Use your debit or credit card to pay with PayPal , please see follow picture With PayPal, you can link your Visa, MasterCard, Discover,
or American Express card to send money to family and friends, or to pay for things.
As of October 31, 2016, you will be able to select a preferred funding method for payments made through the regular checkout process as well as Goods and Services via Send Money. You will also have the option to select a different preferred method for online purchases vs. in-store purchases. There are several benefits to linking your debit or credit card:
Increase the amount of money you can receive and withdraw from your PayPal account. Confirm your mailing address and let sellers know that it is accurate.
Make instant payments from your bank account. To link your card to your PayPal account, the billing address on your card statement must match the address on your PayPal account.
You can add more than one card to your PayPal account but, for your security, a card can only link to one PayPal account at a time.
If your spouse linked your debit or credit card to their PayPal account, for example, they need to remove the card from their account before you can add it to yours.
For security reasons, you can only link a card that has a card verification number (also known as a CSC code). We ask you to enter the card verification number when you link the card to your PayPal account.
On MasterCard, Visa, and Discover cards, the verification number is a 3-digit number printed on the back of your card. It appears after your card number.
On American Express cards, the verification number is a 4-digit number printed on the front of your card. It appears after your card number.
***There is no fee when you use your card to pay for goods, services, or eBay items.
If you use your card to send money to someone for personal reasons (not to pay for something), we charge a small fee.
You can pay the fee or ask the recipient to pay it. Note that your card issuer may charge a cash advance fee.