At Last, Malaysians Can Top Up PayPal Using Bank Account (RHB)

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Ever since Malaysians are able to withdraw PayPal money to local bank account, many people are wondering how to top-up PayPal account?

It was not possible until RHB Banking Group announced their new Internet banking service called “RHB-PayPal“, which allows Malaysians to top-up their PayPal account instantly via saving/current account.

RHB-PayPal is a FREE service for all RHB customers. No additional charge. It is also announced on PayPal Blog.

RHB also revealed the WorldMart where you can find the online shops that accept PayPal payments. WorldMart is a sub-site of PayPal Plaza.


What do you need to know about RHB-PayPal top up service

RHB-PayPal top-up screenshot

This is a RHB customer only service. It is a free service. To access, Login to RHB Internet Banking > Prepaid Services > Top Up PayPal Account.

You can top-up PayPal funds in Ringgit Malaysia (RM) and US Dollars (USD). However, top up in RM can ONLY transfer to a Malaysian registered PayPal account ONLY. The daily transaction limit is RM3000.

The transfer made in foreign currency (non-MYR) will use a currency exchange rate higher than the Bank’s applicable rate (PayPal’s exchange rate?).

You can top-up any PayPal account. Make sure you enter the correct PayPal email address because you CANNOT cancel the transfer and get a refund.

I am not a RHB customer. How do I top-up PayPal account?

I am PayPal user for years (since PayPal accepts Malaysians) and made many PayPal payments but I never top-up PayPal account.

As long as you have added and verified a credit/debit card to your PayPal account, you can shop using PayPal. The money will be debited from your card.

If you have any PayPal questions, please add in comment or contact me.

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