PayPal charges

Ramp has processed transactions for PayPal.

You might see PayPal listed on your credit card statement as:
Why trust Ramp?
Ramp is a spend management platform used by over 25,000 businesses for easy-to-use cards, spend limits, approval flows, vendor payments, and more. Ramp has merchant data on over 1 million unique acceptors, over 8x more than other credit card charge databases. Merchant charges aren’t always recognizable on card statements, and Ramp’s exhaustive dataset is the most reliable way to better understand where and why charges are appearing on your statements.

PayPal could appear on your statement as:

What is PayPal?

PayPal is a highly innovative and user-centric online payment processing company that was founded in December 1998. The company is headquartered in San Jose, California, and operates in over 200 countries worldwide. PayPal has transformed the way we send and receive money online by providing a secure, fast, and convenient platform for consumers and businesses to transact with ease. The company's technology has made it an essential service for millions of people and companies. PayPal is dedicated to providing its customers with the best payment solutions, including a world-class customer support team.

Here are the top 5 products and services that PayPal provides for customers:

  1. Online Payments: PayPal provides a simple, fast, and secure way to pay for goods, services, and subscriptions online.
  2. Funds Withdrawal: PayPal allows users to transfer funds from their PayPal account to their bank account or credit card with ease.
  3. PayPal Credit: PayPal offers a credit line to customers that can be used to pay for purchases over time.
  4. Business Payments: PayPal is an excellent payment solution for small businesses, allowing merchants to accept payments online using credit/debit cards, PayPal, and other payment methods.
  5. Seller Protection: PayPal offers extensive seller protection, including fraud protection and dispute resolution processes, to ensure that all transactions are secure.
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Audrey Carroll
Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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