Doing Business With Paypal

Doing Business With Paypal

by Alan Smith
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Doing Business With Paypal by Alan Smith

PayPal is the world’s largest payment processing company, with over 50 million account holders worldwide.
Part of the huge eBay empire since they became a wholly owned subsidiary in October, 2002, PayPal offers what is generally a fast, easy and safe way to both receive and send money online.
Perhaps it should come as no surprise that as a part of the eBay group, over 90% of eBay merchants and traders accept PayPal as their preferred manner of payment. So it is that the company now handles more than £9.5 billion in online monetary transactions every year.
PayPal offers a payment system and method wherein even the smallest business or private individual can send and accept money to and from a huge number of countries worldwide, as long as both parties to the transaction have an email account.
In addition, PayPal is able to offer many of the financial facilities most commonly associated with banks and other similar commercial institutions such as credit cards.
The simple and basic fact is that it is almost impossible to run any kind of successful online business without using the services of PayPal

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014924146
Publisher: Alan Smith
Publication date: 08/04/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 40
File size: 482 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Do not bother with this book. The problem is not necessarily the content -- it is that you cannot read the content. The print is extremely small - a page covers barely 1/3 of the Nook Color's screen area. The page image cannot be enlarged. What can be seen of the text appears to be broken and malformed. I cannot recommend this book until it is completely re-created, preferably by making an ebook file from the original word processor file instead of (apparently) photocopying the printed pages.