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Posted by Larry on Tuesday February 28, 2012 12:32:11:

Is there any gain in using a Paypal account in Nigeria knowing that residents here are not allowed to register. A lot of people in Nigeria are so eager to open a Paypal account in order to be able to tap into a wider market with people who have online funds. Paypal is becoming a sort of online bank that holds people's money and allow them to transfer to other members on the network.
Paypal is helping a lot of online business owners to sell and buy online just with a click of a button. Paypal is equally helping websites and even charity organizations across the world to receive donations freely from people.
Now how about people resident in countries that are excluded from Paypal from the mean time. Countries like Nigeria do no work with Paypal so how is is possible to open a Paypal account from here? Well Paypal does not exclude Nigerians to open a Paypal account but it excludes Nigerians registering with a Nigerian address so it iq auite possible and legal for a Nigerian to open a Paypal account using a Paypal acceptable address. Nigerians can emigrate or use a family's address outside the country to register for a Paypal account. If you are in Nigeria and are determined to open a Paypal account, here is how to do this easily:
- Check for countries that you would like to register from that you can equally travel to if need be or get an agent to go there for you.
- Go to Paypal.com and register using the details and address
- Get a Virtual credit card and verify your account
- You can also open an offshore account in a Paypal account if you want and want to do serious business with Paypal
- Connect your bank account to Paypal account

To withdraw from Paypal, you can withdraw to your offshore bank account or sell your paypal funds to a paypal exchanger or someone else who wants Paypal funding.

Re: Using Paypal in Nigeria: Any benefits? Posted by Larry on Friday April 8, 2011 at 8:58:40:

It is good having a Paypal account as most online businesses use it. It doesn't work in Nigeria however

Re: Using Paypal in Nigeria: Any benefits? Posted by Kola on Wednesday April 13, 2011 at 12:15:10:

Paypal works anywhere as long as there is internet access but the only thing is that it doesn't allow you to open an account with a Nigerian address. So you can't send or receive money from anyone with a Nigerian address. You can still use Paypal if you are have a residential address in any approved Paypal country.

Re: Using Paypal in Nigeria: Any benefits? Posted by Joe on Saturday April 30, 2011 at 8:55:39:

I would like to learn how to use a paypal donation button on my blog

Re: Using Paypal in Nigeria: Any benefits? Posted by Felix on Saturday May 21, 2011 at 9:50:27:

There are several ways to use Paypal to make money such as selling an instantly downloadable stuff or just receivng donations on your website. You just have to create the button from within your account and paste it in your page/s template.

You can learn more about using a Paypal donation here: Paypal donation button

Re: Using Paypal in Nigeria: Any benefits? Posted by Onelove on Saturday May 21, 2011 at 9:52:39:

Yes paypal doesn't work in Nigeria yet. You can get an account through kenya, South Africa or even Chad. You can also get an account via UK, US or Spain but now with a Nigerian address. Paypal only allows Nigerians to register with a residential address frm an acceptable country.

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