How To Create A Verified PayPal Account In Ghana And Any Other African Country

What is PayPal?

PayPal is an online payment system that allows individuals to send and receive money electronically.


Step 1:


i.e ls means Lesotho

(We are using Lesotho (ls) because Ghana is not part of the countries in which PayPal is available).

Step 2:

Click on sign up, then choose the business account, Or simply click on “Get Started”.

Step 3:

Enter a valid email address and password.

( Password must be at least 8 characters one upper case and lower case with numbers or symbols)


Step 4:

Enter your legal name, then change your Business name to your nickname or any name of your choice.

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And leave the box ticked.

Step 4:

Change the country code to Ghana (+233) (or your county’s code if you are not in Ghana).

Now, enter your phone number.

Step 5:

Enter your Address or where you stay or any place you want in the address line 1

Leave Blank if you don’t have any other address.

Now, in the postal code area, type in your postal code (eg: GA-673-5421 or  57829 )

Step 6:

Choose Individual / Sole proprietorship

Then, below, click and search for Professional Services

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You can enter your website’s URL if you have one but if you don’t have one leave it blank.



Step 7:

Then, enter your date of birth

After this, Change country  to Ghana ( or the country you are in)

Now provide a valid Identification but I recommend you use a National ID (or you can enter any random 16 digits )


Then, in-home Address, enter your home Address  Or simply click on the “Same as business address”

Then click “Submit”

Voila !!!!!! You are done with your PayPal account.

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PayPal will send you an email after registering in order to confirm the user.

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