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A recurring payment fails if funds cannot be moved from the subscriber's PayPal account to your own. PayPal by default reattempts the failed payment a couple of times, then cancels the subscription if it continues to fail.

Step 2: Click on the three-dotted options icon and tap 'Payments'. Step 3: Select 'Add payment method'. Step 4: Select your bank. Step 5: Click on 'Verify via SMS'. The app will run a mobile number verification. You need to make sure that you are using the same mobile number on WhatsApp that is associated with your bank. District Foundation Payment Letters and Schedule Foundation letters detailing twice-monthly payments to school districts can be selected below. Earlier years' letters have been compiled into a single file for each fiscal year.

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How reattempts on failed recurring payments work

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To avoid overlapping payments, a reattempt will not occur if another subscription payment is scheduled within 14 days of the failed payment. Otherwise, PayPal reattempts a recurring payment three days after the recurring payment failed. If this first reattempt fails, PayPal waits 5 days to reattempt a second time. If the second reattempt fails, PayPal cancels the subscription.

Note: PayPal, rarely and for a variety of reasons, places temporary limits on subscribers' accounts. Such temporary limits could be in effect at the same time as a recurring payment. PayPal often lifts these temporary limits quickly.

**Note:** PayPal automatically reattempts payments made with bank accounts 3 days after PayPal notifies subscribers that their payments failed.-->

Reattempt example

Subscription terms:

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  • A regular subscription for $20.00 USD a month, for one year

Bob signs up for the subscription on Feb. 12.

  • On Mar. 12, PayPal attempts to collect Bob's recurring $20.00 payment for March, and the payment succeeds.
  • On Apr. 12, PayPal attempts to collect Bob's recurring $20.00 payment, but the payment fails because of a temporary limit placed on Bob's PayPal account.
  • On Apr. 15, PayPal reattempts to collect Bob's recurring $20.00 payment for April, but the payment fails again because the temporary limit remains on Bob's PayPal account.
  • On Apr. 18, Bob takes action on his PayPal account, and PayPal lifts the temporary limit.
  • On Apr. 20, PayPal reattempts to collect Bob's recurring $20.00 payment for April, and the payment succeeds.
  • On May 12, PayPal attempts to collect Bob's recurring $20.00 payment for May, and the payment succeeds.

Override reattempt default in HTML button code

To override the default reattempt payment setting, you can specify the sra HTML variable with the value set to 0. Only use this setting if you do not want PayPal to reattempt the failed payment.

For an example of button HTML code that uses this setting, see Subscribe: sample HTML button code.

See also

For information on PayPal subscribe buttons, see subscribe button basic payment options.

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Payment Options.The Participant shall elect in the Participant Deferral Agreement the method under which the vested balance in the Deferred Compensation Account will be distributed, either in a lump sum payment or in equal annual installments over a term not to exceed ten (10) years. Payment shall be made in the manner elected by the Participant and shall commence upon the date of the Qualifying Distribution Event. A payment shall be treated as made upon the date of the Qualifying Distribution Event if it is made on such date or a later date within the same calendar year or, if later, by the 15th day of the third calendar month following the Qualifying Distribution Event. A payment may be further delayed to the extent permitted in accordance with regulations and guidance under Section 409A of the Code. The Participant may elect a different method of payment for each Qualifying Distribution Event. If the Participant elects the installment payment option, the payment of each annual installment shall be made on the anniversary of the date of the first installment payment, and the amount of the annual installment shall be adjusted on such anniversary for credits or debits to the Participant’s account pursuant to Section 8 of the Plan. Such adjustment shall be made by dividing the balance in the Deferred Compensation Account on such date by the number of annual installments remaining to be paid hereunder; provided that the last annual installment due under the Plan shall be the entire amount credited to the Participant’s account on the date of payment. In the event the Participant fails to make a valid election of the payment method, the distribution will be made in a single lump sum payment upon the Qualifying Distribution Event.