Have you tried the Paypal Encasher?

@chiwasaki (4661)
Philippines
November 4, 2015 8:19pm CST
Here in the Philippines, if you have a Paypal account, you need to increase your funds before you can transfer it to your bank without any charge. Withdrawal of your funds may also take some time. However, I encountered some Paypal encasher that are legit and they post proof of transfer. You can transfer Paypal funds to them and they can transfer it to you right away to your bank such as BDO, BPI and Union bank or using money transfer such as Western Union. The charge is very low and this is very convenient for me. Have you tried these Paypal Encasher?
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@antonbunot (9504)
• Calgary, Alberta
5 Nov 15
Have not used my paypal account since last December, 2014. Is there no paypal enhancer yet, in which our money in paypal increases for no reason at all?
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@chiwasaki (4661)
• Philippines
8 Nov 16
I like that! Lol!
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• Calgary, Alberta
8 Nov 16
@chiwasaki You like it . . I like it, too . . but Prez Duterte for sure does not like it . . as it is like his politicians stealing money intended for projects.
@carexing25 (1832)
• Philippines
5 Nov 15
haven't heard of that yet.. can you tell me more about that Paypal encasher, a particular site or name,perhaps
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@owlwings (39059)
• Cambridge, England
5 Nov 15
See the link I have posted.
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• Philippines
6 Nov 15
@owlwings thanks i'll try to check this one out
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@chiwasaki (4661)
• Philippines
8 Nov 16
There are several trusted ones. Make sure to check their profile.
@Freelanzer (8491)
• Canada
5 Nov 15
Never heard of them but I won't need to use it. Paypal is like my bank so I only withdraw what I need when I need and it takes about a week which is fine with me
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• Philippines
5 Nov 15
Good for you. In our country, paypal is not the main account wherein we handle our monetary activities. We transfer them to bank accounts after earning.
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@chiwasaki (4661)
• Philippines
8 Nov 16
I transfer my funds to my bank if I need cash.
@Teep11 (6992)
• United States
5 Nov 15
I'm not familiar with this but Paypal I'm familiar with. I love Paypal. They seem to go out of their way to make sure customers are receiving what they need and want. I appreciate you sharing this with us.
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@SIMPLYD (78586)
• Philippines
5 Nov 15
I always have Paypal transfer my money to my EON account . In three days it is already transferred for free . However there's an annual fee of 350 pesos .
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• Philippines
6 Nov 15
It is free? Wow good.
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@SIMPLYD (78586)
• Philippines
6 Nov 15
@jvincent_129 Not actually because it has the annual fee of 350 pesos .
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• Philippines
6 Nov 15
@SIMPLYD If you are using this card often then, I guess it is worth it. Dont you switch to a different Unionbank card?
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• Philippines
5 Nov 15
I havent tried this. I cashed out one time, had no choice because I need the money and the limit is still far from the amount. Do these Paypal Encasher have names?
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@owlwings (39059)
• Cambridge, England
5 Nov 15
I have posted a link to a review of several.
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• Philippines
6 Nov 15
@owlwings Well, the fees they are charging are more expensive than direct transfer from paypal to the bank account. You only get charged P50 for transfer less than 6999. And greater than 7000 its free.
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@owlwings (39059)
• Cambridge, England
6 Nov 15
@jvincent_129 That is what I would have expected. Anyone setting up a service like this would have to charge for it. P7000 is roughly $150, however, so there may be situations where it is beneficial to use the service on the grounds of speed or where the fees they charge (as a percentage of the amount) are less than PayPal's fixed charge - for example, for amounts less than about P500.
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@dodoazo (17727)
• Philippines
5 Nov 15
I have using PP for several years already and I found no problem. The only problem lies on the payor which has increased their charge from the money you earned from them. Others don't have any single penny service charges.
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@chiwasaki (4661)
• Philippines
8 Nov 16
Fees are headache!
@owlwings (39059)
• Cambridge, England
5 Nov 15
Here is a review of several of the available encashers. I can't vouch for the accuracy of the review, of course, but it does give a little more detail about the nature of the services and how much they charge.
The idea is to send your PayPal balance to the said service, then their agents will transfer the cash equivalent (less their fees) to your bank account within minutes of clearing time. That makes r...
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