Having a Nigeria PayPal account that can send and receive funds is now possible. How possible is that? Read on and discover how that can be possible.
If you are from Nigeria, I’m quite sure you already know that you can only send funds but not receive funds with a Nigeria PayPal account.
This has made doing business online very rough for most webmasters and online entrepreneurs aside from the normal paying for goods and services online.
Due to PayPal placing some limitations on the Nigeria PayPal accounts, in particular, you won’t be able to receive funds with a Nigeria PayPal account but can only send.
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This has really become a hindrance and a major challenge for those who make money online through various legitimate means like affiliate marketing, blogging, freelancing, survey sites, CPA, etc
Because most of these sites prefer paying out commissions via PayPal due to the low-cost fee of mass payout processing fee PayPal offers.
Many have tried several means of creating a PayPal account that can send and receive funds from Nigeria, by changing their device IP addresses, but all have proof abortive.
In the end, most who tried to outsmart PayPal ends up getting their account blocked and the funds in the account lost.
This has got me thinking a lot which made me put on my thinking cap and research a solid way out of Opening a Nigeria PayPal which can send and receive funds.
And the good news is that I found a way out. Although this method has been around for a while, many have been using it silently.
But today, I have decided to reveal this secret way of opening and operating a Nigeria PayPal account that can send and receive funds from Nigeria without using a VPN or anything to hide your IP address.
So without any further delays, let’s dive straight into it.
Step By Step Guide To Opening A Nigeria PayPal Account That Can Send And Receive Funds.
Before we proceed, we are going to be opening a Lesotho PayPal account but with our real IP address, Nigeria name, address, number, and everything.
The idea is that the Lesotho PayPal account has no limit on sending and receiving funds, so if we use the Lesotho PayPal link to make an account, it going to work fine 100% without any issues.
I have been using my account for over 3 years now without any issues. So with that being said, let’s proceed.
First Visit 👉👉👉 https://www.paypal.com/ls/webapps/mpp/merchant or copy the link and paste it into your browser. Once you are on that page, this is how the page will look like 👇👇
So now, click on the signup button, and on the next page, choose the business account and click on continue. See the image below.
After you’ve done that, choose a Business and continue, you’ll be taken to another page where you are expected to input your valid email address.
Create a fresh email account for this purpose and you should either make use of a Gmail email address or use a custom email address if you already have one.
I’ll strongly advise you to stay away from other email providers like Yahoo, Hotmail, AOL, etc.
They look spammy and PayPal frown at such email domains badly. So stay away from using them to open a Nigeria PayPal account.
So once you’ve entered your email address, then click on continue and you’ll be taken to the next page.
Now on the next page, you need to input a strong password you’ll be using to operate your Nigeria PayPal account.
Create a strong password that should be between 8 to 20 characters long, use upper and lowercase letters, and include a symbol.
For example, you can form a password like this. JoyLencyz@#,
Enter the password you’ve formed and click on continue. Make sure you save the password so you won’t lose or forget it.
Once the above step is done, you are taken to another page that requires your personal and business information.
For your personal information, kindly use your real name as it appears on your documents In case any issues arise in the future that will warrant you to provide your legal documents for verification.
For the business information, don’t worry about it as it’s your personal information that’s more important.
On the business information area where you are required to enter your legal first and last name there, for Business name, you can just enter any name you like. Most not be your real name. You can use something like Joy Smart Enterprise.
It doesn’t matter whether it’s registered or not. In my own case, I just used any name I liked.
In the next area you’re asked for the number, just click on the first small country box and choose Nigeria whose country code is 234 from the Lesotho it was initially.
Then input your number taking away the first 0 in front of your number. E.g if your number starts with 0705679, you just need to take away the first 0 and put in 705679.
In the next area, enter your address as it appears on your legal documents or government-issued IDs.
Once that is done, then select the currency you want your Nigeria PayPal account to use. In this case, I select USD and then tick on the little I AGRE AND CONTINUE box.
And then click on Agree and Continue button to be taken to the next page. See the image below👇👇
After you are done with providing your business and personal information, on the next page, which is the “Tell Us About Your Business” page. On this page, you are just required to tell them a bit about your business or what type of business are you into.
What you do is just select an individual, and select any category and subcategory. You can just leave the area that asks for Url blank and click on continue.
See image 👇👇
Now You’ve been taken to the next page which is the account holder information page where you are required to provide your means of identification for verification.
Now put Nigeria as your Nationality, after that, select the type of document you will want to make use of and enter the details needed.
Then provide the real date of birth just as it appears on your ID or document you are using. See the image below 👇
Once you’ve done that and submit, you’ll be taken to another page that’ll ask you to confirm your email address and activate your account, and also set up your payment method.
But in some cases you may not receive any email from Paypal asking you to confirm your email address, rather you may receive an email from Paypal telling you to provide more information about your business which you have a few months to submit whatever you are asked for.
But really you don’t have to worry yourself about that, that won’t have any effect on your account. it may just reduce the limit of money you can send out and receive in a year.
Now since I didn’t receive any email to confirm my email address, PayPal just prompted me to login into my newly created account which I did.
So now what you’ll do next once you are in your dashboard is to locate the profile as shown by the arrow in the image. Click on it and you’ll see 2 message notifications.
Now as you can see, the 2 notifications will ask you to confirm your email address and then secondly confirm your credit card.
once you click on the sees details below “confirm your email address”, you will see where it says your email address is unconfirmed. see image
When you then click on the “unconfirmed email address” another page will show where you are expected to click on the confirm email address and a mail will be sent out to your inbox which you will open and click.
Once you get the mail from Paypal and you click on the click, it will take you to a page where you need to log back in again so the verification will be done successfully.
After that is done, you’ll notice that the notification is no longer 2, but now one which simply means that the email verification was successful.
The next step now is to link and confirm your debit or credit card. Click on the “SEE DETAIL” below the Link and confirm my debit or credit card.
You now have two options either link your credit or debit card or link your bank account. So you can click on any of the options and see which one suits you or is easier for you to do. when I did mine, using my debit card was easier for me.
So for the sake of this guide, I will use the debit card verification method to complete this. So click on the link to a card option.
Now enter your debit card details and click on continue. After that, your bank will account will be debited, and depending on your bank type, you should be getting the debit immediately or after like 24hrs.
When I did mine, I got a debit in about 12 hours’ time. Once you get the debit from your bank, you should notice the word code from the debit statement alert.
The numbers before the word are the code you need to provide in order to verify your account.
So once you receive the code, log back into Your Nigeria Paypal account we just created and input the code to have a verified Paypal account. And hen you are free as a bird to start sending and receiving funds with your Nigeria Paypal account.
As you can see that it is very much possible to have and operate a verified Nigeria PayPal account to send and receive funds.
But where knowledge is limited, it becomes impossible. Few things to note about your Nigeria PayPal account.
1. whenever you want to login into your account, always make sure you log in from this Lesotho PayPal link, Which is this one 👉👉https://www.paypal.com/ls/signin.
Second, whenever you have issues with your PayPal account, make sure you used the number you made use of signing up for your PayPal account to call this PayPal support line 402-935-2050. And your problem will be settled asap.
A Visa card works better than a MasterCard for verifying your PayPal account. And that will be it for the Nigeria PayPal account opening.
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