what is paypal id? is it the mail id?

@padu19 (1441)
India
May 18, 2007 3:20am CST
hi.. i have reached my payout level in 2 sites long back, but didn't get my payout yet. i contacted donkeymail. i was told that i should add my mail id and not the account id. is it for all sites that i should mail id only for paypal??? please do help me out !!!
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@prasad1961 (5602)
• India
18 May 07
You've to register yourself with Paypal site adding your email ID as Paypal ID. Then only payment with Donkeymail is possible. Otherwise you can register with EGold account also for getting payout. But careful in getting register with them, because more number of hackers are trying to involve with false duplicate site. For help visit my blog http://tips4onlineearning.blogspot.com/
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@skbadhan (881)
• India
18 May 07
hi prasad i too have joined donkeymails but i am not getting how to earn on this site will you please help me my email id is extraincome_just4u@yahoo.co.in
@saq786 (735)
18 May 07
yes paypal id is the your email address that you registered with, so when you log on to paypal you have to use your email address as paypal id. hope that helps you.
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@nishdan01 (3054)
• Singapore
18 May 07
PayPal lets you send money to anyone with email. PayPal is free for consumers and works seamlessly with your existing credit card and checking account. As a buyer, you can pay for your item online through PayPal. You have the choice of funding your payment with your debit card, credit card, bank account or PayPal balance. Sellers are notified by email of your PayPal payment immediately, and can confidently post the goods to you right away. As a seller, you can then withdraw those new funds to your bank account or use them to send a payment to someone else. Check more at www.paypal.com Now at mylot, you need to give the id used at paypal to transfer your money to your account.Then from paypal you can transfer to your bank account.
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@mari123 (1862)
• China
18 May 07
yes,Paypal id is you email id.the most important is your email as your paypal account.
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