An inexplicable "beef" is finally squashed

PayPal’s Long-Standing “Beef” With Africa And The Flutterwave Affair

By  |  March 22, 2021

PayPal. It’s probably the largest and most powerful online payments company out there. But apparently, there are a number of things that constantly give PayPal the jitters. And for the longest time, Africans residing in Africa have been one of those things.

To put it simply, PayPal has advertently or inadvertently neglected (and borderline marginalised) people and businesses in Africa for such a long time. Perhaps until now.

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