Customers who choose PayPal as a payment method are 60% more likely to convert than those who do not.1
Once you've signed up with PayPal, connecting your marketplace account is a breeze.
Accept credit and debit cards, Venmo2, PayPal Credit3, and other popular digital payment options.
Giving shoppers the option to pay with PayPal can make a new customer feel more comfortable making their first purchase.
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The PayPal Business Debit Mastercard® lets you access your PayPal balance instantly—without an annual fee or credit check.3 And you can earn unlimited 1% cash back on eligible purchases.4More about the Business Debit Mastercard
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1 Source: comScore online panel commissioned by PayPal, Q4 2017-Q1 2018. Analysis of Consumer on-line behavior tracked across 50 Large e-Commerce sites panel of 1 million US consumers. Conversion was measured from the point at which customer chooses a payment provider.
2 Venmo is currently available in the U.S. only.
3 PayPal Credit is subject to consumer credit approval.