PayPal officially launches Pay After Delivery in the US, letting you delay payments up to 14 days

ayPal today officially launched a Pay After Delivery service, which gives you an extra 14 days to receive an item before your payment is debited.

Previously, PayPal had tested Pay After Delivery with a small pilot in the UK and Europe. The service is now generally available in the US. Pay After Delivery is free, but you’ll need to have a verified account, since it’s basically a short-term line of credit.

The company launched the service from the Money2020 conference in Las Vegas. PayPal also announced a partnership with Tillster, which will see it provide mobile payments in an upcoming Burger King app, and an integration with GoDaddy for its online store.


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