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Thursday, June 19, 2014

Paypal now available for Nigerians

The much awaited Paypal is now available for Nigerians, PayPal has now extended their service to Nigeria and 9 other countries. This includes 3 other African nations — Cameroon, Ivory Coast, and Zimbabwe and five European markets — Belarus, Macedonia, Moldova, Monaco and Montenegro, and also Paraguay. Big kudos to those who opened the Petition of Bring PayPal to Nigeria a few months ago, who know maybe it is as a result of their effort. 
If you are an internet marketer or you are buying goods or paying for service online, I guess you will know how hard it is to carry out all these payment transactions since almost all the website you want to use for your transaction accept PayPal as their only means of payment. Lots of people have used some trick like changing IP or some proxy site to access their service and some them lost their hard earning cash to PayPal, due to the fact that PayPal have a very powerful IP detecting software that can track any country who are not accepted into their service but using someone method or the other to sign up.... But now, a new innovation has arrived and there is no need to change the IP or use proxy sites to access PayPal anymore.

You can now register your account at and start making payments on millions of websites around the world online. 

You can now access PayPal here in Nigeria just like in other countries worldwide, but there are certain limitations in place for now, which you need to know.
» PayPal account holders in the newly enlisted countries can only send money for now. This means they can check out on merchant websites using PayPal and pay securely using their credit or debit cards without exposing their financial details. As PayPal claims, this is free for users and any charge would be covered by the merchant.
» At the moment, it is not possible to send money directly to other PayPal users and of course, you can’t receive payments directly to your PayPal account. Perhaps PayPal is trying to play safe and see how it goes before allowing users in these countries full access to their services but that is yet to be seen.
» While some embraced this as a welcome development with the hope the service would fully roll out for Nigerians in the nearest future, others are disappointed with the limitations.
Lets all hope as time goes on things get better.


I just created a paypal account.

This is good news. Thanks 4 the update

Is still thesame, how can i use my mastercard with merchants, Is very risky oooh. How will i have account and i cannot send or recieve money on it from other users. Is it not stupidity. Abeg I no follow ooooo.

Oboy e be like me and u reason 4 de same direction oo, me too no follow oo @Anonymous

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