Have you ever been stuck when it comes to receiving payment online and you’re required to present your PayPal account for your payment? Upset right? We know the feeling. Get the latest proven information on how to receive payments in Nigeria with Paypal, JUST like we do @Oasdom.com. Follow our EXACT steps and in minutes, you’re done. Yes, 5 minutes!
The cost is now going at a discounted price of 6,500 NAIRA. The course is designed to be completed over 15 munites period (though you'll have the materials to use forever). This price includes a weekly 1-on-1 call with an expert mentor for 6 weeks. It also gets you lifetime access to the private PAYPAL System Members Community.
If you decide to take other courses, you can purchase more courses at a discounted rate.
NOTE: With this paypal solution, PayPal may at some point in time require that you provide some personal details , e.g when you receive about 2,500 to $5,000 into your PayPal accont. This will mean opening another Paypal account, because verification might take a longer time and you'll not be able to receive funds into that PayPal account. So, opening another account is what we recommend.
If you're not satisfied by the course after 1 hour, you can request a full refund. We will ask to see the coursework you've completed to be sure that you've been following along with the program. Learning is a two-way street, after all!
Smart Phone or Computer
A valid Email (Old or New),
Valid Nigeria Identity Card – Either of the 3 — (National ID card, Driver’s License, International Passport) ,
Your Address, I mean the one on the Identity Card you want to use,
Nigeria Naira or Dollar credit Card.
You will be automatically redirected to access the course using the details that you used while paying. (email and password)
You can send your messages to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call to 09031223730
If you're not satisfied by the course after 14 days, you can request a full refund. We will ask to see the coursework you've completed to be sure that you've been following along with the program. Learning is a two-way street, after all!