How can I subscribe to Mergo?

Note: Mergo uses PayPal as its payment gateway. This means that Mergo does not have access to your Credit Card or Banking information - Learn more.

Mergo currently uses Paypal as its only payment gateway so anyone can use their  Credit / Debit cards or  PayPal account. In this article, we will share with you three different ways you can subscribe to Mergo and help you choose which option is best for your needs. 

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Recurring Subscription

Choose this option if you want to have a recurring (monthly or yearly) subscription.

1

Select your preferred Mergo subscription plan > click Subscribe.

Info: Alternatively, you can subscribe directly from the Mergo UI. To do this, open Mergo > More actions > Manage subscription > click the TRY NOW button.

2

Choose whether to use your PayPal account or Credit Card. 

2a. Connect to your (A)  PayPal account > click Next
Then follow the subscription process until the purchase is made. 



2b
. Or select (B) Checkout as guest (if you don't have a PayPal account). 

You'll be prompted to enter your  credit card / debit card information. 
Then follow the subscription process until the purchase is made.

Info: Please check PayPal's Availability by Country at the end of this page. 


Manual Renewal

Choose this option if you want to avail a one-time-only payment (manual renewal) for your Mergo subscription plan. With this option, there will be no automatic renewal (monthly or yearly) - meaning, no cancelation is needed

1

Visit our Manual Renewal subscription page.

2

Choose whether to use your PayPal account or Credit Card. 

2a. Connect to your (A)  PayPal account > click Next
Then follow the subscription process until the purchase is made.



2b
. Or select (B) Checkout as guest (if you don't have a PayPal account). 

You'll be prompted to enter your  credit card / debit card information. 
Then follow the subscription process until the purchase is made. 

Info: Please check PayPal's Availability by Country at the end of this page. 

Note: At the end of your one-time-only subscription period (monthly or yearly), we will send you an email inviting you to subscribe again (for the succeeding month/year) to continue using Mergo.

  • Click the subscription link in the email if you want to subscribe again, or
  • Disregard the email to discontinue the service. 
    * When you discontinue your Mergo subscription, you will only have the limited Free plan giving you 30 emails per campaign, per day. 

Paypal.Me

Choose this option if you're not able to subscribe using our Recurring Subscription or Manual Renewal methods discussed above. 

1

Visit our Mergo subscription page to choose the right plan for your needs (and to copy the amount of your subscription choice).

2

Go to our PayPal.Me page. > click Send.

3

Enter/paste the amount that you copied in Step 1 (A). 
> Select USD from the currency dropdown menu (B). 
> Fill out the Notes section (C):

Note: Indicate these in the Notes section (C):

  • Specific Mergo subscription plan chosen 
  • Your registered complete name 
  • What email address will be used for the Mergo subscription

> Click Continue (D).

Then follow the subscription process until the purchase is made. 

4

Once the subscription is paid, please email us at support@mergo.app so we can verify, then activate your subscription. 

Info: Please check PayPal's Availability by Country at the end of this page. 


PayPal Availability by Country

PayPal is available in 200+ countries and regions. You can use PayPal to send payments securely to Mergo (via ScriptIt, the firm behind Mergo). 

The PayPal Worldwide Offerings page tells you if PayPal is available in your country. 

Note: PayPal is currently not available in these countries/regions: 

Afghanistan Iran Paraguay
Bangladesh Iraq Saint Lucia
Cameroon Lebanon South Sudan
Central African Republic Liberia Sudan
Cote D'Ivoire Libya Syria
North Korea Monaco Timor-Leste
Equatorial Guinea Moldova Turkey
Gabon Montenegro Uzbekistan
Ghana Myanmar
Zimbabwe
Haiti
Pakistan

ℹī¸ Mergo uses PayPal as its only payment gateway.