My paypal is linked on bonanza but i still get this message error :whoops. there was an error. you must connect your paypal account in order to accept paypal at checkout

My paypal is linked on bonanza but i still get this message error :Whoops. There was an error. You must connect your PayPal account in order to accept PayPal at checkout

asked 2 months ago

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answered 2 months ago

Booth Settings
Payment and Purchases…

Did you add your paypal email here??? Your email should be under the PayPal

If/or if not try again and then be sure to update (Save all my changes)… or contact support

answered 2 months ago

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