PayPal.Me is a branch of PayPal that is a faster, easier, and safer way for people to send you money.
However, if you use PayPal a lot, you may be wondering if you can and how to change your PayPal Username. I did some research and here is what I found!
How Can I Change My Paypal Username In 2022?
Unfortunately, once your PayPal.Me link, or username, has been created, you are unable to change or delete it in 2022. This is because it becomes a fast and easy way of finding users, and PayPal doesn’t want its users to change it many times and confuse other users.
Is My PayPal Username My Email?
Your PayPal username is not your email address but is a separate part of your PayPal account through PayPal.Me.
PayPal.Me is a personal link you set up, and is one-way users can search and find you to send you money.
Furthermore, your username should look something like “@YourUsername,” which is different from your email, which usually looks like YourEmail@example.com.
Additionally, your email address can also be used to find your PayPal account and to send you money.
However, it’s primarily used to log into your PayPal account, and for PayPal to contact you with any issues or information about your account.
What are my PayPal ID and PayPal account name?
The email address you use with PayPal identifies your PayPal account and is all someone needs to pay you. Or you can send a money request/invoice from your PayPal account to their PayPal email address for them to pay.
Is It Safe to Give Someone My PayPal Username?
Fortunately, it is safe to give someone your PayPal username, because it comes from your PayPal.Me link.
When using your PayPal.Me link or username, users sending you money don’t need to know your email address, phone number, or even have a PayPal account.
All you have to do is give them your link or username.
Can I get scammed with PayPal?
PayPal Phishing Scams
The link leads to a fake PayPal site that will ask for the seller’s login credentials. If the seller enters their email and password into the fake site, the scammer will be able to use them to log in to the seller’s actual PayPal account, from which they can make payments or withdraw funds.
Is PayPal safer than bank transfer?
ACTION Fraud recommends taking the following advice to stay safe: When making a purchase, be suspicious of any requests to pay by bank transfer or virtual currency instead of safer methods, such as credit card or payment services such as PayPal.