How to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria + a free eBook

by Johnson Daniel

There are many restrictions that Nigerians face when it comes to any dealings with things on the internet, one of them is the freedom to use a PayPal account that can send and receive money here in Nigeria.

It is really too sad to see that Nigerians are missing out on this big opportunity because PayPal is one of the best tool that you can use to send money to anyone, anywhere in the world. I know that there are numerous platforms that pays very well but you’ve ignored them because you don’t have or you don’t know how to create a PayPal account. In this article, I will show you how to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria without the use of any VPN.How to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria + a free eBook


How to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria


I have taken my time to create a 9 minute video tutorial that will show you how to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria, you can watch the video tutorial below.

For those of you who prefer reading to watching, you can continue with this article, as I will provide a step-by-step guide on how to create the Lesotho PayPal account.

First of all, go to https://www.paypal.com/ls/webapps/mpp/merchant and ensure that the page finishes loading. After that, click SIGN UP or GET STARTED anyhow the case may be. On the next page, fill in your email, most preferably, the email that has not been used to create a PayPal account before and click the next button.How to create a Lesotho PayPal account that can send and receive money in Nigeria + a free eBook

On the next page, you will be asked to fill in your personal information, kindly do that and ensure that you change the country’s phone number from Lesotho to Nigeria’s +234, then type your mobile number. As for the currency, leave it as “USD Dollars” then click Agree and Continue.

On the next page, you will be asked to provide some information about your business, on the drop-down menu select Individual as your business type. The next part is the tricky part, this stage is where you will be asked to provide a means of verification for your identity. Click the drop-down button and from the menu, select the means in which you want to verify your identity. If you choose to verify your identity via National ID Card, you can simply write down your ID number on the blank space. If you choose to use Passport or Drivers’ Licence, you will still need to do the same thing.

After doing all of that, put in your Date Of Birth (D.O.B) and click the SUBMIT button. You have successfully created your PayPal account and you will now need to verify your PayPal account by going to the inbox of the email address that you provided during the signup process.

This PayPal account that you have successfully created is a Lesotho PayPal account that you can use to send and receive funds right here in Nigeria. You can mainly sell the PayPal funds to people, I must put a disclaimer notice though, there are scammers out there that can scam you, so, I’ll give you the opportunity to contact me via this page that is if you want to sell your PayPal funds so that I can help you get a legit buyer.

However, you can try to link your card to your PayPal account to see if you can actually withdraw your PayPal funds directly to your bank account. Not many cards can be linked to a Lesotho PayPal account, so I’ll recommend you try linking a First Bank MasterCard or a UBA AfriCard to the PayPal account. Many individuals have claimed that it worked.  If you are able to link a card to your PayPal account, you can be halfway sure that you will be able to withdraw the PayPal fund directly to your bank account.

Well that being said, you can download the eBook on how to create this Lesotho PayPal account from here. Don’t forget to follow us on Telegram and subscribe to our YouTube page for more tutorials like this.

 

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