[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

How do I withdraw money from PayPal to Nigeria bank account updated

How to withdraw PayPal Funds to a Nigerian Bank Account is one of the hottest nightmares for digital marketers and online entrepreneurs, and I get it because I was there.

While a lot of Nigerians have resorted to buying PayPal accounts of various types, such as USA PayPal accounts, Canada, UK, Germany, etc., my advice is, to keep everything legitimate so you can always prove account worthiness.

That is to say, have verification documents at hand, else, do not keep above $100 in your PayPal account.

And in case you do not know why PayPal is so popular. Truth is, since 1980 PayPal debuted, it has been a go-to low-volume payment processor for thousands of merchants online.

According to Marketland, PayPal operates in more than 200 countries and in 26 currencies and allows various users to integrate PayPal checkout on their websites, band logs, and even extend credit to customers.

PayPal popularity

And as a Nigerian, if for instance, you are a freelancer on Upwork or Fiverr, you will agree with me that you have PayPal as one of the alternative payment processors.


The Nigerian Struggle with PayPal as a 100% payment processor

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5 How to Login to the UBA Prepaid Card Account & Transfer Funds

If you’ve been into online business for a long time you would have seen the petition Nigerians signed on Change.org demanding PayPal to allow us to receive and send funds –

Before it was closed, the petition had since received over 1,500 supports.

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Personally, I could remember when I sold and withdrew my PayPal funds at N320 per dollar I received for a friend from abroad via a local exchanger.

For me, I was happy because I could get the funds in Naira to my bank account.

But in 2020, the story had since changed, and now, I don’t just withdraw PayPal funds on my own, I do it in less than 10 minutes, and most interestingly, you can get your funds at the best Naira to Dollar rate. Amazing, right? Yeah.

The best news is that today, you too will NOT ONLY learn how to withdraw your PayPal funds to your Nigerian bank account, but various withdrawal methods available to you  and tips to safeguard your account.

Without further ado, let me now show you the steps to withdraw money from PayPal in Nigeria.

How to Withdraw and Send Money from PayPal to Nigeria Bank Account

Withdrawing PayPal funds to a Nigerian bank account is a simple and straightforward process.

Here are the summary withdrawal steps:

#1. Login to your PayPal using the correct country URL

#2. Go to “Wallet” at your left-hand side  

#3. Hit on “Transfer money”

#4. Select “withdraw to Card”

#5. Enter the amount you want and click on Continue.

#6. Receive alert of the funds withdrawn.

Furthering the guide with an ultimate step, to start with, there are 2 popular ways to withdraw and receive PayPal Funds in Nigeria without issues.

The first method will give you the best and highest USD to Naira exchange rate and the other will give a lower exchange rate (based on the factors soring it). More on this soon.

But be it as it may, with any of the methods, you can easily withdraw and receive your PayPal Funds balance and get it in Naira without any worries. Let’s get started with the first.


Method 1. Withdraw from PayPal Account Using the UBA Dollar Prepaid Card 

how do i activate my uba prepaid card

Use this method if you want the highest USD to Naira exchange rate (for non-US, UK & Canadian PayPal account users).

The simplest and best way to withdraw your PayPal Funds is by getting the UBA Dollar Prepaid Card, linking to the account, moving the funds and getting Naira at a high exchange rate.

Kindly note that – if you are using a Business PayPal Account for your freelance business – popularly known as a GnS (Goods & Services) account, this will work best for you than selling your funds as ₦600/$ to a local exchanger. No, no, no.

Don’t do that please. I want you to get the best value exchange rate for your legit online hustle.


What are the Best PayPal Account Countries for UBA Prepaid Card Linking and Withdrawals?

Whilst it’s not an inclusive list, below are the top PayPal countries you can easily link and withdraw funds to your AfriCard for the best exchange rate.

  • Lesotho Business PayPal
  • UAE Business PayPal
  • Lithuanian PayPal
  • Senegalese Business PayPal
  • Serbian Business PayPal.
  • Nigerian Business Account PayPal
  • Iceland Business PayPal.
  • Mozambique Business PayPal
  • Oman.

The thing is, if your PayPal account is not a USA, UK and Canadian, then you are qualified for the first withdrawal method.

Here are the steps to getting PayPal funds swap for Naira via the AfriCard.

Note – UBA Prepaid Dollar Card = Africard.

Step 1. Use a Verified PayPal account

The very first step to withdrawing your funds is to make sure you use a verified PayPal account.

To verify your PayPal account, first, go to the email address you used during the PayPal account opening and click the link sent.

Here is what it looks like.

How to use PayPal in Nigeria when withdrawing money

2. Add and Link Your Prepaid to the Account

Upon verifying your PayPal account, the next step of action is to link a bank card from which you will be able to withdraw the funds.

The best that has worked for me since 2019 and I recommend for our client is the UBA AFRI Card – Dollar Prepaid Visa Cardthis is the first choice & best for PayPal transactions.


Before now, all the UBA Afri cards worked – both the Naira variant and the USD. But due to the recent CBN policy, the Naira variant can’t be linked anymore. 

Luckily, the USD variant works at a speed of light 🚀 

Using UBA AFRI Card – Dollar Denominated Prepaid for PayPal withdrawals.

Uba dOLLAR prepared CARD

The results of using UBA USD Prepaid Card for PayPal withdrawal? 

While other PayPal owners will get ₦500-₦600 with PayPal vendors, for you, with the AfriCard linked, you will smile to the bank by exchanging for up to ₦1,000/$ – for the best value.

Currently up to ₦1,000/$. 

I will be using 1,000/$ often since we can’t be updating the PayPal rates everyday. 

Meaning, when you are ready to sell your PayPal funds from Card with the Freelance Finance Service – fnfSwap by IsuaWealthyPlace, they will tell you the current rate – which is still up to ₦1,000/$.


Back to the AfriCard. Kindly note that the Dollar denominated card may have or no dollar sign on top of it (but it usually does).

…Continuation to linking your prepaid card to PayPal…

Now, to add your card, click on “Payment”.

From there, go to “Link a new card”.

Withdraw paypal in nigeria

  • Enter your card details and you will get a 4-digit code to input and verify the card linkage.
  • Click on Continue to move on.


When done, you will have been 70% ready to withdraw your PayPal funds to your Nigerian Bank account.

Before we go on, here is how to link the card to the account.

Note  – if your PayPal is new and you try linking the Africard to it, it might show, declined or error. 

If you see this, leave it for 7 days, and try linking it again, and it will 100% work. 😎 

3. Withdraw the Funds from PayPal with a $5 charge 


Receive PayPal funds.

For some of us that do not know, we use a PayPal email address as the account number to receive PayPal funds from other accounts.

To do that just copy your email address linked to the PayPal account and give it to the sender to send the funds.

Going on, having been convinced that we’ve received PayPal funds and it’s available in your account, I recommend you to leave the funds for about 24 hours “if it is a new PayPal account”.

The reason is, that as a new PayPal account user, you need to build a good reputation with your PayPal account first.

➽ Finally, to withdraw the funds, look at your top right corner and click on “Transfer”.

uba africard and paypal


➽ Go ahead and select the card you want to send the funds to (if you linked more than 2 bank cards).

PayPal fee when you withdraw to UBA Prepaid Card


➽ Enter the details of the linked bank account and finally click on withdraw and confirm the transaction, and $5 will be charged.

When done, you will get a notification of a successful transaction.

Here is what it looks like.  

how to withdraw money from paypal in nigeria

Kindly note that the $5 is constant. Meaning, whether you withdraw $600 or $1,000 you will still be charged $5 in fees.

Let’s continue.


4. Receive the Dollar Money in your Bank account

Finally, receive the funds from your bank account.

Basically, you will get a PayPal account notification that you’ve sent money to your local bank account.

paypal withdrawal in nigeria


With the UBA Dollar Afri Prepaid card, it is instant!

Here is the final withdrawal process.


Those are the basic steps you need to withdraw PayPal funds to your local bank account here in Nigeria and also do it yourself.

Having moved from PayPal account now, let’s go on to getting the funds in Naira.

5. Move PayPal Funds from the Dollar Prepaid Card to Naira Bank Account

Withdrawing from your PayPal Dollar Prepaid Card to Naira


How to move the intended funds amount from your UBA USD Prepaid Card for Naira.


Step 1. Create an Africard account by going to gtpsecurecard.com (the card portal).

THE uba africard dollar card


Step 2. Click on Set up New Account and enter your client ID and web code as on the paper attached to your card when you received it from the bank.

gtpsecurecard uba login


Step 3.  Enter the code sent to your phone and get a success notification.

Step 4. Select preferred security questions.

uba prepaid card activation SECURITY QUESTION

Step 5. Set up your cardholder account by selecting your preferred username (must be at least 6 characters long), password (must have at least 8 characters), email address, and phone number. 

uba prepaid card HOLDER activation

➽ Finalize the setup by entering the code sent to your phone number. 

➽ Sign into your account and manage the options there.


Let’s see how to sign in and move your funds for Naira exchange.


How to Login to the UBA Prepaid Card Account & Transfer Funds

Step 1. Go to the UBA Prepaid Card portal at gtpsecurecard.com.

gtpsecurecard uba log in

Step 2. Enter your account details and sign in. 

Step 3. On your dashboard click on “Card to Card Transfer”. 



Step 4. Enter the recipient’s Card details. 

To transfer the funds to fnfSwap, send it to the Client ID details below. 

For “Recipient’s Last Name” – get from fnfSwap

For “Customer ID” – use 00**** get from fnfSwap

For “Amount” – enter the same (if $15, $50, or up to $300)

Step. 5 Click on “Continue” to confirm the transaction.

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Step 6. Enter the Transfer Code from UBA and endorse the transaction.

That’s all.

Ready to swap PayPal sourced funds via the USD Prepaid card? If yes, 

➽ Click here to swap Card Funds | Click here to make enquiries

Video #1. Summary steps to LOGIN and move your funds from the UBA Dollar Prepaid Card to fnfSwap. 

Video #2. Detailed options to withdraw funds from the UBA Dollar Prepaid Card.


With UBA Dollar Card-to-Card transfers with fnfSwap by IsuaWealthyPlace, you get paid instantly, and if you’re not paid within 15 minutes, you get a $1 apology fee.

See vawulence testimonies 

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The thing is, because we keep our words of 1-15 transaction time, we get lots of vawulence testimonies from fnf like the ones below.

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Here’s an updated one for 2023

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Urgent $25 processed for a client. ☺

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$170 processed.

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And another one – $100.

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And yet, another one – $120.

Let’s see a few Naira Payments.

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You can see video testimonials of clients served here as well. 

Click the button below to get started. 

That was the first and best method to withdraw your PayPal for the maximum exchange rate. 

The second method doing it via your balance. 

Method 2. Withdraw PayPal Money from an FnF – Family & Friends Account 

Use this method if your account is a US, Canadian, and UK PayPal – since they do not allow us to move funds out to the UBA Afri Dollar Card.

In other words, if you can link the Africard to your account and move the funds, then forgo this method. Let’s go on. 

If you have/use a personal PayPal account for your freelance business, maybe as US, UK, Canada or relative accounts, and it can send out funds as Family & Friends – FnF, then follow the steps below to withdraw it. 

Now, while you might get the funds exchanged at ₦600/$ somewhere else. With fnfSwap, you will get up to ₦625/$ or more – based on the current exchange rate.

Please, when ready to exchange, kindly ask for the latest rate, and it will be related. Let’s go on.

How it Works

Step 1. Login to your PayPal Account.

Step 2. Go to “Send and Request”, and click on “Send Funds”

Step 3. Enter the amount and “purpose” – optional.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

Step 4. Select “for Friends and Family”

Step 5. Click on Continue and confirm the payment.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

Step 6. Wait for confirmation from fnfSwap.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$


Step 7. Get paid Naira into your Bank Account.

#transactions by fnfswap by isuawealthyplace


➽ Click here to swap fnf PayPal Funds | Click here to make enquiries

IMPORTANT Disclosure – fnfSwap DOES NOT trade funds from Dubious or Red flag sources. 

Read below.

fnfSwap uses a different breed of PayPal account, therefore, based on the User-to-Service agreement with PayPal Administrators, any fraudulent funds sent to fnfSwap’s PayPal account will be locked up automatically by PAYPAL.

Meaning – it does not get to fnfSwap PayPal account, and you can’t get a refund either. See the agreement below.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

So, fnfSwap DOES NOT DEAL WITH Street or Fraudulent Funds

Take note or get your funds LOST!!!

And thanks for understanding.

  • Ready to get your PayPal funds exchanged in minutes to your bank account?
  • Go to fnfSwap Nigeria, placed an order
  • Get served.

To start with, fnfSwap’s services are provided by IsuaWealthyPlace Publishers, a legal and registered business with no | 14550534 | in the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

As a freelance finance website, they’ve done over 2,000 transactions, over 200 client’s community, and over 4.7/5 reviews on Trust Pilot.


More so, 

  •  You get paid above the market $/₦.
  •  You get a FREE $1 if your payment exceeds 15 mins (as of the time of sending your funds).
  •  You get the best exchange relations customer support. 
  •  You can exchange your funds even after the close of work at 9 pm.
  • You can transact your funds on weekends (Sunday inclusive).
  • You can exchange as low as $10.

See a few transactions with fnfSwap clients over the week and today below – observe all payments are done under 15 mins, else, if payment to your bank account exceeds 15 mins, you get an apology fund of $1 FOR FREE. 


Transaction with Bethel

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Payment transferred to his Nigerian Bank Account below – within 5 minutes

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Transaction with Pioneer Freelancer

Transaction with Bethel


Payment transferred to his Nigerian Bank Account below – within 7 minutes

uba africard dollar card payment


Transaction with Daniel

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Payment transfered to his Nigerian Bank Account below – within 8 minutes

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So, high ₦/$ rateswift payments, and instant customer support are a few reasons why our clients and community are happy to work with us.

Get PayPal Account Guides in Nigeria

#1. How to Have a Long-Lasting PayPal Account – PDF

Click here to download a guide on how to safeguard your PayPal account

#2. How to Link Card to PayPal

Click here to download how to link a card to your PayPal account


Tips to Operate A Lasting PayPal Account from Nigeria – From Experience

You need to take note of this vital information because when I discovered this, I quickly went on to close my PayPal account and opened a new one.

  • Do not use the wrong information to open your PayPal account. 

Do you know why?

If you use the wrong information to open the account, a time will come when you will have to verify it because as you receive lots of funds above the threshold your account can carry, you will need to tell PayPal that the transactions are legit.

On the other way round, if you had used the wrong information to open it, you will need to use the same information to verify it, else, your account will be locked up by PayPal, and what next?

PayPal will give you more days to verify the information, and if as a result, you can’t still verify it, you will be allowed to log in and withdraw the funds, then your account will get closed permanently.

So, to open a valid PayPal account, use only valid information. That is your real name, email address, and home address.

Alternatively, it is also better for a PayPal expert to open an account for you – with valid documents included.

  • Always log in using your Country’s PayPal URL

If your PayPal account is a Lesotho, make sure to always log in using Paypal.com/ls and not direct through the PayPal.com URL.

  • Avoid changing IP Addresses 

Also changing your IP Address often if you want to use your MTN mobile line for accessing your account, continue with that and do not change to Airtel or 9Mobile.

And if possible, use the same device always to login.

  • Don’t Receive Multiple fnf funds to a Business Account 

This is a big-time red flag. Do not receive funds from FAMILY AND FRIENDS PayPal to your Business account, else, it’s only a matter of time before your account will be limited.


How I lost my PayPal Account 🙄 

Before the PayPal agreement with our special type of account that locks up bad funds instantly, I was using a Lesotho account and over $1,000 was held in it.

I got the dreaded message from PayPal because someone sent me consecutive 3 fnf funds without my knowledge, see below.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

  • Use A PayPal Account You Have All the Verification Documents at Hand

A few documents PayPal might require from you include a Photo ID, Proof of Address, and a Utility Bill.

If you can get the documents from the same PayPal country, it better, because if you upload Nigerian Documents to a Lesotho account (for instance), you might get lucky and it gets approved, else, if it gets rejected, you will get their dreaded message of “You can no longer use PayPal”.

And if you try opening another account with the same method, it will still get banned immediately after you are done.

I mean, if you don’t have the required documents from the PayPal country, then make sure not to leave anything up to $200 in your PayPal account balance.

For more on PayPal tips and what I learned, get the updates here when it is published – for PayPal enthusiasts only.


How to Avoid 21- or 180-days PayPal Funds Holding

Now, if you experience a 21-day hold on your funds, it is because you received a high figure amount of money in your PayPal account too early.

That is to say, if you opened your PayPal account today and next tomorrow you receive $300-$400+, your funds will be on hold for 21 days.

Here is a sample of the funds when it was on hold for 21 days when I first opened the PayPal account and received about $400 sent to a friend of mine from Abroad in early 2020.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$

On the flip side, no need to fear as your funds will be released after 21 days.

However, as you have seen above, the new PayPal account I opened a few days ago after deleting my main account just received $350+ and it was available on the main balance and not on hold.

[New] How to Withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria to Bank up to ₦1k/$


Here are a few things you can do to clear your Funds from “on Hold

  • Receive a small amount of PayPal funds first to warm up the account so it can earn PayPal’s trust
  • See more in the Blueprint.

FAQ about Sending and Withdrawing of PayPal Funds in Nigeria

PayPal is a payment service that enables you to pay or send money, and also accept payments.

As a Nigerian, you can open an account, add a credit card or link a bank account to your PayPal account to fund online purchases.

It’s safer than sending a money order through the mail as long as you use Goods and Services when sending a payment, you have buyer protection should the item not arrive or is different than what you ordered.

Yes, you can. You can use your debit cards linked to the card and withdraw the funds to your Nigerian bank account, or transfer it another user in Nigerian in exchange for Naira.

You can withdraw as much as you want. But the daily limit is $5,000. However, if you are a new account owner, I recommend you limit it to $200 until you build trust and then can increase your withdrawal threshold.

The UBA Dollar Card Works well. You can learn more about it below.

The maximum for old account users is $5,000 in a single transaction per day.

Yes, this is possible for special PayPal account and countries but not readily available to African PayPal counties.

Yes, you can. To do this, you will have to use a Nigerian, Lesotho South African, Iceland and other Nigerian eligible Business PayPal accounts, else, a personal Nigerian PayPal cannot receive money.

Going forward, if you want to operate e a personal account like the UK and USA in Nigeria, you will have to make use of a good Virtual Private Network (VPN).

The current rate of PayPal to Naira exchange depends on the market trading value which is at ₦420/$ at the local bank, and the best $/₦ rate with fnfSwap. Check out the details here.

When you send money from PayPal to a Nigerian bank it takes 3 days or more to be processed, and a few days more for your local bank to exchange it for Naira. In total, it might take up to 7 days.

When you send money to other users, it can take 1-3 days before the recipient receives the PayPal money. However, if you want instant funding, you can use the transfer option which normally would take 3 days as well, but PayPal will process it instantly in 30 minutes or more if there are verification requirements.

It takes minutes to send and receive money between PayPal accounts and 2–3 days from a bank to a PayPal account. It is faster if you are sending the funds via your card linked to PayPal from your local bank.

  • First, use a valid or a new email address to open a PayPal account.
  • Confirm the email address, and use a strong password.
  • For first-degree verification, link your PayPal account to an approved debit/credit card.
  • For second-degree verification, link a bank account to the account.
  • Withdraw your PayPal funds to your Nigeria bank account or credit card.

Yes, you can. But only virtual US, UK, and European bank accounts are eligible to be added to PayPal accounts. I mean, you can’t add a normal Nigerian Naira or Dollar account to any PayPal account.

Yes, you can. To make your PayPal account valid, you will first of all, link a phone number to the account, confirm your email address, add and link credit/debit cards, and possibly add and confirm a US bank to the PayPal account.

Going forward, you will be asked to provide Proof of Residence, Passport, Identity, and other required documents to remove all forms of limitations.

There are various reasons PayPal holds funds, but if your account is new, it is for credibility. Here is what I mean.

If you have a new PayPal account, it will take some time to build up a positive reputation as a seller, therefore, PayPal will possibly hold the funds for 21 days pending if they will be issues raised by the buyer.

After this time, be rest assured that your funds will be available in your balance for withdrawal.

There are many other payment platforms to receive cash online in Nigeria. Some of the popular ones are:

  • Payoneer
  • TransferWise (Now Wise)
  • Skrill
  • Payer
  • Western Union
  • Zelle
  • Cash App
  • Bank Wire
  • Cryptocurrency

A few of the Banks in Nigeria that have a partnership with PayPal, and whose Credit/Debit cards can be linked to a PayPal account to are: UBA, First Bank Nigeria, FCMB, Access Bank, WEMA Bank, GTCO (formerly GTBank), and Flutterwave.

A few of the Banks in Nigeria that have a partnership with PayPal, and whose Credit/Debit cards can be linked to a PayPal account to are: UBA, First Bank Nigeria, FCMB, Access Bank, WEMA Bank, GTCO (formerly GTBank), and Flutterwave.

Should you forget your PayPal password and you want to charge it follow the step below.

  1. Go to our Login
  2. Click Forgot password?
  3. Enter the email address you use for PayPal and click Next. (If you’ve forgotten the email address, click Forgot your email?).
  4. Choose how you want to complete our security check and click Next
  5. Once you complete the security check, we’ll ask you to create a new password. That is all.

Log into your account and use the live chat feature from PayPal’s message center or reach out to the PayPal care desk via 1-402-517-4519.

What is PayPal’s email address? You can contact their support by opening a chat on Twitter or Facebook.

To contact PayPal on Facebook, chat them here – you can https://www.facebook.com/PayPal. And to contact on Twitter, go here – @AskPayPal.

To connect with their call desk, add + to this phone number – 1-402-517-4519.

Lastly, you can message them via the message center in your account. You will have to log in to your account to do this.

Yes, it does. The payment platform now allows Nigerians to open either a Personal or Business account to run their online businesses, and the Nigerian PayPal web address is www.paypal.com/ng. 

No, it is not. PayPal service is fully available to all residents of Nigeria who operate online businesses or wish to send money to friends and family.  

Yes, it is. You can use PayPal in any part of the country, be it in Akwa-Ibom, Abuja, Ondo, etc. 

You can receive funds with any PayPal business account in countries like Lesotho, Iceland, Serbia, Senegal, and lots more, but you can’t with a Nigerian personal account.

The personal account that you can receive funds in Nigeria is US, UK, and other European PayPal accounts which you will have to operate with a VPN.

  • There are many reasons for pending funds. See some of them below.
  • If a payment you sent is pending or unclaimed, it means the recipient is yet to receive it or hasn’t accepted the payment.
  • It was sent to an email address or phone number that isn’t registered to a verified PayPal account.
  • The recipient has opted not to automatically accept some payments.

You can cancel the payment. To do this, go to your Activity, find the payment, and hit the Cancel button.

  • There are still many reasons, but below are a few of them.
  • If you need to confirm your credit or debit card so we know you’re the card owner.
  • If you need to update the expiration date or billing address associated with your credit or debit card.
  • If you need to Resolve a limitation placed on your account, and etc.


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