Various PayPal Payment Types

PayPal is available in more than 200 countries and regions. PayPal payment types come in different forms. You can use the PayPal platform to either send or receive payments securely worldwide and transact business in multiple currencies. When you pay with PayPal on any website PayPal Purchase Protection covers you if you have a problem. If an item does not arrive or is significantly not as the seller described when they sold you the product or service, we will help you get a full refund for your purchase.

PayPal Payment Types

PayPal Payment Types

Unfortunately, PayPal does not allow personal payments in every country. Please check your account to see if you can make personal payments. PayPal allows you to make payments using a variety of methods, including:

A benefit of using PayPal as a payment platform is that the recipient won’t receive sensitive financial information like your credit card or bank account number like they would with a bank wire. PayPal’s anonymity is a major advantage because you don’t have to worry about someone getting your Debit Card, Credit Card, or Bank Account information if you receive payment from people you don’t know.

Various PayPal Payment Types

Payment with PayPal on Any Website

When you make a payment with PayPal on any website PayPal’s Purchase Protection covers you if you have any problem with completing the transaction. If an item does not arrive or is significantly not as the seller described when they sold you the product or service, within 60 days, PayPal will help you to get a full refund for your purchase.

Payment with PayPal on Any Website

 

If you’re sending a personal payment, payment types include:

  • Gift Select this payment type when you’re sending money as a gift for a birthday or other special occasion.
  • Payment Owed Use this payment type for things like reimbursing a friend for your share of a restaurant check or repaying money that a family member loaned you.
  • Cash Advance –Select this payment type when the money you’re sending isn’t for purchasing or buying different services or goods. (A card issuer may charge a fee for cash advances.)
  • Living Expense –Use this payment type when you have regular, periodically recurring expenses like rent or utilities.
  • Other Select this payment type for anything that’s not covered by another payment type.