How Can I Transfer Funds From Paypal Account Going To My EON Card?

Philippines
December 16, 2008 6:50am CST
I am planning to give myself a gift. I am planning to transfer all the funds that I have earned going to my EON Account? How will I do that? Actually , what I did is click withdraw, then it says that itr would be process in 7 banking days. Is what I did is right? How did you transfer the funds that you have earned from online? Thanks a lot. Your response is highly appreciated.
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3 responses
@owelm0408 (1011)
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
yah..as long as you've been verified using by paypal user, you can withdraw your money to your EON account now...i have done it once and its very easy..Paypal charges $5 for the transfer fee, however, unionbank will not charge you anymore..that means, you will have your money in full..On my first transaction, it took 3 days before the money be reflected on my eon online account...good luck to you!
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
i thought its for free. why there is a $5 charge?
@owelm0408 (1011)
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
its free if you withdraw 7000 up to your bank account i think..but below that, you will be charge 50 pesos...however, bank bank here in the Philippines charges around 200 - 250 pesos..depending on the bank...so that is at least 4-5 dollars also...Therefore, its still the same if you withdraw it on your EON..for me Eon is more convenient because i can readily use my card in stores accepting VISA.not like in the bank, you still have to withdraw it,..did you get the how it works?
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
yes, i transfered around 150 dollars.
@tombiz (2039)
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
Yes, I think it is that easy. I have already done that and the money came to my EON account within 4 days plus they are only charging I think p50 -- it is because Paypal and EON have special agreement. Don't worry on that.
• Philippines
16 Dec 08
thanks for the information. it is very helpful.
@katemeow (848)
• Singapore
16 Dec 08
EON to paypal is very easy :) Btw, they only have this charge if you the p50 processing fee when you withdraw an amount below p7000 but p7000 and above there is no charge :)
@mykmari_08 (2466)
• Philippines
17 Dec 08
Foremost, I'd like to say that I'm quite interested with this topic you created here, friend. And if I'm not mistaken, you subsequently made another discussion about transferring 7,000 pesos from paypal to your EON account. Just like you, I'm a Filipino myself. And I think that's wonderful news, friend! Just last Friday, I was able to submit my requirements to open an account with one of the branches of Unionbank, which is near to my workplace. I even thought that I was going to pay the 350 pesos charge at that very moment, but the new accounts clerk informed me that they are going to collect it when the account has already been approved. Further, I was instructed by the bank employee to come back to the bank's branch after one week. So, I do have an appointment with them this coming Friday. Hopefully, my account will be approved already. Anyway, regarding my earnings, I haven't received any from mylot community because I decided to increase my target payout to 50 dollars. Initially, I have set it to the minimum payout of 10 dollars. But I was bombarded by paypal with a lot of messages in my inbox. At that time, I still couldn't spare any amount for initial deposit. Eventhough I do have a full time job, I'm finding it real difficult to make ends meet; considering that I'm the only one working for my own family. My spouse hasn't worked for more than a week now. And I must admit that I do hate him for it. But I have no other choice, since our daughter is depending on me. Anyway, I guess if my bank account is okay already, I will transfer my earnings from paypal to my Cyber account right away. With regards to my earnings here in mylot, I am about to reach my desired payout and I'm very much positive that I'll be reaching it before this week ends. I'm glad on your success. With the money on your hands, you could purchase a lot of stuff or a mobile phone in particular, or invest some of it; specially now that our country is and will be greatly affected by the global economic crisis in the days to come. Happy holidays, friend!