Selling on social: How customers can pay you on Facebook and Twitter.

Aug 19 2020 | PayPal Editorial Staff

Once you’ve posted your listing on Facebook and/or Twitter, your customers can pay with a credit or debit card or by using their account with PayPal. This article walks you through how that looks with step-by-step screenshots.
1. Regardless of how you share your listing, your customers will be able to see the product details and click a Buy Now button to begin the checkout process. 
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2. They’ll see a window with the PayPal button. When they click it, they’ll be able to choose how they want to pay 
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 3. Buyers without an account with PayPal can simply pay with a debit or credit card. If your buyer has an account with PayPal, they can simply log in.  
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4. Once logged in, they can select their shipping address, funding source, and click Pay Now.

5. Finally, they’ll receive a confirmation of their purchase.   
If you’re looking for other ways to accept payments, you can also send a quick invoice from the PayPal Business app or create a QR code.

To help businesses impacted by COVID-19, we’ve temporarily lifted seller transaction fees on QR code transactions until December 31, 2020. After that, sellers pay just 1.90%+$0.10 per transaction.* 

For help with any of the above steps, please give us a call at 844-720-4039.
*After December 31, 2020, you’ll pay a low 1.90% + $0.10 per transaction fee when your customers pay you. For buyers, making a payment via QR code works like sending money through the PayPal app. It’s always free for buyers when they select Goods & Services. 

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