Short answer: all hosts allow you to accept Pay Pal -- as this is done via simple codes you can copy and paste into your HTML, though there is varying degrees of support for advanced features. You’ll need a merchant account if you want to accept credit card or debit card payments.
Traditional merchant accounts can be costly both in terms of startup and maintenance.
This is why many businesses impose a minimum purchase amount for credit card users—it's to cover the fees they must pay in order to maintain their merchant accounts with credit card providers.
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We suggest you remove your last filter or reset & start again. Tell us exactly what you are looking for and we’ll do our very best to help. Pay Pal can be integrated into a website using HTML, the Pay Pal button API, and as part of shopping cart software or ecommerce platforms.
Pay Pal allows you to collect payment information to be processed at a later date, provide account access to multiple employees, customize the payment page to match the look and feel of your website, and more.
Available in numerous countries, Pay Pal fees vary according to location and sales volume.
The hosting companies featured on this page gladly allow Pay Pal payments.
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