PayPal hits the mall
EBay's baby takes on Google, AmEx and Apple at cash registers across the country.
"If PayPal executes as planned, they will eventually dwarf American Express," said Philliou
Utterly delusional, or a paid eBay shill ...
"EBay's baby takes on Google, AmEx and Apple at cash registers across the country."
You are joking, of course ... LOL
The ugly reality for consumers, particularly smaller payees, dealing with the clunky, unscrupulous PayPal ...
I use Paypal on Ebay and I use it when it's offered at ma-pa shops I find on the Internet since my purchase is guaranteed through PayPal. For example, I wanted a couple hundred stainless steel wood screws to build raised garden beds in my yard and found them really cheap even with shipping at some farm supply store in Idaho. They took PayPal so I didn't hesitate to make the purchase through it.
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