How can I view my minimum PayPal Working Capital loan repayment requirements?

Because your automatic repayments get deducted as a percentage of each PayPal sale, the amount you repay each day changes with your sales volume. The more you sell, the more repayment progress you’ll make that day. On days without sales, you’ll make no payments, but there is a minimum repayment requirement every 90 days.

Depending on the loan terms you choose, you must pay at least 5% or 10% of your total loan amount (loan + the fixed fee) every 90 days.

The 5% minimum applies to loans estimated to take 12 months or more to be repaid, based on your business’ past PayPal sales and other factors. The 10% minimum applies to loans estimated to be repaid within 12 months.

Here are some examples:

  • If you borrow $10,000 ($9,800 loan + $200 fixed fee) and the loan is estimated to be repaid in 13 months based on your previous years’ PayPal sales, then your minimum repayment is 5% or $500, every 90 days.
  • If you borrow $30,000 ($29,500 loan + $500 fixed fee) and the loan is estimated to be repaid in 8 months based on your previous years’ PayPal sales, then your minimum repayment is 10% or $3,000, every 90 days.
For most of our customers, regular automatic repayments easily cover the minimum and this is never an issue. But if you do get behind, you can make additional payments on the PayPal Working Capital website.

If you do not meet the minimum and your loan goes into default, your entire balance could become due and limits could be placed on your PayPal account.

Please see our terms and conditions for more information.

Tip: You can make additional payments or even pay the loan in full without any penalty.