Paypal User Agreement India

You can use a settlement agreement to automatically manage payments to the same or recipients. If you enter into a billing agreement: by opening and using a PayPal account, you agree to comply with all the terms of this user agreement. You also agree to comply with the following additional guidelines and each of the other agreements on the “Legal Agreements” page that apply to you, including: other provisions of this user agreement may lead to an extension of the above deadlines. Notwithstanding the provisions of the previous paragraph, if you use the services PayPal to accept payments for goods and services, you grant PayPal and their related companies a global sub-license, non-exclusive, transferable (multi-level) and free, fully paid, the right to publicly use and view your trademarks for the duration of this user agreement (including, but not limited to, registered and unregistered trademarks, trademarks, service marks, logos, domain names and other denominations that belong to you, belong to or are used by them) to (1) identify you as a merchant who accepts a PayPal service as a payment form and (2) any other use to which you expressly consent. (i) You cannot send these amounts to another PayPal user for purchase or for any other reason. For clarification, the term “PayPal account” does not apply to a bank account PayPal is not a bank in India and the PayPal services offered in India are not value-stored services. PayPal does not have a bank licence under the Banking Regulation Act of 1949 and is not a provider of payment systems under the Payment Systems Act 2007. PayPal not: ID – www.paypal.com/id/webapps/mpp/paypal-seller-fees#Transfer you accept that we can provide you with messages or other information by posting them on the site (s) PayPal (including the publication of information that you only have access to by logging into your account), sending them by email to the email address listed in your account, sending them to your account address, calling you by phone or sending you a “text”/SMS.