How do I get started with Website Payments?
- Sign up for a PayPal Premier or Business account, or upgrade your existing PayPal account.
- Confirm your email address.
- Provide your bank account information.
- Add a credit card and then link and confirm it to lift your withdrawal limit.
- Implement Website Payments Standard.
If you already have a shopping cart:
For PayPal-compatible carts, select PayPal as your online payment service. If you have a custom-built cart, add PayPal by cutting and pasting HTML code into your checkout.
If you need a shopping cart:
Choose a shopping cart that's already integrated with PayPal. Or add the free PayPal Shopping Cart to your website.
If you don't need a cart, use payment buttons:
We provide the HTML code that you can add to your website to link your customers to a secure payment checkout hosted by PayPal.
We’re sorry, the page you’re looking for is no longer available. To search again or contact us, please visit our Help Center.
I have a website and I want to start accepting payments online. How do I do this? If you already have a website , use PayPal Website Payments to accept debit card, credit card and bank account payments - all through one provider. You don't need a separate merchant account and gateway. Since you eliminate separate agreements for each payment method, you save time and money.Can I cancel a payment that I've already sent? If the payment is already completed You cannot cancel a payment you’ve sent if its status shows “Completed” in your . “Completed” means that the seller has already received or accepted your payment. However, you can contact the seller directly and ask for a refund, as long as you do it within 180 days of making your payment. To find the contact details for a seller, please go to the page and click on the payment in question.What kinds of transactions are not eligible for PayPal Seller Protection? Direct card payments not made through a PayPal account and email payments (excluding PayPal Invoices). ... Items that are not shipped to the recipient address as stated in the "Transaction Details" page . If an item is first shipped to the recipient address and later redirected to another address, the said transaction will not be covered by PayPal Seller Protection. ... To check if your transaction is eligible for Seller Protection, log into your PayPal account and view the "Activity" page .Why is my transaction status "to be paid" for my digital goods transaction? You’ll be charged only until you’ve spent up to a certain amount or after certain days from the first purchase, whichever comes first . ... at the top of the page . ... (the gear icon) at the top of the page . Click Payments . ... payments ” section. Select the payment preference you wish to use.What can I do with PayPal? ... send and receive payments for goods, ... Simply link a card to your PayPal account and you can start making payments in over 20 currencies. ... 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 , 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 unauthorized payments and items not received on eligible transactions.Why do I need to manually accept or deny a payment? Here are some reasons why you need to manually accept or deny a payment: It’s the first payment you receive in your PayPal account. You don’t have an active currency balance in the currency sent.How do I send payments? On the payment page , your payment will be set in the default currency of your recipient’s country or region. If you have an agreement with the recipient, you’re able to change it to other currency.Why is the payment I received under review? You can also check the progress of your payments on the or page . The payment status of your transaction remains “Pending” until we complete our review.What are the fees for personal payments (not including payments for purchases)? For the fees for personal payments (not including payments for purchases), please see fees for personal payments page.How will my payments be funded? When you make a payment using PayPal, your PayPal account balance is always the first payment method used to fund the transaction. If there aren’t enough funds in your PayPal account balance, the rest of the payment will be made from your primary credit or debit card.How do I send a payment in a different currency using my credit card? on the Review your Payment page . If PayPal performs your currency conversion, you’ll be notified of the conversion rate at the time of the transaction.How do I change the payment method when I make a payment? Click More funding options under “Payment Method” on the Review page . Select the payment method you want and click ContinueHow do I view, modify, or cancel my pre-approved payments? (Buyer) Click Payments near the top of the page . ClickHow do I request payments or send an invoice? We’ll send your payment request or invoice to your recipient by email, and we’ll email you when this request is paid. If they don’t have a PayPal account, they can click the link in the email to sign up for an account firstWhy won’t my credit or debit card payment go through? Use a secure network to make your payment. If you’ve tried these suggested solutions and your payment still won’t go through, please contact our Customer Service by clicking Help on any PayPal page .What is the PayPal Shopping Cart? The PayPal Shopping Cart, a feature included in Website Payments , allows you to accept PayPal payments for multiple items at one time directly from your website . It is available to Premier and Business accounts.How do I edit a Buy Now button? “ ” offers “Add to Cart”, “Buy Now” and “Subscription” buttons, which allows you to accept PayPal payment directly from your website. When your buyers click on the buttons on your website , they’ll be directed to PayPal’s payment page to pay you. This feature is available to Premier and Business accounts.How do I find the fees I am being charged? There’re no hidden fees with PayPal. You can view the fees charged for your received payments in your account history page .How do I receive money? If you have a PayPal account, log in to your account and click Activity at the top of the page to view the details of your payment . If you don't have a PayPal account, you can quickly sign up for one and confirm your email address to receive the payment.
Related articles are currently unavailable
Video is not available
You were logged out to help protect your account.