Exchange rates under Paypal Dollars to Euro
Thread poster: Alexandre Chetrite

Alexandre Chetrite
France
Local time: 17:58
English to French
Aug 11, 2007

Greetings,

I live in France and I have a French bank account. I use Paypal(personal account). Is it better to let Paypal convert dollars to euros and then transfer the balance to my bank account or leave the payment in dollars and let my bank convert the currency?Same question for other currencies (pounds, etc.)
Also, is it the same process for Moneybookers?
In general, what is the best option for freelance translators:Paypal business or premier or personal accounts or Moneybookers?

Thank you.


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Fabio Descalzi  Identity Verified
Uruguay
Local time: 13:58
Member (2004)
German to Spanish
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Look at this other thread Aug 12, 2007

Hi mavyalex
Not long ago, a similar thread was opened on this matter:
http://www.proz.com/topic/78752
Although originally it was aimed at helping people living in Brazil, nevertheless it could be interesting for you too.
Just in case it can be of help...


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