Everyone’s making a lot of adjustments these days. Especially small businesses working to adapt to new ways of selling. PayPal is ready to help with a number of simple tools your business can use to start selling online, on your terms, today.
Or use our Zettle card reader to accept contactless payments in person.
Another option is to create a PayPal.me link. Share it by text, email, chat or social media and your customers can pay with a few quick clicks using their PayPal account.
The PayPal Buttons comes built in and you’ll be ready to accept payments from over 300 million customers in over 100 currencies, while enjoying up to 82% more conversions 2
You can also request an invoice online by following the simple steps here.
1 Terms: With this offer, you will not be charged the monthly fee for the BigCommerce plan that you select for a period of three months from the date of activation (“Offer”). You must select either Standard, Plus or Pro plan to be eligible. Merchants who select a Plus or Pro plan are also eligible to receive a free theme template* from the BigCommerce Theme Marketplace. Qualifying merchants will be credited to their BigCommerce account 1-2 weeks after purchasing the promotional theme. Offer expires September 30, 2021 at 11:59:59 p.m. Greenwich Mean Time. Open only to those who have a PayPal business account in good standing. Within fifteen (15) days from the date of activation, you must complete the registration process, including providing valid credit card information (“Card On File”). IMPORTANT: After the end of the three month Offer period, you must cancel your account or the Card on File will be charged the standard monthly fee for the plan that you selected at the time of activation. If you cancel your account or do not complete registration, the online store you built will be deactivated and you will no longer be able to access the control panel.
2ComScore online panel, Q4 2017. ComScore analysed shopping behaviour at 20 large merchant sites across categories, utilising its 1 million US consumer panel. Checkout conversion is measured from the point where the consumer selects a payment type to completion of purchase within the same browsing session.
3Source: PayPal Internal Data.