Set your own personal PayPal URL with

September 2, 2015

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Of all the numerous online and mobile payment systems and methods available today, I find PayPal the most reliable and most secure ever. Ever since I signed up in 2007, I’ve never experienced any problem at all. Believe it or not, I haven’t even changed my password since I opened an account. Sorry to hear that others are not as fortunate but PayPal is still one of the best and the quickest online payments out there.

The company will only continue to improve and make their system safe and secure by adding more layers of protection. Sending through PayPal is so simple but there’s still a way to make e-commerce payments easier and well-protected. A new feature called has just been introduced that aims to quicken and simplify person-to-person payment and money transfer. With, PayPal users can set a personalized URL to give to people who may want or need to send them money. works between PayPal account holders. If before, users still need to log in to the website to be able to navigate and send payment. This time, they only need to go to a given link to send an amount. It’s only then that a user is asked to sign in before clicking the ‘send’ button.

PayPal is encouraging everyone to choose and register his own URL before others can get the name you like. It’s as simple as so go ahead and register that profile that might make you rich where generous souls can send you a few dollars. is now available in the following countries: United States, Canada, Austria, Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Netherlands, Poland, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey.

What’s so special about this It’s meant to be shared on social apps, messaging platforms, and websites so anyone can easily send you money. Amount sent is automatically forwarded to a user’s PayPal account. It’s just a special web address/location where people can send a payment for whatever product or services you provided. Actually, this feature makes it easier for companies or organizations to setup a donation page for whatever relevant cause.

VIA: SlashGear


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