Take on the world through eCommerce

Jun 02 2021 | PayPal editorial team

Running your own business can be a truly rewarding experience, especially when you’re able to turn your passion into a global online business.
Watch the videos here to hear how other entrepreneurs are taking on the world through eCommerce.
Jewelry Wholesale Business Goes Global

Tali Kazarian is the founder and CEO of Gita Jewelry, a whole sale manufacturer and seller. In this video, Tali shares how PayPal helps her company sell products all over the world. When Tali's family started Gita Jewelry, they were just five employees. Now they have grown to have the largest factory in their industry.


Merchant Success Story: Up, Bub And Away

Stella Chan, co-founder of Up, Bub and Away, speaks about her inspirations and ideas behind starting the eCommerce business - Up, Bub and Away and how PayPal helps Up, Bub and Away acquire new customers quickly and securely without any hassle. PayPal's business payment solutions are easily integrated with eCommerce websites and PayPal also helps make businesses borderless.



Frequently asked questions.

With PayPal, you can enjoy a safer and easier way to send and receive payments for goods, services and more.

Shopping globally with peace of mind
Simply link a card to your PayPal account and you can start making payments in over 20 currencies. Instead of entering your card information for every transaction, you can now pay with just a few clicks without compromising your security. You can also withdraw funds into your bank account anytime. We use industry-leading anti-fraud technology and a dedicated team of risk experts to help keep your transactions safer. Learn more about PayPal Buyer Protection.

Growing your sales from various channels
Select from our wide range of payment solutions to receive payments from buyers all over the world. Accept safer payments anytime, anywhere – on eBay, through your own website, using PayPal Here in your storefront, or by simply emailing an invoice to your customers. Besides our expertise in payment security, our Seller Protection protects you from any losses arising from unauthorised payments and items not received on eligible transactions.

Find out more about how we protect you.

You must confirm your email address first in order to start receiving payments. If someone sends you a payment, you’ll receive an email notification. You’ll need to manually accept the first payment you receive. The payments received afterwards will be automatically accepted into your account.

Here are some ways you can get paid:

The funds you receive will appear in your account balance on the Summary page. You can then use the balance to send payments or withdraw it to your bank account.

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Whether you provide physical or digital goods, or services, you can create customised subscription plans for your products through PayPal. By offering subscriptions, you not only make it easier for your loyal customers to purchase your products regularly, but also have the potential to expand your customer base.

Here's how to create and manage subscriptions in your PayPal account:
  1. Click Pay & Get Paid at the top of your account.
  2. Click Subscriptions under 'Accept Payments'.
  3. Click an existing plan in the list to view or update its details. To build a new subscription, click Create Plan and follow the instructions.
If you're accessing this page for the first time, you'll see the introduction pages. Read the information and click Let's Get Started
Please visit our Developer Portal for information on how to integrate PayPal subscriptions with your website.
To keep your list of invoices easy to use, you can archive any invoice that you’ve created, sent, or shared. You can also archive any paid or canceled invoices. You can delete draft invoices you no longer need on the invoice’s details page or in your list of invoices.

Can I cancel an invoice?

When you cancel a sent or shared invoice, your customer won’t be able to pay it.
To cancel an invoice on the desktop experience, find the invoice in your list of invoices and click the three-dot icon on the right side of the screen. You have the option of sending your customer a notification email about the invoice cancelation. On mobile, find the invoice from your list. Tap the More icon on invoice details and cancel it.

Can I record payments made outside PayPal?

If your customer pays by cash, check, or another offline method, you can record the payment from the invoice details page. You can also record an offline partial payment if your customer made a deposit or paid an installment. Recorded payments appear in the activity of the invoice’s details page along with any notes you’ve entered about the payments.

Can I add notes/memos for my records?

To add a note to your invoice for your own records, click or tap the More Options link while you’re creating an invoice. Add a memo that your customer won’t see. If you’ve already sent the invoice, you can add a memo on the invoice’s details page.

Can I give my customers a receipt?

When your customer pays a PayPal invoice, they automatically receive a payment receipt. If your customer wants another copy of the invoice, you can share a link to the paid invoice or create a PDF to send or print.

How do I download invoices for my business records?

To download single or multiple PDFs for your invoices, hover over one or more invoices in your list and check each box. Then choose Download from the actions displayed.

How do I integrate PayPal Invoicing into my website?

With a single integration, you can connect PayPal Invoicing directly into your order management system or website. You’ll need API credentials to connect your PayPal account to your platform so you can integrate PayPal Invoicing with your site.
Integrate PayPal Invoicing.
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