Questions Concerning PayPal Credit for the WA Black Friday Special
Sorry for the space above the image. The image is there for a functional purpose rather than decoration. I have not mastered GIMP yet and I'm in Linux right now :)
This concerns some questions about Wealthy Affiliate and PayPal Credit.
I find that I do not have enough available funding to subscribe early under the Black Friday Special. Ironically, this day, upon reading Kyle's recent blog post concerning the Special and the parameters of it this year, I also received a PayPal Credit offer in the mail, which is very eppealing to me at this time! It makes for an awesome co-incicence!
First I want to commend Kyle and Carson for making the grandfathering in of the $299 to subsequent years as a member here at Wealthy Affiliate. I have been paying the 2005 amount since I first became a member in 2010. This is indeed a savings!
For the first time in my life, I have applied for a credit account. I have always been against doing this because of the consumer credit scene and the traps this system generally holds.
This says a lot for Wealthy Affiliate because I found it to be more of an investment than a consumer-based purchase - for very obvious reasons!
I was approved for a PayPal line of credit which will ONLY be used as "debt service" rather than consumer credit. Debt service is that kind of credit that is normally used by business entities in calculated risk scenarios. Even though the PayPal creditline is essentially a consumer credit arrangement, notthing keeps me from treating it like a debt-service account.
In 2008, I approached Wealthy Affiliate regarding questions about creating a website for books that I was writing at the time. When I actually joined, I attempted to create campaigns the usual way as prescribed in the teaching here. This has not worked for me, not because of any short-comings on the part of Wealthy Affiliate, but anomalies in my own character.
I am suited only to reach a very limited audience. It happens that this rules out most niches and even industries. It isn't that this hasn't worked for me, just that it hasn't held my interests and my own writing is not suitable for most audiences, as I have repeatedly found in my vital stats.
I plan on useing my account here, for that which I originally approached Wealthy Affiliate about 12 years ago. The resulting website will contain articles and research that will eventually be transferred to a multi-volume non-fiction set I am now contemplating.
That's that. Now my questions regarding PayPal Credit.
I need answers before resting assured this is going to work with getting in on the Black Friday offer...
Today I applied and was approved for PayPal Credit. Does Wealthy Affiliate accept this form of payment?
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Does the phrase, "We'll use your balance first." refer to the actual amount available in PayPal, or does it refer to my bank account? I have not been able to find this answer in PayPal nor have I been able to get PayPal representatives to properly understand what I have asked them.
My Wealthy Affiliate subscription is set up as "automatic." Do I have to undo this before I can pay my subscription manually (hopefully with PayPal Credit) during the upcoming four-day special?