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Amazon in Ghana: How to Buy and Ship from Amazon to Ghana

Black Friday is here with us. The world is waiting with excitement. I can wait no more. For many a Ghanaian, Amazon in Ghana is still an unfamiliar marketplace.

A few Ghanaians know of this huge marketplace. And actually know how to maneuver their way through this amazing e-commerce giant.

My intention today is to take you from beginner to pro.

From start to finish.

From prem-prem to kran-kran - on how to order your favourite products from amazon.com in the US to Ghana with no hassle.

NB: Read on - because there are videos here that will take you through the process, step by step.

So you may be asking: Is it possible to ship products from Amazon to Ghana?

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PayPal in Ghana: How to withdraw money from PayPal Ghana

There’s not one day I’ve not received a call on the question: How to withdraw money from a PayPal in Ghana.

Short answer. You can withdraw your PayPal money here in Ghana by:
1. Creating a PayPal Ghana account in any of the PayPal compliant African countries where you can link a card like the UBA Africard for withdrawal.
2. Use Xoom - a PayPal money transfer service as a withdrawal platform. Let your payee send your money through xoom, a PayPal affiliate service.
3. Find someone who needs your PayPal dollars. Send dollars to their account and takes the cedis equivalent here in Ghana.

It's as simple as that.

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PayPal Ghana 2018: The Ultimate Guide to PayPal in Ghana

Is PayPal in Ghana?

Does PayPal work in Ghana?

Will my PayPal Ghana account work in Ghana?

This and many questions I continue to hear Ghanaian's ask almost everyday.

Hence "The Ultimate guide to PayPal Ghana 2018" from my humble self to all who are still struggling.  

My goal here today is not to only help you create a PayPal account in Ghana but your online payments and overall success of your internet/online business. A PayPal Ghana account will be our Case study for this purpose.

Most Ghanaians have tried to ignore PayPal one way or the other. But, truly speaking Mr. PayPal have rather ignored Ghana.

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