Share a link and get paid. Simple as that.

Create your link, share it, and start receiving money. Split a bill with friends or accept payments from customers. Anyone can use it.

Create Your PayPal.Me Link
For you
Share your PayPal.Me page link with friends and family; splitting a bill, chipping in for a present, or reimbursing a friend has never been easier.
For your freelance activity
Whether you design websites or sell your creations online, invoices or awkward payment reminders are a thing of the past. Just share your link and get paid.
For your business
Let your customers secure orders or book your services, just by following a link. And with your business account, you benefit from our Seller Protection.
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How PayPal.Me Works

1
Choose your own link.

Create your own PayPal.Me link and share it instantly with anyone: friends, customers, or partners.

If you don't already have a PayPal account, signing up is fast and free. And you can start accepting money from anyone in an instant.

2
Share your link easily.

Share your PayPal.Me link the way you want to. In an email, a text message, on a chat, or even on your business card.

3
Get paid, real fast.

Friends, family, or customers can follow the link, enter any amount and that’s it. The money’s usually in your PayPal account in seconds.

Why should I use PayPal.Me?

Easy does it

When it comes to simplicity, you can’t beat a click. Plus it’s a great way to remind anyone you’re waiting for their payment. Simply share your link and you're done.

Ask anyone

Who still has the time to write a check or set up a complicated bank transfer? With PayPal.Me, anyone with a credit card or a PayPal account can pay you in an instant.

Safer for you and your business

When using PayPal.Me for business, you and your customers benefit from our Protection Programs. Safer for everyone.

Get your PayPal.Me link today.

PayPal.Me is a fast, easy and more secure way for your friends, family or customers to pay you back.

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