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List of Nigerian Bank Cards that Accept PayPal

PayPal is an American multinational financial technology company operating an online payments system in the majority of countries that support online money transfers, and serves as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods such as checks and money orders.

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Lists of Nigerian Bank Cards that accept PayPal. Was your Card rejected when trying to create a PayPal account? Let’s discuss.
Ever Since PayPal has officially announced Nigeria Among the lists of Countries that work and applicable to use PayPal, One of the major issue that Nigerians do faces is the fact that most Nigerian Banks Cards don’t work with PayPal.

Every day on Forums and Social Medias Creating a working PayPal with Nigeria bank cards becomes the talk of the day.

Have you ever tried creating a UAE PayPal account in Nigeria or any other country and Your Cards was rejected? From our research and findings, we’ve been able to gather some lists of Nigerian Bank Cards that works with PayPal (ATM), perhaps to help you know if your cards are supported or not.
Mind You, there are so many Banks in Nigeria and there’s no way we can possibly try all the Nigerian Bank Cards that works with PayPal. Our list here is only recommending the ones that most of our clients have used and confirmed to be 100% working.

In that case, if Your bank isn’t on our list, it doesn’t mean your card isn’t supported. it simply means non of our clients has used it before. You can actually try to see if it works or not. If it does work, you can share your bank with us in the comment section and it will be added to our list as well.

List Of Nigerian Bank Cards that Accept PayPal

Here are some tested and confirmed lists of Nigerian Bank Cards that works and accept PayPal.

• Diamond bank Visa ATM Card.
Since 2014 , Diamond Bank Card has been listed among the Nigerian Bank Cards that works with PayPal.

• Access Bank ATM
Access bank card is also among the lists of Nigerian Bank Cards that works with PayPal. Many of our clients have tried it and it’s working fine

• GT Bank  Naira Master Card
Personally, I’ve been using this Card for all of my Online transactions and I also use it to create PayPal for myself and for all of our clients.
I’ve created and Verified over 200 PayPal accounts with this GTB card so I can say it’s working 100% fine not only for PayPal but for all online transactions.

• First Bank Card
We have also confirmed from lots of folks who have been able to use this bank card to verify their PayPal account in Nigeria. This was even mentioned on the official website here

• WEMA Bank Card
We haven’t tried this actually but I got replies from more than 20 of my Facebook friends who confirmed to have used it to verify their PayPal account.
Did you have a Wema Bank master or Debit Card? you can try it now am sure you won’t be exempt.

• FCM Bank Card
Sure this one has worked for me. I used it to verify about five PayPal accounts when I had issues with my GTB card.
FCM Bank cards also work perfectly in verifying PayPal accounts in Nigeria.

• UBA Master Card
This has been working for our clients over the years. I have many friends online who are using UBA Master Card verified PayPal account.
Yusuf Also Commented on one of our article regarding PayPal Nigeria and GTB MasterCard how he used his UBA Master Card to successfully verify his PayPal account.

How to Add Your Bank Card to Your Paypal Account.

Having read through the above lists of Nigerian Bank Cards that works with PayPal and Having Created a PayPal account, the next thing is to add your Card for verification to make sure you’re the rightful owner of the account.

• Login to your Newly Created account and you will see the area that says Add Card

• Click on it and a new page will show up where you can add your card details and select your Card Type.

• Having filled in your card details correctly, select Link Card.

• Now Paypal Will deduct $1.95USD from your bank. This is just to confirm you’re the owner of the account. This money will be refunded back to your account in 24hrs time.

• Having deducted the Above amount, Your bank will send your message with a verification code to verify your PayPal.
Copy the highlighted 4 digit numbers sent along with your message. as shown below.
>The Naira equivalent of USD1.95 has been authorized for the transaction done on PP*0123CODE 0123456789FF

• Now login to your Paypal account and click on Confirm my debit or credit card“.

• Enter your 4digit certification code and click on the option to Confirm Card

• Now close the Windows and go back to your Paypal account dashboard and you will see your account status changed to verified.

Naira Master Cards has been working fine for all of the above-listed banks, but in case you have issues with your Naira Master Card and not been able to verify your account, you can reach your bank for USD master card which is even the best option and it’s also working fine for all Nigerian Bank that can provide USD card.

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