Partnership is great for platform providers, marketplaces, and any service that helps merchants accept payments. By becoming a PayPal partner you can potentially attract more clients and increase your market presence. And the best part – it’s free to join our Partner Program.Contact a Partner Specialist
As a PayPal Partner, both your client and your business can reach over 200 million PayPal users worldwide, vastly increasing sales potential.
Acquire new clients through PayPal Promotional opportunities, and leverage our marketing tools and resources to help scale your business.
The PayPal Developer Portal provides detailed documentation, guides and SDKs to help you build your PayPal solutions, and you can always contact our dedicated team of PayPal technical experts for assistance.
PayPal helps your clients sell across the world with convenient, more secure solutions for multiple forms of payments.
As a global payments solutions leader, PayPal is trusted and preferred by customers worldwide. Merchants who integrate PayPal report a 44% increase in their conversion rate.*
Your client is covered by Seller Protection for eligible sales, and all transactions are protected by anti-fraud detection, 24/7 account monitoring and data encryption.
What is the PayPal Partner Program?
The PayPal Partner Program is a free membership program available to eligible business solution providers that enable PayPal as a payment method for their merchants. It’s designed to strengthen our relationship with you by opening your business up to more merchants that trust PayPal and providing marketing benefits to you.
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*Based on a consumer survey conducted by Nielsen in January 2016 over 52 weeks, comparing conversation rates before and after PayPal integration.