How to create a PayPal account

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PayPal Holdings, Inc. is an American company operating a global online payments system that supports online money transfers.

The company also operates as a payment processor for online vendors, auction sites, and many other commercial users, for which it charges a fee in exchange for benefits such as one-click transactions and password memory.

PayPal is available in over 200 countries and supports 25 currencies. Use of PayPal eases the transfer of cash over borders and across language barriers.

A lot of online projects and general business operations require the use of PayPal, below is a way to create an account for your businesses.

How to create a Paypal account

  • Head to the PayPal address https://www.paypal.com/ke;
  • Click on the “Enter” button and “SIGN UP” on the display;
  • There are 2 account options – personal or business account.
  • Select the preferred account and press “Continue”;
  • Create a strong password using a combination of letters, numbers and symbols
  • Fill in your personal information and make sure to use your working Email account
  • A message will be sent to your email account welcoming you to your new account
  • Accept the terms and conditions and your PayPal account will be created.

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