Tuesday, 25 October 2016

15 Easy Steps to Setup a Paypal Account

By Rajan Sharma
Are you looking for one of the safest payment method to make sale and purchase online, then paypal is the first choice of yours.

PayPal is one of the safest method as it do not let you share your bank account or debit card details and this way your account information stay secure. You can even use PayPal on Amazon.

When making or receiving a payment all you need is an email Id registered on PayPal. Let`s see how to setup a Paypal account in 15 easy steps.

15 Easy Steps to Setup a Paypal Account : WikiAskme
15 Easy Steps to Setup a Paypal Account : WikiAskme

15 Easy Steps to Setup a Paypal Account

  • Go to PayPal.com
  • Click on "SignUp for Free" or "SignUp" button
  • Select the personal Account or Business Account.
  • Click on "Next"
  • Enter Email Id and Password
  • Click on "Next"
  • Enter first name, Last name, Address, City, State,  Zip Code, Mobile number
  • Click on "Agree terms"
  • Click on "Agree and Create Account"
  • Add "Debit/credit card information"
  • "Link your bank Account"
  • Open your email id and Click on "Activate my Account" to verify your email id.
  • PayPal will make two small amount transactions into your bank account.
  • You need to enter those unique amounts to verify your bank account.
  • Once it`s done you are ready to send and receive payments.
So now after completing all these steps you are ready to make payment or recieve money. I must tell you that PayPal charge a minimal amount to secure your transaction.

Recieving Payments


Monthly salesInternational customers/trasaction
Up to $3,000 USD 4.4 % + fixed fee
$3,000.01 USD - $10,000 USD3.9% + fixed fee
$10,000.01 USD - $100,000 USD3.7% + fixed fee
$100,000.01 USD and over3.4% + fixed fee 

This is very minimal amount that a person can pay easily to secure his/her online transactions.

Do you already have a PayPal account? which payment method do you prefer?

If you still have any question, feel free to share via comments.

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