PayPal certainly believes it’s safe to transmit money on its platform.
“Yes, we keep all your information safe,” the company states on its web site.
“When you send a payment using PayPal, the recipient won’t receive sensitive financial information like your credit card or bank account number.25 Jul 2018
Can I get scammed with PayPal?
Once a scammer has hacked into somebody else’s PayPal account (as in the case of the phishing email scam), they can make purchases and send payments with the money from the account they have taken over. PayPal may reimburse the seller if they are able to confirm that the account that made the payment was hacked.10 Dec 2018
Is it safe to buy with PayPal?
For the most part, PayPal is safe when you use it to send money. Nothing is completely risk-free—glitches and data breaches are possible anywhere. Using PayPal might even be safer than giving your credit card number or bank account information directly to the website you’re buying from.18 Jan 2019
Is it safe to give someone your PayPal email?
– if you give someone your email linked to your paypal account, as mentioned above, they can not see your bank accounts, CCs saved on file, banks names. anything. all it is to them is the account to which they are sending the money to. they can not come into your paypal account and take it back.26 Nov 2009