Sending money from your PayPal account to your Chime account is a straightforward process that allows you to easily manage your finances.
With a few simple steps, you can ensure that your funds are seamlessly transferred from one platform to another.
This article will walk you through the process in a detailed and simple-to-understand manner.
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You will need both a Chime account and a PayPal account to initiate the transfer.
All you have to do is link your Chime account to PayPal and initiate the transfer within the PayPal app.
In order to link your Chime bank account with PayPal, you will need your Chime account login information.
This will allow you to securely link your bank account to PayPal via Plaid.
As an alternative method, you can link your Chime bank account to PayPal by providing your Chime account and routing number. After that, you will have to verify temporary deposits made to your account.
Since the Plaid method is instant, this is the preferred method for most.
After gathering the necessary Chime Account details, proceed to your PayPal account.
Navigate to the 'Pay & Get Paid' menu and select the 'Wallet' option. From there, you can add your Chime account as a bank account within PayPal.
At this point, you can either link your bank account instantaneously via Plaid, or opt for the small deposit verification method.
At this point, your Chime bank account is successfully linked to PayPal. You can now initiate a transfer of your funds within PayPal to Chime.
Here's how to do this:
There may be an instant or standard transfer option. Be sure to consider any potential fees associated with an instant transfer.