Now that PayPal is available for Nigerians to use as a means of payment for products and services online. One thing to pay attention to is the safety of transactions. Shopping online should be easy and safe. PayPal knows this and this is why there is a need for PayPal buyer protection.
According to the recent update from PayPal Nigeria, they’ve got you covered. You can rely on PayPal to help you get a refund if something goes wrong. With PayPal in Nigeria, you can shop online with peace of mind. Your eligible purchases are covered automatically, with no additional charge and wherever you pay with PayPal, on eBay or on websites around the world.
3 Ways to Make use of the PayPal Buyer Protection
1. Ask the seller to resolve the issue.
If something goes wrong with a purchase, start by visiting PayPal’s Resolution Center to try to resolve the problem directly with the seller. To do this, you will need to open a dispute within 45 days after transaction.
2. Contact PayPal.
If you are unable to resolve the issue with the seller, visit the Resolution Center again to escalate the process to a claim and let PayPal know that you need more help.
3. Leave it to PayPal.
To be able to make an informed decision, PayPal might ask you for some supporting documents like a postal service proof. PayPal will make a decision and refund you up to the full amount of the purchase if your case is found to have merit.
To be able to enjoy the PayPal buyer protection, you need to have a full understanding of the User Agreement for PayPal Services. With that, you will be able know what types of problems is covered by the PayPal buyer protection.