Until you verify your PayPal account, you may not be able to use the service completely.
Having an unverified account imposes limitations on some of PayPal's most essential features, including the amount you can withdraw ($ 500 per month for unverified users) or transfer to your account.
There are two ways to verify your account: one is to request and obtain approval for PayPal credit.
But if you are not looking for another line of credit, another way to verify your PayPal is simply to link your bank account, credit card or debit card.
Here’s how to verify your PayPal account by linking a bank account to eliminate your withdrawal limit.
How to verify your PayPal account
one) Log in to PayPal, or register if you have not already done so, with an email and password.
2) Click on "Summary."
3) If you have not yet confirmed your email or phone number (for security reasons), click to do so.
PayPal has not yet verified it, even after confirming your phone and email, but it will be two steps closer.Emma Witman / Business Insider
4) Once you have approved these security measures, on the same "Summary" page you will see an option to "Link your bank". Click it.
Click to link your bank.Emma Witman / Business Insider
5) Select your bank from the icons.
If you use a small regional bank, you may need to enter by touching "I have a different bank".Emma Witman / Business Insider
6) Enter the online login information of your bank account. The linking process will begin.
Be patient. This step may take several seconds, but the screen is not frozen.Emma Witman / Business Insider
7) You will be asked to confirm your identity with another security check, this time from your bank instead of PayPal. Enter the code that your bank sends by text message.
And that is. With your bank account linked correctly, you are officially verified by PayPal. Spend wisely: there is no longer a limit on what you can withdraw from the linked account mentioned now.