Sending Payments Sample Clauses

Sending Payments. You may send money to another User at your initiation or in response to that User’s request for money. You understand that use of the Zelle and Other Payment Services by you shall at all times be subject to:
Sending Payments. In order to send payments through our Service we require you to provide PayPal with a number of forms of identification as further described and protected in our Privacy Policy. We require this information to authenticate your identity and to determine how much you may send with your account. We may require additional information from you depending on your location and other factors. Based on the information you provide, we will determine your Sending Limit. Generally, accounts that have a confirmed email address and credit card on file may send up to $2,000.00 USD. Accounts that are Verified by adding and confirming a bank account will receive a higher Sending Limit or no limit at all.
Sending Payments. You may send virtual currency from your Account to another User’s account or to an external virtual currency address; however, we reserve the right to require you to provide certain information including, without limitation, identification information and settle any outstanding fees or other amounts prior to completing any such payments. You authorize us to deduct from your Account fees, costs, expenses and claims due and unpaid by you. All Virtual Currency Transactions are at your sole risk.
Sending Payments. In order to send payments through our Service we require you to provide PayPal with a number of forms of identification as further described and protected in our Privacy Policy. We require this information to authenticate your identity and to determine how much you may send with your account. We may require additional information from you depending on your location and other factors. Based on the information you provide, we will determine your Sending Limit. Generally, accounts that have a confirmed email address and credit card on file may send up to $2,000.00 USD. Accounts that are Verified by adding and confirming a bank account will receive a higher Sending Limit or no limit at all. 6.2 Enrolling in the Expanded Use Program. Non-U.S. members (and some U.S. members) will be asked to enroll in the Expanded Use Program before they may send any payments. Once you confirm an email address, add a credit card, and enter your Expanded Use Number, your account will have an unlimited sending limit. American Express has decided to decline PayPal credit card transactions that are funded with an American Express Corporate Card. As a result, any attempts to register or use an American Express Corporate Card will be denied. Some accounts, at PayPal's discretion, may have a higher or lower limit before completing enrollment in the Expanded Use Program. Some transactions, at PayPal's discretion, may not apply towards the limit. To obtain your Expanded Use Number, you must pay a $1.95 USD Expanded Use Fee, log in to your PayPal account, and enter the four-digit Expanded Use Number associated with the $1.95 USD charge. After you have successfully entered your Expanded Use Number, you will receive a $1.95 USD bonus on the next PayPal payment you send. (This bonus may take up to 24 hours to process and be reflected in your PayPal account balance.) This Expanded Use enrollment will be complete and your sending limit lifted if and when you correctly enter your Expanded Use Number on the PayPal website. If you remove the funding source (e.g. the bank account or credit card) used to enroll in the Expanded Use Program, PayPal may require you to enroll in the Expanded Use Program again. 6.3 Refused Payments. When you send a payment to a third party through our Service, the recipient is not required to accept the payment, even if the recipient is already registered with PayPal. The recipient may return the payment or, in some cases, use the PayPal Service to deny payments that yo...
Sending Payments