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    I'll be darned if I can figure this out. I spent two HOURS last night getting a mobile PIN (most of that finding out a. that I needed one and b. where the heck to get one! ). Did what I was told, got the PIN so does it work in store at DG like it's supposed to? No.


    Anyone know how to do this?

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    I just transfer funds in pay pal to my checking account. Do you have a pay pal debit card or something? Never heard of a mobile pin.

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    • #3
      My paypal account just uses my credit card.

      I only need a password to my paypal account.



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      • #4
        I transfer most to my checking account - 3 to 5 days (thus far it's usually been, 5 + ) but I'd seen the signs and knew it was possible so I wanted to see if I could use it that way. From PayPal's community forum, I'm not alone in having trouble with it.


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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sparko View Post
          I just transfer funds in pay pal to my checking account. Do you have a pay pal debit card or something? Never heard of a mobile pin.
          Yeah, I just let paypal draw from my checking account on an as-neeeded basis, so I'm not tying up money out in cyberspace unnecessarily.
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          • #6
            Paypal is OK. It is my preferred online payment method, when available. I do not want to use Paypal with my cell phone. So no pin wanted.
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            • #7
              Thanks for the warning. I was considering giving the PayPal option at Dollar General a try but if it's that unreliable I don't want to waste my time and the time of those in line behind me.
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              • #8
                Getting it set up seems to be the hassle. Others that have managed to get it working haven't had the problem afterward.

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