Steps to Opening a PayPal Account

If you are planning to establish an e-commerce website to sell products online you will need the ability to securely accept credit card payments via your website. To do so you need a payment gateway, merchant account, and SSL certificate to protect your customers’ credit card data from cyber theft. Setting up a traditional merchant account can be time consuming and costly so many new businesses opt to open a PayPal account instead. PayPal handles the payment gateway and merchant account functions plus takes care of the secure data transfer needed to protect your customers’ credit card data.

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If you’re not an internet entrepreneur and just want an easy way to send money online to friends and family then PayPal is great for that too.

Setting up a business or personal PayPal account is a quick and easy process. Here’s what to do:

Go to PayPal’s website and click the sign up button.
On the next screen you’ll need to choose which type of account you’d like to set up: Personal, Premier, or Business.
If you choose Personal or Premier you’ll need to fill in your contact info and agree to PayPal’s User Agreement and Privacy Policy. Once your account is established you will need to link your bank account, debit or credit card in order to start sending money, although you can receive money right away. If you choose to link your bank account then PayPal will make two small deposits in your account and require that you log back in and enter these numbers to verify that you are the bank account owner.
If you choose to set up a Business account you’ll need to take an additional step of selecting your payment solution. PayPal gives you several payment solution options to choose from. If you’re unsure then choose the “I don’t know” option and اموزش ساخت حساب پی پال بدون شماره will ask you several questions in order to recommend the best PayPal payment solution for you.
Once your PayPal business account is set up and you confirm your bank account you’ll then be ready to start selling online or alternatively you can receive online donations. If you do plan to accept charitable donations as a 5013c non-profit organization account you’ll be required to send in further proof of your identity or restrictions will be placed on your account.