More ways to get paid with PayPal

More ways to get paid with PayPal

Get paid anywhere with PayPal Here

Accept card and contactless payments easily without monthly fees using just your mobile phone and the PayPal card reader.

 

PayPal HERE

I  am now setup with PayPal here, and can provide you with an onsite demo (Kent only) and training in using the card reader. If you do not already have paypal, I can help you setup paypal, a full merchant account if you also need online processing and anything else e-commerce related.

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Accept all types of payments, cards or contactless, including Apple Pay and Android Pay. Payments reach your PayPal account in seconds.

paypal payment types

Accept all types of payments

Contactless

Smartphone or Smartwatch

Chip & PIN

Magnetic swipe

paypal here contactless

PayPal HERE smartphone payment

PayPal HERE chip and pin

PayPal HERE magnetic stripe

 

PayPal.Me, your link to getting paid back.

Create your paypal.me link, share it and start receiving money, Simples!

Use it to split a bill with friends or accept payments from customers. Anyone can use it.

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This feature is most definitely very long overdue, and I am frankly surprised it has taken PayPal so long to get this done, it isn’t exactly difficult to do.

Why would you need this?

If you normally deal in cash and you are onsite with a client, but they do not have the cash, you can just send them your

If you normally deal in cash and you are onsite with a client, but they do not have the cash, you can just send them your paypal.me link, or type it for them on their computer, tablet or phone, and get paid right there on the spot.

Sold something on gumtree, at a car boot sale etc, just send them your link to get payment.

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Welcome to the new wordpress blog

Welcome to the new wordpress blog

Mango Blog was great for the few years I have used it, but it rarely gets any updates (only 1 in the 3 years I have used it I think)  and what few plugins there are, many of them are dead, and the rest are not being maintained or updated either.
The cfformProtect anti-spam plugin seems to be failing more and more, I have not even been able to post on the mango blog forums for the last couple of years as cfformprotect wont let me, despite informing laura many time, this has never been fixed. So I can only assume other must be having this same issue on sites running mango blog are probably losing comments due to people being unable to post.

Sadly I couldn’t really find any good reason to stick with Mango other than misguided support for CF just for the sake of it. I have been using WordPress for just about everything else I do for several years now, and it really is a no brainer in most cases as it effortlessly does everything you need with its plethora of plugins and then some.

So I have finally bit the bullet and moved my blog to WordPress as well.

Moving all my content from my old blog is proving to be a chore, there is no easy way to do this, the rss import is the closest I came, but it doesn;t import the images and mango doesn’t show all posts on the rss feed either. So I will have to keep the old blog online as well until I find a way to do this or write a tool that does it for me.

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