I did a "Direct Wire Transfer" with paypal for an online purchase last week, and it still hasn't shown up on my bank's online system. How long does it normally take for it to show up as a charge?
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So I got charged by an online subscription service prematurely (4+ days prematurely, which for a 30 day renewal period, is quite a bit early). They used PayPal (my previous payment method), which drew the funds directly from my bank account.
I disputed the charges (not with PayPal, but with the company that charged me), and got a refund.
Yes, it is secure - I've used it for many years. In order to get paid, you will have to link it to your bank account. This means that you must treat it very securely, just as you would with online banking.
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