PayPal: Mobile Cash
PayPal: Mobile Cash review
PayPal: Mobile Cash is formerly a wholly-owned subsidiary of eBay. In 2015, the payment system separated from it and became an independent organization. PayPal provides highly secure transactions for buyers and sellers.
Interface and Design
In the "History" column, you have the opportunity to view the list of all performed transactions with money on your account, see the addresser or addressee of the payment, day, month, and year of validity, and also sort transactions by status (completed / not completed), type (received/requested) and date (today / last week).
If you want to learn more about the operation, you will see the type, status, and code of the operation. Here you can also see the number of funds available on your PayPal account with the available balance and withdraw money to your bank account (if, of course, it is linked to your PayPal account).
The category "Transfers" gives us the opportunity to either transfer funds to another account, indicating the amount and purpose of the payment or request them from a specific account.
Features and Usability
To start a session together with the PayPal payment system, you will need to first either log into the system under your account by specifying the registered mailbox and password in the system.
If you are a new user and generally for the first time hear about such a phenomenon as “PayPal " – register a new account. You can find out about the specifics of registering and using an account in different countries on the official website "PayPal".
The company monitors every transaction in real-time around the clock to combat fraud, credential theft, or any other suspicious activity – when you pay with PayPal, as well as when you send payments for goods through the site.
To take advantage of the Buyer Protection Program, your account must be free of debts, and a dispute over the item must be opened within 180 calendar days of the transfer of funds. Restrictions apply.
For the Users of PayPal
Stripe is a great alternative to PayPal and will allow you to accept payments from 25 different countries. Besides, all payments are optimized for mobile devices. You will be able to receive payments in 100 different currencies, thanks to which your goods or services can be purchased by users from around the world.
Dwolla is another payment service similar to PayPal, but the fees are still lower. Dwolla users can pay directly to you, moreover, they only need to provide their phone number or email address, which greatly reduces the risk of identity theft. The best feature of Dwolla is the really low fees.