to PayPal during payment process. You can change the source of fund to make the payment after logged in to use credit card instead of PayPal balance.

So if you have a credit card already added to your account, there is no point in choosing the guest checkout, just log into PayPal account and PayPal will use the credit card automatically or you can change the funding source.

2. Credit Card Is Previously Used in PayPal Account or Assigned in Closed PayPal Account

PayPal remembers a credit card details even when it’s already been removed from the account. The information also been remembered even if PayPal account which linked to the credit card is closed and deleted. In this case, try another credit card, or assigned the credit card to a PayPal account, and pay with account logged in.

3. PayPal Limit on Non-Member Credit Card Usage

According to PayPal source, there is a limit based on the number of times, the amount of the transactions, the type of merchandise being sold that a credit card can be used within the system without having to verify ownership by opening an account. The restriction is for security and fraud protection reasons. There is no workaround to this limitation, but you should be able to use another credit card. If there is problem, try using another email address. Else, register for a PayPal account.

4. Credit Card or Email Address Raises Flag in the Transaction

Closely link to reasons above, where some part of the transaction raises flag on the server that stop the payment. Two possible flags are on credit card or email address. Try changing either credit card or e-mail address or both when attempting to pay again