If you already have a paypal account, then you simply list the item on ebay. Once the item sells (here's to hoping that it will) then you will find yourself with extra money in your paypal account from the buyer. YOu use that money to pay off your expenses to ebay. YOu can have paypal send you a check for the money that is left over but that costs $1.50 plus you might have a problem cashing it with no bank account. I would avoid the online surveys. I did a few. I did get paid. I think I got $2.00 for about 3 hours (not continuous) worth of surveys. Not worth it in my opinion.
by shaun m - 7 hours ago
how did you start a paypal account with out bank account thats one of the requirements to open a paypal account to have a either bank account or credit card and i wont trust those offers that say you make money by answering survey questions and paying you via paypal they are mostly scams in the first place or you would have to answer over 100 surveys if you even get any in in the first place
by mobilemark - 7 hours ago
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