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PAYPAL® E-Mail Access Recovery

PAYPAL^®^

 

E-Mail

Access

Recovery

Published by R. Richard at Shakespir

Copyright 2016 R. Richard

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PAYPAL^®^

 

E-Mail

Access

Recovery

 

By R. Richard

I have been a PayPal® customer for quite some time. I used a well known Internet service for my e-mail and all was well.

Suddenly, I was denied access to my long time e-mail account.

I quickly established a new e-mail account, with another well known Internet service. I had to use a slightly different name, on the new e-mail account, as my previous e-mail name was already in use, probably due to my previous attempts to establish an e-mail account with the new service, due to my author work. I couldn’t remember the password for my previous e-mail name and I couldn’t get at records of my failed attempt to establish an account with my old name with the new e-mail provider.

Once I got my new e-mail account established, I found out that it didn’t work very well. I then found that I needed to switch to a new Internet browser, for my new e-mail account to work well. It wasn’t all that much of a problem, since I could continue to use the Internet browser that I was used to and only use the new Internet browser in order to check my email.

I don’t currently live in the United States and I don’t have a telephone.

In addition to all of my other e-mail problems, I needed to allow the use of my new e-mail for PayPal®. (Since I live in a foreign country, I order a lot of things from foreign sources and many of the sources will accept only PayPal®.)

I then had to discover how to change my PayPal® e-mail address. It took me a while and quite a bit of work. Here’s what I did:

1. I logged into my PayPal® account, using my old e-mail and password.

2. I clicked on the Settings cog (looks like a little gear wheel,) next to Log Out.

3. I clicked on Update, beside Email.

4. I clicked on Add.

5. I then entered my new e-mail address and clicked on Save.

(The new PayPal® e-mail didn’t affect my existing PaPal e-mail, a major worry of mine.) At that point, I had two e-mail addresses appearing in my PayPal® account. However, I wasn’t done. It turns out that PayPal® sent me an e-mail, to my new e-mail account, to confirm my new e-mail address. I got the PayPal® e-mail and followed the directions to confirm my new e-mail address for PayPal®. I then had two e-mail addresses for my one PayPal® account, my old e-mail address and my new e-mail address. Both PayPal® accounts using the same, existing password.

I then needed to evaluate, “Do I need two e-mail addresses for my PayPal® account?” I found out that I could have up to eight (8) e-mail addresses for my one PayPal® account. Since I’m an author, I get money from my publishers, deposited to my PayPal® account. The wheels at my publishers grind very slowly and very large, but sometimes they do grind. I would immediately begin to notify my publishers of my new PayPal® e-mail address. However, I decided to keep my old PayPal® e-mail address, to insure that money from my publishers would continue to reach me, regardless of which PayPal® e-mail address the publisher used.

Since I would be sending money out, from my PayPal® account. I then selected my new e-mail address as Make Primary.

All seemed well. However, I then sent a small amount of my PayPal® money to my bank to make sure that the transfer did indeed work. I then sent a small amount of my bank money to my PayPal® account, to make sure that the transfer did indeed work.

After a few days, I needed to order something, from a foreign supplier and everything worked!

(By the way, one other thing that I learned was that all of my e-mail contact were in my old e-mail address, the one that I no longer had access to. I am slowly rebuilding my e-mail contacts and storing the contact data in a word processor file. Once burned, twice shy.)

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PAYPAL® E-Mail Access Recovery

I have been a PayPal® customer for quite some time. I used a well known Internet service for my e-mail and all was well. Suddenly, I was denied access to my long time e-mail account. I quickly established a new e-mail account, with another well known Internet service. I had to use a slightly different name, on the new e-mail account, as my previous e-mail name was already in use, probably due to my previous attempts to establish an e-mail account with the new service, due to my author work. I couldn't remember the password for my previous e-mail name and I couldn't get at records of my failed attempt to establish an account with my old name with the new e-mail provider. Once I got my new e-mail account established, I found out that it didn't work very well. I then found that I needed to switch to a new Internet browser, for my new e-mail account to work well. It wasn't all that much of a problem, since I could continue to use the Internet browser that I was used to and only use the new Internet browser in order to check my email.

  • Author: R. Richard
  • Published: 2016-04-30 20:05:06
  • Words: 794
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