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PayPal to reward most loyal customers

17 July 2014  |  2899 views  |  0 Source: PayPal

Our team is always looking for ways to improve the payments experience, bring value to our customers everyday, and expose people to new ways to get what they want with PayPal. It's with this in mind that we created PayPal Select for the loyal customers who use PayPal the most.

PayPal Select, launching this week in the US, is a program designed to reward our most active and enthusiastic customers who use PayPal online, in store, or on mobile devices. Qualifying customers will receive access to our best offers from leading online retailers as well as dibs to be first in line for the amazing PayPal Customer Service team when they have questions. We will share more details on additional benefits over time as the program grows and matures, but for now, people can find more at www.paypal.com/select

Customers who are eligible for PayPal Select will receive an email from us welcoming them to the program, or an invite via their next transaction notification (depending on how the individual has chosen to receive notifications from PayPal). Once enrolled, PayPal Select status is good for one year and subject to renewal on an annual basis.

We hope the people who use PayPal the most recognize this is just a little way to say thank you for your support, loyalty and feedback over the years. Please let us know what you think of PayPal Select and be sure to take advantage of all of those great offers coming your way! Happy shopping. To learn more you can go to www.paypal.com/select.

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