This article is a walkthrough on how to create a Paypal account in Nigeria. PayPal is the world’s number one online money transfer platform and is used by hundreds of millions of people worldwide to send and receive money. For years, PayPal had basically shut Nigeria out due to our notoriety for internet-related fraud.
It will be a long time in the future before PayPal will lift the Nigeria PayPal limitation if not blacklist Nigerians totally.
To send and receive funds remains primary to most financial products. And when this seems challenging one looks elsewhere.
4 out of 5 websites you browse today to look for service or to provide service are most likely to have PayPal as the most preferred form of payment.
And to the world of freelancing, and remote workers, mostly from third world countries like Ghana, Nigeria, etc PayPal limitation is more to them like a big blow on their chest.
There various legitimate ways to earn online, such as freelancing (i.e selling your skills on Fiverr, Upwork, Gigbucks, etc.) and even with most affiliate marketing or dropshipping business. The truth is you are most going to need a PayPal account for some of these.
As things fraud detection techniques improved as well as Nigeria’s notion as the largest economy in Africa, PayPal has now lifted restrictions on Nigeria. Owning a PayPal account is quite simple and you can do that in this simple process below.
However, knowing how to create a PayPal account in Nigeria remains as important as setting up your business and putting together all that is needed to receive the money you get paid for selling your services.
Here is a screenshot of my Paypal account below. In as much as people sell this information, I will in this article give it to you for 100% free. Just make sure to share this article so that more persons can benefit from it and get more value. I have also attached below a full video tutorial in case reading this might not give you a full way ahead, the video will practically guide you through.
How To Create A Paypal Account in Nigeria
1. Firstly, Visit the most feasible country PayPal you want yours to be domiciled.
and more… depending on your choice.
2. Sign up to the business option, and fill in your business and personal details. For the business details, please choose INDIVIDUAL BUSINESS. Then you will be required to put in your legal ID like NIN or Passport number.
You should use your personal details as they appear in your bank. Fill in your personal details, verify and move to the next page.
If you don’t know anyone in the country you want your account domiciled, you should go to yellow pages of that country to get pseudo credentials, while you use it alongside your real credentials in the personal details area.
3. Verify your email and lift your PayPal limit with a credit card.
You can get a working card at GT Bank or the Wema by Alat card, they work very well to date. Use it to verify your PayPal and lift the limit
4. Voila!! Your account is setup
5. Test your account by sending some funds to activate the account. You can get PayPal funds from freelancers and your account is set.
Watch the full step by step Video practical guide on how to create a PayPal account in Nigeria. This video will show you all you need, just follow through step by step and make sure to drop a comment and share. – https://youtu.be/hGJ8oxRG3Zg