• PayPal Here - PayPal's new Chip and PIN solution now available

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    PayPal Heretm is now available to all businesses in the UK, meaning small and medium businesses can now easily and securely accept PayPal, credit and debit card payments offline, wherever they do business.

     

    The British-designed Chip and PIN card reader has been built specifically for businesses that traditionally rely on cash. Market stall owners, taxi drivers and tradesmen need never have to turn business away if the customer doesn't have enough cash on them.

     

    It couldn't be easier to get started with PayPal Heretm:

     

    1.       Download the free PayPal Heretm app from iTunes (iOS) or Google Play (Android)

     

    2.       Enter a few details about your business

     

    3.       Order your card reader through the app

     

    4.       Pair it with your mobile device via Bluetooth and start taking payments

     

    PayPal Heretm not only lets you accept credit and debit cards but also log cash and cheques, send electronic receipts and invoices, and accept PayPal Check in. There is just a one-off charge of £99 for the card reader and then a small fee per transaction using the card reader.*

     

    PayPal Heretm's release is another innovation from PayPal that's transforming the way we do business. It follows the recent launch of a new Check in feature on the PayPal app that allows customers to pay using their profile picture for the first time.

     

    Want to find out more about PayPal Heretm? Check out our how-to video guide or visit our website.

     

     

    * The PayPal Chip and PIN card reader is subject to a one-off payment of £99 (including VAT and free delivery) and then a 2.75% transaction fee for every payment you accept with Chip and PIN cards and/or PayPal Check in.  A transaction fee of 3.40% plus 20 pence is charged for card payments made by swiping the magnetic stripe or manually keying in the card details.  These fees are domestic transactions only, additional charges apply for cross border transactions.

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