These cards can be found at CVS, grocery stores, gas stations, and other stores. They have a similar look and feel to the Vanilla Reload Cards, but these can only be loaded to your PayPal account. They do have the same $3.95 activation fee per card. Here is the front and back of the PayPal My Cash Card:
Here is a copy of my receipt showing the $3.95 fee. I was able to use my credit card to pay for the purchase.
You will need to go to https://www.paypal-cash.com/ and click the yellow PayPal Access button to get started.
Enter your PayPal account login information.
The PayPal My Cash Card has a $500 daily reload limit and a $4,000 calendar month reload limit. Scratch off the back of the PayPal My Cash Card to reveal the 10 digit PIN and enter that into the text box.
Double check that the amount is correct and click the Yes, Load It Up button (such enthusiasm from PayPal).
Here is the confirmation screen showing the details of your recent reload. It will also show you how much more you can load that day ($0 for me) and how much more you can load that month ($3,500 for me). If you have another PayPal My Cash Card, you can load it to a different PayPal account or try again the following day.
Before loading the PayPal My Cash Card into my PayPal account, I had a current balance of $372.50.
After loading my PayPal My Cash Card, my PayPal balance went up $500 to $872.50.
Here is the reload details, it even knows that you bought the PayPal My Cash Card at CVS.
You will also receive a confirmation email of your recent PayPal My Cash Card reload.
That’s it. If you have a PayPal Business Debit Card, you can use that card to reload your Bluebird Card ($400 daily debit transaction maximum) or you can earn cash back by loading your Bluebird Card online (link).
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