May 11, 2007 | 10:32AM a SGT
We are pleased to announce that PayPal has expanded again! Now, more languages and markets are available when you buy and sell using PayPal as your online payment method.
PayPal.com has added 3 new languages – including simplified Chinese, Spanish and French. The addition of these new languages will provide Chinese, Spanish, and French speaking community members with the ability to pay for items safely, easily and conveniently in the language of their choice.
Customers using an Internet browser in any of these three languages will be able to choose to view PayPal.com in one of these languages when they first visit PayPal.com. Check out the new feature here
Additionally, we are pleased to announce the launch of PayPal in 87 new countries and regions – bringing you even more access to international buyers. Residents in the new markets can now sign up and use PayPal to send money online locally or globally. For a comprehensive list of the new countries, click here.
PayPal’s international presence is now in a total of 190 markets and 17 currencies to help you to trade more efficiently and securely around the world or in your own neighborhood.
Stay tuned for further buyer and seller developments in the coming months!
The PayPal Team
Founded in 1998, PayPal, an eBay company, enables any individual or business with an email address to send and receive payments online securely and easily using a bank account, credit card or stored balance. Because PayPal allows customers to shop online without sharing their financial information with merchants, privacy is built into the service. PayPal has more than 143 million accounts and is available to users in 190 markets around the world. More information about the company can be found at https://www.paypal.com.
Consumer advisory: The PayPal™ payment service is regarded as a stored value facility under Singapore law. PayPal Pte. Ltd., the Holder of the PayPal™ stored value facility, does not require the approval of the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Consumers (users) are advised to read the terms and conditions of use carefully.