What is Paypal?
PayPal is an account-based system that lets anyone with an email address securely send and receive online payments using their credit card or bank account.
All payments will be made over a secure encrypted connection so credit cards numbers and private details cannot be stolen in transit, this is as secure as online ordering can be.
All payment processing is handled by paypal which processes thousands of transactions per day.
Why do you use Paypal?
Because you want your order to be confidential and safe.
Using Paypal, no one handles or even sees your credit card or bank account details. All credit card processing is handled by Paypal whom primary concern is security.
With a Paypal account you can pay for goods and services using Mastercard, Visa, Solo or Switch.
10 Reasons to use PayPal
- Use it for your online shopping
- Shop without sharing your financial information
- Keep earning credit card rewards
- You can send money via email or cell phones
- You don’t need money in your account to shop
- Empowers business to start a business and work their way out of poverty
- Transfer money abroad
- Send money in the US FAST and FREE
- Withdraw money from your PayPal account balance
- It uses the latest anti-fraud technology
It is cheap to use PayPal, Here are a few details on how it works:
Buying something is always FREE
PayPal is free whenever you use it to buy something or make a payment in the US. The seller pays us a small fee to securely handle your payment. As a buyer, you never pay a fee to use PayPal.
Selling something for a Small Fee
PayPal fees mainly apply to sellers, who pay a 2.9% transaction fee on the total sale amount plus a $0.30 fee per transaction. There are some exceptions, listed below. If you have a business, see PayPal Merchant Fees for discounted rates and other pricing info.
Transferring money is Usually Free
Sending money to friends and family is free for you and the recipient when you fund the transfer with your bank account or PayPal balance. You can also use a debit or credit card or make an international transfer for a small fee.
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