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    Default How does one transfer monies from paypal to a local bank???

    I've been having difficulties getting a reasonable answer from our local banks regards paypal. All I've been told is to use a swift code for their JP Morgan Chase account. To add, I want to avoid bothering someone to send the money via WU and also to avoid WU converting the money to JA$.

    Could someone explain what's the right procedure?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Yung_Jah View Post
    I've been having difficulties getting a reasonable answer from our local banks regards paypal. All I've been told is to use a swift code for their JP Morgan Chase account. To add, I want to avoid bothering someone to send the money via WU and also to avoid WU converting the money to JA$.

    Could someone explain what's the right procedure?



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    What about the cheque option?
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    As in paypal sending a cheque to me? Never thought of it. And does paypal charge to send a cheque? If so, how much? And how long does it take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by g2cris View Post
    I thought adding PayPal to a Payoneer credit card is no longer possible on new signups, as per http://community.payoneer.com/discus...pting-payoneer
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    sorry cant help you then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by g2cris View Post

    Oh zeen. Though someone just commented about it below. Guess it won't work.

    Quote Originally Posted by gW33Zy View Post
    I thought adding PayPal to a Payoneer credit card is no longer possible on new signups, as per http://community.payoneer.com/discus...pting-payoneer
    Hmmm....So what's my next option?
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    Use The Cheque Option. Back In 2009 They Charged $5. It Took 5 Days To Prepare And 3 Weeks For The Cheque To Arrive In Jamaica Then Another 3 Weeks To Clear Once You Deposit It. That Was 5-6 Years Ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techmenace View Post
    Use The Cheque Option. Back In 2009 They Charged $5. It Took 5 Days To Prepare And 3 Weeks For The Cheque To Arrive In Jamaica Then Another 3 Weeks To Clear Once You Deposit It. That Was 5-6 Years Ago.
    Seems like that will be my only option if I am not in any hurry. Respect for the details.
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