PayPal can also be used for recurring payments such as subscriptions. This gives you an overview of your own automatic payments.
Overview of all automatic payments with PayPal
Because PayPal has established itself as a service for fast, secure and easy online payments, (almost) all service providers offer it. Consumers access it accordingly frequently, which also applies to recurring payments such as subscriptions to streaming and other services, smartphone apps and the like.
To get an overview of your own automatic payments, log into PayPal with your account details. Click on the cogwheel symbol (“Settings”), then on “Payments” and to the right of “Manage direct debit payments” on “View”. The website now lists the service providers for whom you – possibly unknowingly – have activated automatic payment. Because PayPal is initially only a limited number, click on “Show more” below if necessary. If you want to change the setting for one of the subscriptions, click on it in the list and continue with “Cancel -› Cancel automatic payments – ›Done”.
If you use PayPal intensively, you can easily lose track of the automatically set up payments. This is where the list of all these payments helps.
Please note, however, that this only changes the payment method. You have not terminated the payment obligation for the service in question. You usually have to do this yourself at the provider.
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