Withdrew $216.38 from PayPal

Withdrew my remaining stash from Paypal the other day since its time to pay again some bills.  This is the last batch of money I earned when my site still hold a Page Rank 3.  I already cashed out $227 last August 5th to pay off more bills. I’m really sad that with my PR gone I won’t have opportunities online as much as I used to. I also have to blame myself a bit for losing my page rank.  Got busy with work and all…Oh well, I can’t cry over spilled milk. I’ll just have to figure out how to earn more mulah online.

P.S. BDO charges Php200 for the transaction fee while BPI only charges Php150. The 1st few cashouts I made, I was charged P200 and when Ed told me that BPI only charges P150, I switched. From now on, I’ll be using my BPI account for withdrawals (if ever there’s any 😆  ). Unless you guys know a different bank which charges less fees, please do let me know. Thanks in advance!


  1. baka bumalik din ang pr mo in time…
    pero congrats pa din dahil sa blogging money mo ^_^
    .-= meryl´s last blog ..GIRLS TALK =-.

  2. BPI and BPI Family Savings Bank same lang ng code?
    Wow! laki pera! Hingi!hehe
    .-= abie´s last blog ..Top Internships Place =-.

  3. Doi, how long does it take for the money to be transferred from PayPal to your bank account? By the way, love your new theme! –www.prettyfirefly.com

  4. I though it’s free if you are withdrawing more than PHP 7k? I tried withdrawing last time which is less than 7k, I got charged PHP 50. Their table shows free
    for P7,000.00 PHP or more and P50.00 PHP for P6,999.99 PHP or less. Guess I don’t earn that much so I wouldn’t know 🙂
    .-= Rob´s last blog ..Being Health Conscious =-.

  5. Hi rob. there are two fees involved when withdrawing funds from Paypal. One is the P50.00 charge which you mentioned and Paypal deducts this from your money. The other fee is being implemented by banks when you transfer money and convert it to peso, i guess.

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