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

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

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

Screen Shot 2014-11-03 at 11.54.24 AMPreviously, 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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