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PayPal and MallforAfrica to provide Kenyan shoppers online payment option

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MallforAfrica (MFA) is teaming up with PayPal through internet and mobile, to make online shopping from key markets outside of Kenya as easy as possible. The two companies are offering consumers a $10 USD discount on their first order when paying with PayPal on the MallforAfrica platform, with the code PayPal10*

“We know how important security and trust are for our customers when deciding to shop online. By offering customers payment options that are secure, we can reassure buyers and encourage online shopping” says Efi Dahan, Regional Director for Africa and Israel at PayPal.

PayPal offers a more secure way to make payments online thus helping protect people’s hard-earned income from potential danger.

“This collaboration is key to unlocking the global marketplace for Kenyan consumers” says Dahan.

MallforAfrica shoppers can purchase a wide variety of products ranging from clothing to jewelry to electronics from the best retailers in the world such as Macy’s, Bebe, Carter’s, Juicy Couture and Zappos.

“We are thrilled to collaborate with PayPal, one of the world’s most popular online payment solutions,” says Chris Folayan, CEO and founder of MallforAfrica.

“We pride ourselves in offering a seamless experience for both our customers and retail partners and couldn’t be happier with adding PayPal as a payment option.”

“The cooperation with MFA is a great win as this further entrenches us in the key markets in Africa such as Kenya. Our aim to provide the best and more secure way of paying and receiving money online and we are proud of this association,” says Dahan.

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