Welcome to PayPal Here Support

Existing PayPal Here customers can find support for their card reader on this page or by going to our Help Centre.

New customers looking to accept card payments in-person should sign up for a Zettle card reader – our new, enhanced point of sale solution.

mobile imageSupercharge your business with Zettle
– now a PayPal service.

Zettle and PayPal have joined forces to give your business even more superpowers.
Sign up using your existing PayPal business account to enable:

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Fast payments

Accept major cards, contactless, and mobile payments—including Samsung, Google Pay, and Apple Pay—in seconds.

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All in one place

Money from your sales will go directly to your linked PayPal business account.

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Smarter business tools

A complete POS solution to organise products, ring up sales, and track stock. Automatic alerts tell you when you’re running low.

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World-class security

Be as safe in-store as you are online. Encryption protects your transactions, while security features prevent tampering with the device.

Order your Zettle card here.

For PayPal Here Support info please see below

Logging in to PayPal Here

You can login to your account using your email address and password or you can set up a PIN and login using your mobile number.

On the Iogin screen, tap on the settings icon to select your preferred login method.

To set a PIN for mobile number login:
  • Log in to your PayPal account online
  • Click on Profile and Settings
  • Scroll down to Phone settings
  • Select Update
  • Set or change your PIN

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Login Page for PayPal online

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Contact Us

Need help? Get in touch
If you have any questions, visit our Help Centre or the PayPal Here community support page.

PayPal is deemed authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. The nature and extent of consumer protections may differ from those for firms based in the UK. Details of the Temporary Permissions Regime, which allows EEA-based firms to operate in the UK for a limited period while seeking full authorisation, are available on the Financial Conduct Authority’s website.