This guide provides you with detailed instructions on how to reset your PayPal password if you've forgotten it. Learn how to change your PayPal password with no hassle and update it in your Passwarden storage.
Find answers to all these questions in our comprehensive guide!
1. Log in to your PayPal account and navigate to the Security page - https://www.paypal.com/myaccount/security/
2. Click Update next to the Password option.
3. Confirm your current password. Then enter and confirm your new password.
Click Change Password.
That’s it! You’ve successfully changed your PayPal password.
If you forget your PayPal password, here are step-by-step instructions on how to reset it without hassle.
1. Navigate to the PayPal login page - https://www.paypal.com/signin/ and click Having trouble logging in?
2. Enter the email address you use for your PayPal account and click Next.
3. Verify it’s you by confirming your phone number.
4. Create a new password, confirm it, and click Save.
Great! To make sure your account is safe, check out our tips on how to create a strong password.
Note: Firstly, you need to change your PayPal password either in the PayPal application or on the website by following the instructions above.
1. Sign in to your Passwarden account using the Master password.
2. Select the item you want to update.
3. Click Edit in the bottom right corner.
4. Update your PayPal password in the Password field.
5. After you finish, click Save.
If you want to generate a random new passcode, click Generate Password next to the Password field and follow the on-screen instructions.
That’s it! Now your PayPal password is successfully updated and saved to your Passwarden storage.
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