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Send and receive PayPal money with Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger is more than just an instant messaging app now; it has transformed into a peer-to-peer  (P2P) payment channel, thanks to the partnership between Facebook and PayPal. Available in the U.S. from October 20, people can send and request money using their PayPal account without leaving the Messenger app. To make a payment, people…

PayPal and Skype team up for mobile payments

PayPal has announced a new deal with Skype that will allow users in 22 countries worldwide to send money to other Skype users through an updated version of the Skype mobile app.   This extends PayPal’s potential reach by a sizable amount – the Skype app has been downloaded over a billion times to date, and has approximately…

Samsung Pay to arrive on PayPal accounts soon

Samsung Pay has announced that users will be able to use PayPal in-app, in-store and online.   Users can add their PayPal accounts to Samsung Pay and use their PayPal wallet anywhere Samsung Pay is accepted. And because it uses proprietary MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission) technology, which allows you to use Samsung Pay at terminals…

Samsung, PayPal to consolidate mobile and online payments

Samsung has announced a partnership with PayPal to allow Samsung Pay users to make in-app, online and in-store payments with the US payment platform.   The service will be available in the US first and will be expanded to other countries in the near future.   Moreover, Samsung Pay will be accepted as a payment method in apps…

Apple adds PayPal as payment option

Apple has announced that it will enable PayPal payments in its digital stores, including iTunes, iBooks, Apple Music and the App Store.   The deal struck on 11 July 2017 will enable Apple customers in US, UK, Canada, Mexico, Australia and parts of Europe to choose PayPal as a payment option. The US-based payments service provider has also…

PayPal introduces cross-border trade service

PayPal has announced the introduction of PayPal Global Sellers, a cross-border trade service for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) in the US. In collaboration with Webinterpret, the service addresses the commonly cited international growth barriers with a suite of tools, including: website translation, taxes/duties presentment, international shipping and return facilitation, or localized…

PayPal processes USD 31 bln in mobile transactions in Q4 2016

PayPal processed a total of USD 31 billion in mobile payment volume in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the company’s latest financial report. This figure represents an increase of 53% over the same period in 2015. Mobile payments represented 31% of the company’s USD 99 billion in payment…

Amazon, PayPal discuss future partnership to boost ecommerce business

Amazon and PayPal have discussed the possibility that the online retail company to support PayPal payments at checkout. Amazon offers credit and debit cards, gift cards, and Amazon.com store cards as payment methods. Customers can also link their checking accounts to the site to make quick purchases. PayPal grew to…

PayPal rumored to want a role in Apple’s m-payments service

PayPal is allegedly set to gain a role in the Apple’s mobile payments service, online media outlet recode.net reports.   According to the source, eBay-owned PayPal has been pitching Apple on helping Apple bring its payments initiative to fruition.   PayPal is essentially willing to white-label parts of its payment…

Paypal to Terminate Personal Payments Service in Malaysia

If you are using PayPal, I believe you should receive an e-mail from Paypal saying that they will terminate personal payment service in Malaysia starting 4th June 2013. This is not a good new for those who are using PayPal to transfer personal funds to your friends and relatives inside…