Are you a Nigerian that want to receive money online through PayPal? This information is for you because you will know how to create Nigeria PayPal account that sends and receives money straight to your local bank account which you can withdraw easily.
PayPal is the world most popular online payment platform used for receiving money from numerous companies including Fiverr.
But unfortunately, PayPal placed a restriction on Nigerians blocking us from receiving payments from clients after spending our time and energy to complete those works.
If you are a Nigerian online business person, you are only allowed to send payments or pay for goods and services online with your PayPal account but with my trick, you will be able to create your own PayPal account that sends and receives money in Nigeria.
Interestingly, Nigerians are not alone in this bad situation because there are other countries that are already restricted from receiving payments.
Below are some of the affected countries That Can’t Receive PayPal Money
- Central African Republic
- Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)
- Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea)
- Equatorial Guinea
- Saint Lucia
- South Sudan
So can I receive PayPal payment from any of these restricted countries?
The answer is YES. In fact, this my trick works for all the listed countries above.
Note this is not the VPN method that usually gets blocked. I won’t advise even my enemy to use the VPN trick because I have seen so many people lost money through that method.
How will you feel after noticing that your account was blocked or limited after receiving a decent amount of money inside it? That’s the bad story of those that uses PayPal VPN trick.
Why Do I Need a PayPal Account?
Simple, if you are an internet marketer, blogger, Freelancer, online reviewer, app developer, website designer, or engage in any other legit online business that pays, you surely need a PayPal account to purchase stuffs online or receive money for the service you render or the goods you sold.
Below are some of the mediums through which you get paid via PayPal:
- Via foreign affiliate programsVia Sponsored posts from foreign clients
- Via survey websites
- Via NIP platforms
- Ads programs
Without a fully functional PayPal account, you will loose so many money online. In fact, your online business will not get to the target you set and you can’t have a nice business deals with foreign clients abroad.
Let me share my brief experience when I didn’t have a functional PayPal account as a blogger and internet businessman.
First as a blogger, I got a decent number of sponsored posts proposals from clients abroad who are only ready to pay through PayPal. I lost so much money in the process because most of these foreign companies don’t pay via Payoneer, Wire Transfer etc except very few that accepts payments via Western Union.
My second experience was affiliate marketing with gearbest. The online shopping company mainly pays her affiliates through PayPal and when it’s time to get my payments, I was stocked. After several attempts and requesting to be paid via Payoneer which is PayPal alternative, all efforts proved abortive and I angrily left the program.
My last experience was via survey website that I never knew pays via PayPal. After wasting my time to complete surveys, my money was withheld simply because I didn’t have a PayPal account that receives money.
That’s the bad situation and story of a typical Nigerian online business man.
But Why Did PayPal Restrict Nigeria From Receiving Money?
According to John Paulo from PayPal International Customer Solution, the restriction was as a result of some strict government financial regulations that needed to be accepted and followed. Mr John said that Nigeria only accepted to use PayPal for shopping and making purchases online.
Can I Make Money Through PayPal?
Yes there are many ways through which you can make money via PayPal, they include:
- Take Cash Surveys
- Graphic designFreelance Writing
- Affiliate Marketing
- Sell Products on Your Own Website
- Become a Transcriptionist
- Shop Online with Ebates
- Become a Virtual Assistant
- Drive People Around via Uber and get paid with PayPal
- Sell ebooks
These are some of the best ways to earn money on PayPal so you see the need to own a PayPal account that receives money in Nigeria and other blocked nations of the world.
However, there are still other alternatives ways to receive money from abroad in Nigeria as I wrote in one of my previous articles. You can check it out if interested.
NOTE: You don’t need VPN to create a PayPal account that sends and receives money $,£,€ in Nigeria. Get my working trick from here now!
How To Create PayPal Account That Sends And Receive Money In Nigeria
This information is not FREE but will cost you just N4,000.
I’m sure the value of this info is far more than the price you will pay to get it. In fact, you can resell this info after buying it from me and make your own money.
With my method, you will be able to own a PayPal account that sends and receives payments in Nigeria without VPN. It’s not limited but fully functional account.
It sounds too good to be true right, I have posted some screenshots of my recent earnings with this account and some people are already enjoying my trick.
So to Create your own fully functional paypal account today, just send an email to mokoweb1 @ gmail.com or whatsapp number +234 806 227 6490.
Once you do business online, a Paypal account is paramount if you plan to earn some money from your online business and you can’t continue hoping and waiting for the time the company lifts this ban on your country before you will be able to enjoy the benefits.
Having said that, this my method will solve your problem as we wait for the day this restriction will be officially lifted if at all it will be possible.
Don’t ever buy the idea of using VPN tricks because you will regret it in the long run.
In my subsequent articles, I will write on Payoneer and how to effectively use it to earn from your internet and online hustles.
That’s it guys, if you need further information or request, you can use the comments box below.