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Can I pay my spouse w/ Paypal instead of balance transfer to save the 5% BT fee? (2.99% paypal fee - 1% cash back reward)


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On 10/14/2019 at 6:41 PM, PotO said:


That's not a bad idea.  I've helped my sister-in-law use them to pay her son's tuition with a 1.5% fee.  I read that they had a cap, but they let some very large payments go through.  
 

I did hear that they actually screen payees.  

They do, but real payees would have no problems. For payees that are not businesses like a caregiver for e.g. youd need to send them an invoice from the payee. 

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1 hour ago, greendude said:

They do, but real payees would have no problems. For payees that are not businesses like a caregiver for e.g. youd need to send them an invoice from the payee. 

 

Good to know.  Thanks!

 

Do they often impose payment limits -- either dollar amount or number of payments?

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