- To view recent transactions.
- Delete all of the emails in your account.
- By going to “My Account”.
- Select all records by checking the “Date” box under My Recent Activity in the left column.
- To remove these entries from your list and archive them.
- Tap “Archive.”
There’s a history of any transaction you’ve ever made or accepted with PayPal, and there’s little you can do to conceal it. PayPal used to provide the option to archive transactions on a case-by-case basis; however, this feature was discontinued in 2014.
A maximum of two years can be specified for queries.
Only the person who is logged in to the PayPal account has access to your activity, aside from PayPal customer service. It’s critical to keep your password safe so that only you have access to it.
By deactivating your PayPal.Me link, you can conceal your information. You may turn it off in your PayPal account settings at any time. Your page will no longer be publicly visible or discoverable when turned off, thus you won’t be able to receive money through it.
Select the activity under the “Activity” menu. Click on “Statements” on the right side of the page, then select “Custom.” Select a transaction type, a date range, and a file format. Create a report by clicking “Create Report.” When the report is finished, click “Download” to receive it.