Ab Mitte November vergibt Paypal Kredite an Unternehmen. Ein Mausklick genügt und innert wenigen Minuten werden Beträge von bis zu 25’000 US Dollar gutgeschrieben. Dabei kommt es natürlich darauf an, wie PayPal die Unternehmen selber bewertet und wie hoch die Umsätze der Antragsstelenden Firmen sind.
Die Hürden sind allerdings nicht allzu gross. Man braucht ledigiglich ein Unternehmensaccount bei PayPal welcher älter als 3 Monate ist. Der interessante Punkt dabei: Die Entscheidungsfindung ob der Kunde den Kredit erhält läuft automatisiert ab.
In den USA lüft das Programm schon seit 2013 unter dem Namen

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