PayPal allows your website to accept credit and debit cards, Venmo1, PayPal Credit2, and other popular digital payment options.
Give shoppers an interest-free way to pay later with Pay in 4 and special financing with PayPal Credit, while you get paid up front.2
Give your business additional protection from fraud and help minimize claims and chargebacks.
Let your customers use a variety of payment methods on your site, on mobile, or in your app.
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1 Venmo is currently available in the U.S. only.
2 About Pay in 4: Consumer late fee may apply for missed payments and varies by consumer’s state of residency. Loans to California residents are made or arranged pursuant to a California Finance Lenders Law License. PayPal, Inc. is a Georgia Installment Lender Licensee, NMLS #910457. PayPal Credit is subject to consumer credit approval.