Whether you’re selling on your own website or a marketplace, receiving payments anywhere in the world is fast and secure with PayPal – you’ll also be able to pay your suppliers from the one account. But a seamless experience is just the beginning – PayPal’s Seller Protection helps minimise the impact of fraudulent transactions.
Connect with over 340M active PayPal customers globally in over 200 markets. In fact, online shoppers are 54% more willing to buy if PayPal is a payment option1. Learn more here.
Your customers enjoy peace of mind when they purchase something they haven’t tried before because they can be protected if they don’t receive the item or the item is not as described.
PayPal helps online shoppers feel secure because we encrypt their financial details and offer 24/7 anti-fraud monitoring. With data encryption, real-time transaction monitoring and buyer and seller protection policies, PayPal’s a safe way to pay and get paid.
With one account, make or accept payments in over 100 currencies, or convert your balance from one currency to another. You can also take advantage of our reporting tools to keep track of your growing business transactions if you sign up for a Business account.
If anything goes wrong, PayPal’s Dispute Resolution Centre is there to help, allowing buyers and sellers to view and manage all disputes and transactions through a single dashboard.
We process more than 10 million payments a day, and our security platform gets smarter with each transaction to ensure that your business and customers stay protected.
Be ready to go in just 3 steps.
Sign up for PayPal
Log in. After confirming your email, link your bank account to receive payments
Add your credit card to pay your suppliers
Once your account is seller-ready, you can integrate PayPal into your website on your own or work with a Solution Provider, and start selling!
1IPSOS. 2018 Online Payment Experiences Study. The IPSOS study was commissioned by PayPal and conducted in July 2018. Study of 10,500 people, including 6,930 PayPal users, across the US, UK, Germany, Australia, Italy, Spain and Brazil (1,500 people per market).