PayPal - the great improvement! from terrywebbs's blog

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I have used Paypal for many years and I must admit it does have it's quirky annoyances, the search needs some improvements and navigation can be tiresome at times.


However more and more online companies are now joining the revolution with the PayPal payment option.

You can do so much more with this option - as a merchant they do charge you a fee but you can offset this against your product or service costs.

Overall from a customer point of view it is the best option.


Customers do not need to register or enter any information into a website to buy stuff.

Once you get to the PayPal screen you can change your address or add another delivery address.

All your details are then passed back to the merchant and you didn't do anything other than login to PayPal.

Such a more convenient way to shop online, it's safe, secure and guaranteed for both seller and buyer.


I know not every body likes new technology and are all wary of scams but overall your got to admit PayPal is better than finding your credit card

then having to type in all that rubbish in then your address details only to find your address is not recognised.


I recently upgraded my standard PayPal personal account to business and now reap the rewards

Personal and Business accounts are still both FREE - you just pay a small fee to sell stuff

They both now carry the same rates/fees with business being slightly cheaper the more you sell.


Business accounts have added features for those that sell stuff you get subscription options, invoice features and some.

If you have a personal account and sell on eBay or are looking to set a payment option on a website it is best to upgrade to Business for FREE.

You get so much more at no extra cost, you have more to gain going Business.

You can even continue to buy stuff with PayPal in the same way as you did before.


You can always downgrade if you don't like the features or the interface.


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