Below are our most frequently asked questions. If you need more answers, see the LifePoints Help Centre
PayPal fees will depend on what you are trying to buy and how you are trying to buy it. Generally, you won’t pay too much in fees and often nothing at all. Buying something with a PayPal gift card might be different to buying something using a traditional PayPal transaction. For a full explanation on PayPal’s fee structure check out the PayPal’s official fee structure.
Sorry, you’ll need to be 18 to become a PayPal member and use Paypal. If you are under 18 and want a PayPal account, you will have to wait until you turn 18
Yes! One of the biggest benefits of PayPal is the ability to send money to over 200 countries and use it at foreign stores. There are some additional fees involved, as PayPal has to convert the currency and send the money abroad. Take a look at the PayPal fees page for more information. This means if you earn a free gift card online the world is open and you can buy anything from anywhere.
At the time of this page being published, if you’ve already paid someone you’re unable to cancel and reverse it. However, you still have some options to get your money back if there are issues.
If the payment status is “unclaimed” in the pending section, you’re able to cancel the payment. If the payment is complete but there are issues such as your item arriving broken, you can request a refund. If the seller refuses to issue a refund but you think you’re owed one, you need to open a dispute and PayPal will review the situation.
Some stores will let you buy other gift cards using PayPal. Some will not. Luckily with PayPal you can transfer your balance instantly to your bank account. If you have earned a PayPal gift card, you can tansfer that money to your bank account and then buy it. It’s very easy to do and it means you can get any gift card you want.
Now you have all your questions answered it’s time to start using PayPal, and there’s no better way to start than by earning a free PayPal gift card through LifePoints.