Paypal Working Capital is Paypal’s business loan service where you repay the loan by Paypal taking a percentage of every payment you receive until the loan is paid off. But what if you want to make a single manual payment or an extra payment on your Paypal Working Capital loan using a credit card or bank account?
If you are like so many other people, you may have agreed to a recurring charge (‘subscription’) from within an app such as Bumble, Tinder, Nomorobo, or other app, and then completely forgot about it (that would be the ‘set it and forget it’ that these apps count on), only to be reminded of it when you get an email reminder like the below. And now you want to know how to change or cancel that subscription, but the ‘helpful’ reminder is silent on that point.
If you have ever used the Payloadz service, you may be wondering how to cancel your Payloadz account. In fact, Payloadz doesn’t explain anywhere on the Payloadz.com site how to cancel their service, and contacting them may not even help. They just keep billing you every month through Paypal. And that, in fact, is the key. So here’s how to cancel the Payloadz service (and also how to cancel any Paypal recurring subscription payment).
Sick of scrounging change for the parking meter, or having to remember to feed the meter or parking station? Then you will love the mobile parking meter app ParkMobile. The ParkMobile app is a mobile parking payment app that lets you pay for parking – and reload your meter – from your smartphone.
The ParkMobile app is really convenient – mobile parking payment and mobile parking meter monitoring are awesome. What isn’t so convenient is that there is no printed list of locations that use the ParkMobile mobile parking app! There is a map, with tagged locations, but that is not nearly so useful as a good old-fashioned list. So, here is a list of ParkMobile Zones locations.
If you got a “reminder” from Paypal that you still need to claim a payment from someone, there is a very good chance that it is legitimate, and not a scam. This seems to be triggered mostly when you get a payment from another country, in another currency.
If you have reason to send money by Paypal to anyone in India – or if you are someone in India needing to receive money via Paypal – well, you may be out of luck, unless you can legitimately claim that the funds sent by Paypal are not for personal use, but, rather, are a business transaction for the purchase of goods. That is because Paypal has suspended all personal payments to India, and has even taken the radical step of reversing some personal Paypal payments to people in India that were already paid (leaving the hapless recipient with a negative balance), all at the demand of the Indian government, over concern that funds earmarked as ‘personal’ may actually be money being sent home by Indian citizens working overseas (known as a “remittance”).