How to Send Money via PayPal Without Credit Card ? – Useful Tricks for Overseas Payments

Sending or receiving Money overseas had never been so easy for online entrepreneurs. A traditional cheque method takes too long time to get delivered to destination and adding more worries to your online payment experience it keeps a greater charge from your hard earned money, but then PayPal came into existence. After that, sending or receiving money from overseas became quite easy, fast, safe and secure through PayPal but the major problem is how to send money via PayPal without credit card ?

Send Money via PayPal Without Credit Card
As you know that Asian countries like India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka etc. has to face more problems in verifying their credit or debit card and sometimes even their bank account through PayPal and it becomes difficult to send or receive money through PayPal from overseas but that is a different topic which I would discuss later. Today I’m going to show you a trick that would help you to send and receive money from overseas specially for those who don’t own a credit card.

Friends, I’m from India and in India, as per Reserve Bank Of India’s rules and regulations you can’t keep money holding in your PayPal account balance. The money is auto-withdrawn to your primary bank account while for sending money through PayPal you need to link your card to your PayPal account. Let me tell you, I’m a frequent buyer and whatever stuffs I like, I buy it without thinking much about it. But this “Buy whatever you like” attitude took me to a store where only PayPal is accepted for transactions.

I tried to buy it but got the message to link my debit or credit card. So I tried to link my State Bank of India SILVER DEBIT CARD but failed to link it. I contacted PayPal customer support using mail as well as Toll free no. Let me inform all Indian friends that PayPal has toll free number specially for Indians – 18002123852. You may contact them from 9:00 AM to 9:00 PM. They informed me- “As of now only ICICI BANK’s DEBIT CARDs can be linked to PayPal for sending money or else use a CREDIT CARD”.

I was much disappointed as opening an ICICI Bank’s account would need me around 10k (Rs. 10,000) while taking a credit card is much more difficult for young entrepreneurs like me as it not only requires a fixed deposit of Rs. 10k or more but also other documents like monthly salary report etc. are required, producing which is really tough for bloggers or entrepreneurs like us. I joined various discussions on Social networks but most of them disappointed me. Here is a discussion through a post on Facebook community – BAGICS-BLOGGER COMMUNITY

How to Send Money via PayPal without Credit Card ?

So finally, I struck by a trick that helped me to buy that stuff and keep my “Buy whatever you like” attitude alive. Here is how to send money via PayPal without credit card :

  • Open an account with Entropay.
  • You’ll get a virtual CREDIT CARD.
  • Fund it with your SBI or whatever you own debit or ATM card.
  • Link it to your PayPal account and make transactions.

How to Send Money via PayPal without Credit Card ? - Entropay Helps to Send money vis PayPal without Credit Card.

That’s it ! Just check this trick and send money via PayPal without credit card. It worked ? Yea, of course ! Now enjoy sending money overseas through PayPal without Credit Card. Enjoy sending money with your any of debit card as all of debit card works with entropay. Happy Buying as well as happy PayPal… !

If you found this trick useful, must share with your friends.

However if you found any problem using this trick to send money via PayPal without credit card, do let me know using comment section below. I would love to help you as soon as possible.

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Rahul Dubey

Rahul Dubey is 20 years old, a web-based entrepreneur and owner of Rahul enjoys learning new tips and tricks related to technology. He helps bloggers excel online with his effective lessons and tools that he uses for successful blogging. His works often gets mentioned on popular magazines like Forbes and Huffington Post etc. And what makes him stand out of crowd is his friendly attitude of sharing what he learns. Got a query ? Ask me via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Email.

10 comments… add one
  • Kamlesh Sharma Oct 8, 2014, 10:33 pm

    Hey Rahul ,
    this is really great article and it will help for beginners surly.
    Thanks for sharing information

    • Rahul Dubey Oct 9, 2014, 8:00 am

      Yea, really.
      Not only beginners, in fact experienced and pro ones also struggle to send or transfer money via PayPal without credit card. Eventually they are forced and end up getting a credit card for transactions.

      So this trick will surely help them too. 🙂

      Thanks for your kind feedback.

  • RAJ Dec 24, 2014, 6:30 am

    entropay also stopped working from 1 month do u have any other hack or method ?

    • Rahul Dubey Dec 24, 2014, 1:37 pm

      Hello Raj !

      I myself recently did a small transaction using my Entropay account. So I think you are mislead by wrong information about it. Entropay is still working. However, if you are still facing any problem then consider contacting their customer support. They are very helpful.

      Thanks !

  • Karan Bhagat Nov 19, 2015, 10:48 pm

    Now this is something unique. Frankly speaking I never heard about Entropay but glad I found this, although I have a credit card linked to my paypal but yes there was a time when I faced the same problem of not being able to link any debit card except ICICI. A heartiest thanks to you for letting me know about this.


    • Rahul Dubey Nov 20, 2015, 12:57 pm

      Hello Karan,

      I’m glad you liked it. I myself had to face this problem. I tried this trick and Entropay helped me to transfer funds via PayPal with virtual credit card. So I thought its good idea to share this information to help others. Although now, some other (Indian) bank’s debit cards also support and can be linked to PayPal but this method is still helpful.

      Looking forward to hear more from you. Thanks !

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