PayPal Contact Number
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Sales & Customer Services
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Contact PayPal Customer Services
Use the PayPal contact number to contact PayPal customer services, between the hours shown.
PayPal is the simple and convenient way to pay for things online. With PayPal you don’t need to keep re-entering card and delivery details, because the process is quick and easy. By just entering an email address and password, or mobile number and PIN you can pay. PayPal protects your details and provides Buyer Protection to keep your online shopping activity safe and secure. Using the Paypal contact number will mean you can get assitional information on:
- How PayPal works
- How you can Pay Online
- How to Send Money online
- Downloading and using the PayPal app
- Pay with a credit card on your account
- Options for Business Clients
PayPal Customer Services
Visit the PayPal company website www.paypal.com or contact PayPal customer services on 08435 040 933.
PayPal’s customer services can help with: your account; payments and money; payment disputes; PayPal credit; and security and trading issues.
The PayPal company has a dedicated Resolution Centre for help and advice in solving problems and addressing issues. You can access this online, or alternatively contact PayPal customer services.
eBay customer services can also advise on: paying for items; how to buy on eBay as a guest; how to retract a bid on eBay; invoices and fees from eBay; contacting PayPal; forgotten username or password. Use the PayPal contact number to speak to paypal customer services.
Getting Started with PayPal
Customer services can help you set up your PayPal account and help you with these kind of issues: changing or resetting your password; withdrawing money to your bank account; add or change a bank account on a PayPal account; add or remove a debit or credit card; receiving money in a PayPal account; and opening or closing a PayPal account.
PayPal for Business
PayPal offers solutions for Businesses across the Uk & Rest of the World. With PayPal Business you are able to help you:
- Accept PayPal payments on your website
- Create PayPal checkout button for your website
- Provide your customers with Payment Options – Direct Debit / PayPal Card & Invoices
- Email Invoicing Services
- Getting paid from Ebay
- PayPal working capital for large business
Making a Complaint to PayPal
If you wish to make a formal complaint to PayPal you can use the Paypal Contact Number on 08435 040 933. For more information you can visit the PayPal Resolution Centre online.
Paypal can prpvide introductions to partners that can help integrate PayPal services into your business. Contact PayPal by using the PayPal contact number to find out more information on:
- Shopping Cart Partners
- Gateway Partners
- Accounting Partners
More About PayPal
PayPal was founded 1998 and originally known as Confinity. The PayPal money transfer service was added in 1999. PayPal was acquired by eBay as a subsidiary company in 2002. It was then launched as a separate publicly traded company in 2015.
PayPal operates in over 200 countries and has over 155 million active,
registered account worldwide. PayPal’s customers can send, receive and hold funds in 26 currencies.
PayPal is globally recognised, covering 203 countries and markets. It is currently the UK’s preferred online and mobile payment method. It can be used on the full range of electronic devices – mobile, tablet, desktop or home computer.
PayPal is widely accepted by millions of websites across the globe, from large chains and brands to independent, specialist stores.
The company also offers secure, convenient payment solutions for businesses.
7 billion businesses worldwide now use PayPal. PayPal also provides working capital for small businesses, with single, affordable fixed fees.
PayPal’s Buyer Protection policy states that a customer may file a complaint if they do not receive and item, or if the item they have purchased is not significantly as described.
The company’s Seller Protection Policy covers sellers if they receive unauthorised payments, or if a buyer claims not to have received their item.