PayPal will make it easier to claw money from debtors. Send a link, and the recipient can return the money.
It should be easier to get scratched money into, if it was up to PayPal. Selsskabet has just launched a new service that makes it possible to post a link to those who owe money. The money can then be transferred directly to your PayPal account.
The new service is called our site and goes short and good on that each user can create a unique link that refers to their account.
The unique link is called, for example: our site/VonAnd and sent it to a friend who owes money for the taxi ride home from the city, the via PayPal will be asked to transfer money.
It is also possible to add an amount to the link: our site/VonAnd/25 whereby the recipient requested 25 crowns.
Our site seems so far in the following countries: United States, England, Germany, Australia, Canada, Russia, Turkey, France, Italy, Spain, Poland, Sweden, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria and Switzerland.
In order to use our site, however, it is a prerequisite that both parties have a PayPal account, and those who want to request cash has created a link via our site.
MobilePay has a similar service, where users can request money from other users. The advantage of our site is that the service can be used across many different countries.