Good News!!! PayPal Waived off charges for Withdrawl.

India
March 1, 2011 11:07pm CST
Congrats to all mylotters... I just received a mail from Paypal customer support and it says "PAYPAL WILL WAIVE OFF ALL THE CHARGES FOR WITHDRAWAL BELOW Rs.7000/- in India" So now i think everyone will be happy. Mainly Indian Online Earners. So what your views over this matter please share with us.
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19 responses
• India
2 Mar 11
i did not receive any mail but if PayPal removed the charge means it was very good
• India
3 Mar 11
actually i asked a question from them and they answered it was not a regular mail
• India
3 Mar 11
Someone asked PayPal about this and he said the PayPal is discussing this matter and sometimes this rule will come and otherwise you will be forgotten
@nainesh1 (1657)
• India
2 Mar 11
I am also the paypal user from India but I didn't got that mail. If this is true it would be a great help for the online earners from India .
• India
3 Mar 11
ya this is 100% true dear this is not a regular mail you can ask their customer support and they will reply you.
@Rakshas (223)
• India
2 Mar 11
Hi Akhi, Hope the news is true but can you please do all of us a favor can u please show us the proof because none of Indians received this mail than how come you received it.So please let us know did u contacted paypal customer service so that your received this mail.?? Or they mailed you and if they mailed you how come we all didn't received it???
• India
3 Mar 11
dear i contacted their customer care and then got this mail it was not a regular mail sent to all..
• United States
2 Mar 11
That's awesome! I am very glad to hear that PayPal will be waiving those charges. They already charge enough fees for other junk, so they definitely don't need to have any stupid withdraw charges just so you can receive your money that you earned!
• India
3 Mar 11
but i hope they will reply the limit of $10 also
• India
4 Mar 11
Hi akhilesh I have seen many discussions on this paypal issue issue, i too was also too much worried, i withdrar my money in two steps, it was 10$ once and next 11$ to make the fund zero there, i had to pay 50 rupees each.. Thanks for sharing Cheers. BE HAPPY ALWAYS. Professor ‘Bhuwan’. .
@few00cent (2143)
• India
4 Mar 11
I have not got any e-mail yet from them..they are charging around 50 rupees for withdrawal below 7000 rupees.I think the fees is yet low as we get money deposited directly into our bank account..other payment process could coast us 3-20 dollar for bank process.
@DoctorDidi (7030)
• India
3 Mar 11
It is really very good news. Thank you.
@hieuhanh (98)
• Vietnam
3 Mar 11
I did not India . Congratulation to you !! I wish Paypal will waive off charges for withdrawal , it's so expensive :(
@kingparker (9698)
• United States
3 Mar 11
Well, it is a great news for Indian earner here, but not for the U.S. and other part of the world. I remember last time I received my payment from a U.K. base company, they sent me the payout, and they charged me for that $2.00 transaction charge. What a rip - off though.
• China
3 Mar 11
I don't have received the mail. If it's really true, it may be very excited. I'm a new mylotter, yesterday I still consider this problem, it really bothers me. Because I earn a little money from mylot now, if withdrawl need charges, little money may be left.
3 Mar 11
i think even if they waived it off to 0.700Rs, it's still useless since money making sites has minimum cashou, if there is a money making site that would let you to cash out in 0.700 Rs. then it would be great
@srganesh (6349)
• India
2 Mar 11
Like many other people, I also haven't received this information from paypal. If this is going to be true, I will feel really happy. At least we don't lose anything from our hard earned money in the name of service charge. But let there not be any hidden hooks, I pray!
• India
2 Mar 11
Well , this is a fake discussion you have created my friend . this is not so . just check out in withdraw page in paypal . I contacted them , they said the decision has not yet taken place as soon as it will be taken it will be noted to the paypal-apac site . may be a good news is awaitened . but from my opinion , they will put the minimum withdraw from 10$ to 5$ not less than this as it merely costs only about 250 INR maximum . However , i am also waiting with my money in my account . hope they donot disappoint . Or else i will just stop online earnings . You put up a false discussion . and thats wrong.
@akp100 (13327)
• India
2 Mar 11
Hi :) I haven't received any mail from paypal yet. But if it is true then it will be great for all Indian online earners. I am glad that paypal is thinking about us too. At least this will motivate us.
@amirev777 (2760)
• India
2 Mar 11
Hi I have not yet received the message from PayPal, but if what you are saying is true, I think it will really be a good news for Indian users. Since they levy withdrawal charges of Rs50/-, which roughly translates to about 1.14$, and since we need to transfer any money that we receive in our account within 7 days to our bank, if the amount is small, say 4-5$, what will be deposited in bank may not even worth peanuts.
@manubla (474)
• Philippines
2 Mar 11
Wow, that's really a good news if that's the case. I hope that will also be implemented here in our area. Sometimes, the withdrawal changes are just crazy in my opinion. Have a nice day! :)
• United States
2 Mar 11
I am happy to read your discussion as many Indian members have been worried for a while. I will be sure to pass this information along to some of my myLot Indian friends as perhaps some as the above responses are not aware. I actually posted your discussion link to a members discussion as I am hoping that they get the information.
@msdivkar (1903)
• India
2 Mar 11
It is really a good news you have given us Akhilesh otherwise we would have lost lot of money in transferring the money to Indian banks. The internet earning would have been meaningless to some extent. The rule now will work in our favor we will now see the money we earn in your bank accounts.
@vycess (1590)
• Saudi Arabia
2 Mar 11
Good news for you. I'm not from India. At least your earnings will not be lessen and all are happy. Happy for you all guys :) Good luck and paypal is really good and can really be trusted.