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Funding PayPal with Cash at the Corner Store

PayPal Senior Manager of Consumer Financial Services Erik Dunn published the following post on the PayPal corporate blog:

Over a year ago, PayPal Cash powered by Green Dot, an innovative and convenient way for consumers to add cash securely to their PayPal account, launched in the U.S. at select retail locations. Today, we’re excited to announce that consumers can now use PayPal Cash at 8,000 7-Eleven stores in the U.S. PayPal Cash provides yet another way for consumers to easily add money their PayPal account, so they can shop online or on a mobile device at millions of merchants this holiday season.

Consumers in the U.S. will now be able to visit 28,000 retail and convenient store locations, including 7-Eleven, CVS and Rite Aid. 7-Eleven is the first convenience store location offering PayPal Cash.

To further help consumers with their holiday shopping this year, PayPal and Green Dot are offering a $1 PayPal account credit to the first 50,000 shoppers who use the PayPal Cash service between December 16-31, 2016. Learn more about PayPal Cash at PayPal.com/ppcash.

Service fee of $3.95 and limits apply, see the post for details and restrictions.

Source: PayPal Blog Post

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