Trusting your online friend?

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Just a few days ago, my friend in India asked me to help him to purchase a software to encrypt his PHP code.

He told me that his credit card is not valid to purchase the software. He said there is rumors that some merchant don’t accept credit card from India. He offers to pay me using PayPal.

So I just followed his instruction on how to purchase the software.  On the last page for payment option, I saw PayPal button. I thought he might want to scam me. So I explained my findings. To his surprise , he said that he cannot find any PayPal option on the website.

Instead he gave me his PayPal user id and password. At first i was quite reluctant since he had to give his PayPal details to me. He replied that he only have a few buck, so it will be no problem. So in the end, I just use his PayPal to pay the software.

I am not sure why there is no PayPal option on his side. Maybe its true may be not. Either way you should be careful and double check. Actually I was willing to pay since the amount is only USD 20 plus I barely know him. He is just my online friend.

So will you pay for your online friend ? 🙂

My 3rd Nuffnang Cheque

Yes, did you hear the ka CHING in my bank hehe. I received my third  Nuffnang cheque. Not much but is a prove that Nuffnang do pays.

Nuffnang-Cheque

Some people complain that Nuffnang duration payment is more than 30 days. They should understand that on the Nuffnang cash out term clearly said that the payment will be processed at the end of the cash out month and will take 30 days.  So if you cash out on 2nd June, the payment will only be processed on 30th June and you will get the cheque after July. Here a tip,  just cash out at the end of the month and don’t worry the cheque will arrive in your mail box.

To be honest mostly earning come from my wife blog Aleeya01 where she like to put my daughter and family picture on the blog. Attract local and unique traffic even makcik and pakcik read her blog :).

Just keep update your blog and Nuffnang will award with more campaign and earnings. Good Luck!

Cash Out Your Money from PayPal using Maybank Debit Card

April last year, I did compare Tune Prepaid Visa Card with Maybank Debit card to show how Tune Card is good tools for making money online.

But now, Maybank has upgrade their Maybank Debit Card so the user can use it for internet transactions.

So the famous application for Debit Card Malaysians is to withdraw money from PayPal account. If this is the first time you heard about about PayPal and have no idea about it. Don’t worry. it just an internet account for online transactions. It’s free to use, easy to receive money from online advertiser and you can buy credits for your Barn Buddy game in facebook. 🙂

Ok, the first step to withdraw money from PayPal using Maybank Debit card is simple actually. You must have Maybank2u account and already change your ATM Maybankard to Debit card like this one:

maybank-bankcard to this

I already changed it when my ATM Maybankard broke because of my fat  sharp azz hehe. FYI, PayPal is free to register. They charge you USD 5 per withdrawal.

If you have all this three items than you are ready to withdraw your PayPal money to Maybank Debit Card. Ready

First Phase : Register your Maybank Debit Card to Secure Online Shopping Registration

 

 

 

1. Please login to your Maybank2u account.

  1. Then look under Utilities and Click on Maybankcard Secure Online Shopping Registration

Notes :
To access Maybank Secure Online (MSOS), a credit/debit card link to either MasterCard or VISA is required.
Please fill out all fields.ALL fields are compulsory.

  1. Next fill in the MSOS Password and  Personal Assurance Message. (PAM)

Notes :

Your Personal Assurance Message (PAM) will appear whenever you asked for your password whilst shopping online. This confirm that you are only providing your password to Maybank and you should check to make sure this message is correct.

  1. Then Expired Date, CVV (Refer your Maybank Debit Card ) and then Hint & Answer.
  2. Remember all this PAM and Hint & Answer. Write it somewhere using your secret code. You might need it.

Maybank2u Cash Out

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