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no it is not possible, Paypal needs to be verified, and only way to do is connect it to bankaccount or CC.

You can try to verify and than remove the bankaccount, BUT.... if LL doesn't find the funds for your account on paypal your account(avatar) goes on hold and gets locked.

Paypal does NOT take money from your account, it will only if YOU buy things that aren't covered by your balance on the paypal account.

If you can't control yourself, no payment method will be safe.

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no it is not possible, Paypal needs to be verified, and only way to do is connect it to bankaccount or CC.

You can try to verify and than remove the bankaccount, BUT.... if LL doesn't find the funds for your account on paypal your account(avatar) goes on hold and gets locked.

Paypal does NOT take money from your account, it will only if YOU buy things that aren't covered by your balance on the paypal account.

If you can't control yourself, no payment method will be safe.

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Mowji Sunburn wrote:

 
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It is not a matter of spending controle. It is the lack of information of how much money is left on my Paypal account when I buy something with Paypal. The only reason back then was that I didn't know Paypal would subtract it from my bankaccount if there wasn't enough money on the Paypal account itself.

Personally I prefer paying with Ideal. When I pay with Ideal I can see how much money I have left, before I make my purchase.

I don't understand.   When I'm not sure how much I have with PayPal, I simply log into their website.   My balance, on both my US$ and GB£ accounts, is the first thing I see.

Does it not work that way for you?

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