HOW TO CREATE NIGERIAN PAYPAL THAT RECEIVE AND SEND PAYMENTS


Paypal is currently the most widely accepted digital payment service provider. You'd find it difficult as an internet marketer, blogger, web designer, affiliate marketer, etc to receive payments online if you do not have a PayPal account.
We all know Nigerians constitute 1/4th of affiliate marketers and digital service providers in Africa, all thanks to our massive population of over 198 million. But the sad news here is PayPal do not allow Nigerian account holders to send or receive PayPal payments( That one na PayPal account? Lol). But aren't you surprised that Nigerians are still receiving their payments online via PayPal and are doing their legit transactions? Yes, I know you are surprised, I am going to reach you how to go about creating your own PayPal account that works from Nigeria, no VPN needed.
Just follow the process I am about to show you below;

Go to https://www.paypal.com/ls/webapps/mpp/merchant When you do that, this is what the page you will see will look like below.

When on this page, you are to choose business. Because we are opening a business account and that is the account that has the full paypal feature we need. click on Signup, then select business account on the next page as shown below and then click continue when done.

When that is done you will be taken to the next page where you are to provide your email as shown in the image below. It’s best if you open a fresh verified Gmail for this purpose. Eneter your email there and click on continue… Please it’s advisable you use a Gmail account or a custom email if you have one, avoid yahoo mail at all cost. When you enter the email , click on next and you will be taken to the next page



On the next page you are to enter your personal informations, your business informations.. Don’t worry about the business information, but make sure you are using your real name as it is on your documents.

Now, in the email field, we enter the email we want to use to open the paypal account and then enter and reenter the desired password.

On the business information area, where asked for legal names enter your original first name and last name there. For business name you can put any business name you want to use there, it doesn’t matter whether registered or not. in my case I put a name I want but having a regisgtered business name is an added advantage.

Where asked for telephone number, click the dropdown option from Lesotho and change it to Nigeria. which is 234 and enter your mobile number there omitting the very first zero that start the number. For instance instead of 08045, use 8045.and then you enter your address as it is on your bank statement
And the next is to select the currency you want the PayPal to use, in this case select USD and tick I AGREE AND CONTINE and click Agree and Continue.
When you do this you will be taken to the next page which is the tell us about your business page, where you will be required to tell them what type of business. Just select individual and then select anything as category and subcategory here and proceed you can omit the url option and leave blank
And then click on continue and you will be taken to account holder information page where you are required to provide an identification document for verification. Put in Nigeria as your nationality, select the document you wish to use and enter the corresponding details there, in my case I am using an international passport so I will select that from the dropdown and provide the passport number and my original date of birth as it is on the passport.
So next is to submit it by clicking submits as shown above. When you do that you will get to a page as shown below asking you to confirm your email address to activate your account and setup your payment.
The two notifications will ask you to confirm your email address as well as link and confirm your credit card
NOTES/WARNINGS:
a. You cannot and should not use your names or names combination that have been used on currently limited/restricted or banned PayPal account(s). You can even open one in the names [confirmed not having currently limited/restricted or banned account(s)] of someone close to you with his/her consent. We should also be notified if the “names” has active functional PayPal account(s) for evaluation so as to conform with their policy surrounding an individual not having more than two(2) PayPal accounts (one personal and one premier or business type).
b. The said names must have government issued valid ID card like drivers license or international passport even if it is that issued in Nigeria.

Easy Guide on How to start Bitcoin business in Nigeria?


In our day and age, cryptocurrencies are slowly but surely winning over the hearts and wallets of the people. One of the original cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, seems to be one of the most popular and expensive ones at the moment. If you want to find out how to make money with Bitcoin, then check out this article. Before you can even start thinking about starting a Bitcoin business, you need get yourself a Bitcoin wallet.

As Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency, you cannot store it in your actual wallet or even in a bank account (that is, without converting it into another currency). Therefore, snag yourself a Bitcoin wallet at coinbase.com or at localbitcoins.net. Here are all the ways you can start a Bitcoin business in Nigeria. Bitcoin mining Probably the easiest way of starting a Bitcoin business in Nigeria is to mine it yourself. As long as you can mine Bitcoins, you can then sell them to any eager buyer out there. And they do not even have to be in Nigeria! You can mine your Bitcoins and then find a buyer online via localbitcoins.com or a similar service.

However, as Bitcoin has grown in popularity in the past few years, Bitcoin mining is no small feat. If you want to earn and not buy Bitcoin in Nigeria, you are going to need either a very powerful computer or a special machine made just for mining Bitcoins. Neither of those things are cheap. That said, if you want to start your own Bitcoin business, you should be ready to invest a lot of money and expect a loss in the process at least once in the business. After all, the world of cryptocurrencies is not for the meek. Bitcoin trading READ ALSO: How to make money with Bitcoin in Nigeria Another way you can make a fortune with the help of Bitcoins is Bitcoin trading. For this, you need to be well versed in the market tendencies (and be a little bit of a clairvoyant, really). You can buy Bitcoin when it's price drops and then resell it when it's price rises. Just like any other business, this is not a risk-free option. You might not be able to predict the price fluctuations well enough to make a profit everytime.

To add to that, you would need to have a starting capital to get into it. But if you do get into it and do it right, you can become rich very fast. If you want to buy and sell Bitcoins, you can visit luno.live, remitano.com or nairaex.com to trade your naira for Bitcoins and vice versa. If you want to trade in a different currency, you can use the aforementioned localbitcoins.com or other similarly trustworthy sites. Bitcoin lending As Bitcoin is a currency, you can use it for the same things as any other regular currency.
For instance, you can lend it out! For this, you just need to open an account in an online bank and deposit your Bitcoins so that the bank can lend them to other people. Bitcoin investment If you have plenty of money to spare and do not want to bother with anything too complicated, you can always just invest in Bitcoins. Taking into account how much it has grown over the years, there is a fair chance you might wake up a millionaire one day! Just think about it, one Bitcoin used to cost ₦85 thousand back in 2015. Today, it costs almost ₦5 million. Imagine how much richer you would have been if you invested in it two years ago. Taking into account that all Bitcoins are going to be mined soon, their price will most likely rise, so get them while they are hot!
That said, do not, we repeat, do not invest your last money in Bitcoin. Invest only the amount you are ready to part with. View it as a possible opportunity and not as a definite source of income. With this kind of mindset, no fluctuations in the Bitcoin price will bother you too much. Other ways of earning money that involve Bitcoins If none of the aforementioned options sounds good to you, there are a few more things you can try out. If you want to get some Bitcoins, you do not necessarily need to start a whole business. You can just try out the following options if business is not really your thing.


You can try using your skills to earn Bitcoin. If you have any useful skills to offer to the people on the Internet, you can choose to get paid in Bitcoin instead of regular currency. For instance, you can go to Freelancer.com or Upwork.com and choose Bitcoin as your preferred method of payment. You can also try some websites created specifically with Bitcoin in mind, such as Bitgigs.com or Jobs4bitcoins.com.


If you feel like you do not have any relevant skills to offer and you cannot afford to buy Bitcoin, do not despair. There is an option for you too. For this, all you need is Internet and plenty of free time. You can go to such websites as coinworker.com or coinad.com and earn Bitcoins just by watching ads, taking surveys or clicking links. Of course, it does not pay all that well, but you have to start somewhere, right? Good luck in your business ventures! Read more: https://www.legit.ng/1145453-how-start-bitcoin-business-nigeria.html

A Quick Look At Huawei Android Q Based EMUI 10


There’s a couple of Huawei devices getting Android Q if the current crisis with the US ends including the Mate 20, P30 series, Honor View 20 and Honor Magic 2 but that future is uncertain.The early build of EMUI 10 has been confirmed to be based off of Android Q. XDA-Developers tested it on a P30 Pro to check if it’s real.

Changes are minimal as it’s an early build.A couple of changes look similar to EMUI 9.1 including the launcher, status bar, Quick Settings, notifications, and Settings.Android Q permission controls are present too.The camera UI has also been tweaked.Dark Mode is also present.


Some users who have downloaded the early build of EMUI 10 and are saying it’s much faster than the EMUI 9.1 early build. It’s also working perfectly fine with no major issues.Fingers twisted that Huawei and the US government resolve this issue – Google is already in talks while Donald Trump said that he might easen up restrictions on Huawei if takks with China advance.The company is also working on it’s own OS – HongMeng/Ark OS that it has tested with it’s own devices plus devices from VIVO, OPPO, Xiaomi and Tencent. The tests reportedly say that the OS is perfroms relatively 60% faster than Android.

3 Easy Ways to Improve your Creditworthiness


Welcome to Tech My Money, a series that provides a real-life look into some practical tips you can use tech to make the most of your finances. Each installment dives into a financial concept that directly informs your money moves, and how to apply them using your smartphone.

Perhaps you may have come across the term “creditworthiness” when researching about loans. Creditworthiness is how a lender determines how worthy you are to receive a loan and what loan amount you are eligible for. It plays a major role when you need a loan application approved.

There isn’t an all-inclusive metric of being creditworthy — your likelihood of getting a loan approval also depends on a specific lender and the financial product. Your creditworthiness could even depend on when you apply, as creditors may sometimes loosen or restrict their requirements. Knowing what information lenders consider assists you in figuring out how to improve your chances of getting approved for a loan with favorable terms and helps you develop the habits you need to strengthen your overarching financial health.

Whether you have good credit, bad credit or need to start to build your loan history, everyone can benefit from developing some practical responsible financial habits. The journey to an excellent credit score is an intentional and tactical one. These three responsible financial habits can go a long way toward boosting your credit health.

Pay your debts on time, and if you can, earlier
Making on-time payments on all your loan accounts will help you maintain a good relationship with your lenders. Lenders care about the likelihood that you’ll pay back your debts.Doing so on time, every time establishes that you are trustworthy and should advance your overall creditworthiness. Making on-time payments on all your accounts including airtime advance services like Okoa Jahazi and mobile loans. If you have trouble keeping track of your bills, consider setting up automatic payments or payment reminders.

Check your credit report to see where you stand
If you have borrowed a loan before, you can access your credit report from a Credit Reference Bureau. In Kenya, we have three CRBs: Metropol, TransUnion & Creditinfo. It is good to check your credit report with all three agencies, in case one might be giving different information to lenders. If you spot any mistakes, contact the relevant agency as soon as possible and ask for them to be corrected. Checking your credit report can help you rebuild, maintain good credit and even observe any fraudulent behavior that may happen on your account.

Here’s how you can get your credit report from your phone:
credit report transunion
Build a positive bill-payment pattern
It is important to know that your credit report does not include information about your payment of utility bills, for example, electricity bills or water bills. However,  it is essential to pay these bills when they are due, or if you can, earlier. If you do not make payment on these services, some debt collectors may refer your debt to a credit reference bureau – asking them to record the default on your credit report.

As mentioned earlier, there isn’t an all-inclusive metric of being creditworthy. Your loan approval odds depend on the specific lender and the financial service they offer. However, knowing what information creditors consider could help you figure out how to improve your chances of getting approved for a new loan with favorable terms. Plus, it’s always important to build your financial knowledge and take control of your own financial health!

Here Is The Maximum Loan Amount You Can Get From Paylater


Paylater users can now obtain loans of up to N500,000

Get a loan from your phone, anytime within minutes
Paylater makes access to credit easy. No guarantors, no collateral, no wahala. You can apply 24/7 and receive funds in your account in as little as 5 minutes. Unlock higher loan amounts and lower interest rates by repaying on time.


Paylater Plus is the biggest addition to Paylater v2 and is available  to salary earners. These group of people can now access Paylater Plus loans of up to N500,000. They would also be required to provide supporting documents to back up their claims of employment. So a regular short term loan, in essence.

The new version also comes with an app redesign, different levels of loyalty badges, a referral system that helps users earn points when they refer other users to the app. Users can now access larger loans with lower interest rates, increased repayment periods, and in-app support with online chat.

The maximum loan request amount has been increased to N100,000 for recurring users, and loan repayment period on amounts over N20,000 have been increased to up to 90 days.  Interest rates have also being reduced interest to 4-10%, with the rates depending on your loyalty level.


When Paylater first launched earlier this year, first-time users could only borrow up to N10,000 at an interest rate of 1% per day, and loan repayment period for all users lasted between 15 to 30 days. Recurring users were offered a 0.5% interest rate with maximum loan request amount at N30,000.


Commercial banks are one of the many institutions that offer short term loans, but they would require the some paperwork, and will range from 3 months to a year in repayment time. The interest rates on this type of loans will vary with different banks.

ACCESS YOUR FIRST LOAN HERE ON PAYLATER

Must Have Productivity Apps for April


New Month. New Week. If you’re planning to be more efficient and productive for the remaining part of the year, here are some new productivity apps, extensions and hacks and tips we have included to help you accomplish that goal.

These productivity apps are multiplatform meaning some support your Android phone, iPhone, Ipad, Pc, Mac and will work on the web too.

Noto
This is an iOS reminder app that lets you email notes to yourself. The notes could be map locations, tweets or just links.


Woven
Woven is a calendar event scheduling app for iOS, Mac, Windows and the web that lets you sync your work times with your friends if they have the same app. If they don’t, the app sends invite links and suggests times that work for everyone by checking when you and them are both free.

Microsoft’s Your Phone app
Microsoft’s Your Phone app does exactly that – it’s your phone on your Windows PC that lets you send and reply to texts among other things instead of grabbing your phone every time you need to respond or check something on your phone. In the near future, you’ll be able to do more than that including interacting with other apps on your phone.

Boomerang
Boomerang is an email add-on for Gmail, Outlook and as an app on your phone that pauses your inbox and lets you receive emails at a scheduled time when you’re free to act on them. This app lets you focus on more important things rather than checking your inbox for new emails.

Daywise
Daywise is a notification app that schedules and bundles up your notifications for the appropriate times. We reviewed it here.

Spark
Spark is a new email app from Readdle. The app comes with features such as smart notifications and you also get to sort your mail by categories like personal, work and newsletters. It’s available for iOS, Mac and now Android.

Spike
Spike is another email app but in a messaging layout and you get your emails in chat bubbles. There’s even emojis and read receipts. It’s in all platforms Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and on the web. Spike is among the best Gmail alternatives.

Leave Me Alone
Leave Me Alone unsubscribes you from junk emails. The free version scans the past three days of emails for possible spam and upgrading to its one-time fee lets you scan back further. After identifying junk mail, you unsubscribe from their mailing lists – all with one click.

Remove.bg
Remove.bg uses machine learning to remove backgrounds on your photos and extracts the foreground image automatically for sharing on social media. It’s free for basic edits but there are pricing options for high definition edits.

CircleUp
CircleUp is an app that reminds on follow-ups for things like meetings you’ve scheduled. The paid service scans your calendar to see if you’ve scheduled meetings you might have forgotten about and then emails you with a reminder. The service also generates a thank you note to send.

Action Dash
On Apple’s iOS 12 and Android Pie’s Digital Wellbeing feature, there are tools to limit app usage and manage your screen time. Action Dash is an alternative app if you’re still on Android 8 Oreo that does the same thing but even better with powerful customisations and a deeper experience with enhanced insights.

Squoosh
Squoosh is an app powered by Google’s compression algorithms. You choose an image and play around with the sliders to compress the image to your preference, you get to know the size of the final image and also get a side by side comparison with the original photo.

Krisp

If you work from home a lot and have kids around or in place with a lot of background noise, Krisp removes such distracting sounds during conference calls for more than 150 calling apps such as Skype and Slack. It works by cancelling noise on your computer and applies to the caller or recipient.

Conclusion
That’s it for now. We’ll keep updating this article with the latest resources. Or read this one from early this year. Have yourself a productive month.

Huawei Shipped 59 Million Phones, Installed 70,000 5G Base Stations in Q1 2019


While it is not clear whether Huawei’s bad press that is rallied by the U.S. is substantiated or uncalled for, the Chinese technology equipment and mobile phone manufacturer has been doing very good in other markets if its recent earnings are anything to go by. The corporation, which has been banned from the U.S. market and some of the North American country’s allies from selling its phones or telecoms equipment (the phones do not sell in the U.S. officially, although Americans can purchase them from retailers or import them) has managed to make a name for itself by taking advantage of other markets, bearing in mind that the company has also laid groundwork for the deployment of 5G more than its rivals.

According to its financial report, Huawei’s first-quarter sales grew 39 percent from the preceding year to $27 billion. its net profit margin was about 8 percent, a higher value than it registered the year before.
The next wave of telecoms technologies and competition will be based on how fast carriers will launch 5G, and Huawei appears to be ahead of the curve. It has since been rumoured that its technologies are allegedly equipped with spyware and stolen technology, although other markets are skeptical of the negative coverage that is seen as a smear campaign. Huawei’s founder defended the company during the MWC 2019 after citing that some of its innovations are unique to the corporation, hence its upper hand in the 5G business.

At the end of March 2019, Huawei reported having shipped more than 70,000 5G base stations across the globe. It has also signed more than 40 commercial contracts with mobile phone operators.

During the first quarter, Huawei shipped 59 million smartphones. The numbers are projected to grow further, and profits will be pegged on its P30 series of phones that are ahead of the competition in terms of camera capabilities.

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