If you client does not reside in any country that is supported by paypal i would not suggest him to open a paypal account. His daugher does have an US bank account fine, does she reside in the USA ? if yes then she should make a paypal account to accept payments from the web site and then wire the funds to her dady. If she does not reside, again, dont touch paypal. You will lose money and time. If you reside/live atm in any country that is supported by paypal before signing up READ the ToS, read it twice, read as many times as it takes to understand everything involved. Paypal is awesome as long as u follow the rules and dont mess anything yourself. There are many scary points in the ToS, the policy is close to Nazi but if it fits you well then paypal is very very good. Again READ! Thats just my advice to anyone considering paypal, if everybody signing would READ and understoon everything we would have much less so called "horror stories".
Originally posted by HostPromoter "Users in any country may withdraw funds to a U.S. bank account."
Now regarding this statement, does it have to be your own account in US or can it be a friend, relative or business associate's account ?
To deposit funds in the account from PayPal u will have to confirm the bank account first. This means when u add the bank account to your paypal account, paypal will insta deposit 2 small amounts. And you will need to enter these amounts on you paypal accout to prove that it is your bank account while u have access to the statements. Now i will not suggest to use someones else account becouse: 1. Account owner could just "forget" to wire you the funds from the paypal account. 2. While an bank account is linked to paypal, paypal can withdrawn money from there for many reasons: to cover chargbacks, to fund your paypal account incase u send money and paypal ballance is lower then the ammount u sent etc. Basically it is possible yes incase the account owner will tell u those 2 small deposits from paypal but it may cause alot of troubles for both parts.