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Re: eBay Blocks Google Checkout as Payment Option
Posted by: Keith Regan 2006-07-10 15:52:11
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eBay has determined the Google Checkout system, which launched last week after months of speculation, is not an acceptable form of payment for eBay auctions or fixed-price sales. Checkout, which launched amid swirling questions about how a Google payment system would impact eBay's own PayPal, does not appear on a list of acceptable payment methods that eBay updated this week based on a global payments policy developed last year.

PayPal ends before 2012
Posted by: NinaB 2010-07-24 13:53:16 In reply to: Keith Regan
Self-destruction, even though many tried breaking it into pieces, seems like the only outcome for them.

I stopped using PayPal long time ago. It became way too risky no matter what they do to secure their users. And many I know as well. It seems that frauds are always one step ahead.

But Meg, what's paysafecard? Something new?

ebay is headed for self-destruction
Posted by: MegStoney 2010-07-23 13:39:52 In reply to: Keith Regan
Instead of getting better it's getting worse all the way ...
The s**t with the obligatory paypal payment option was the first thing, now this and I'm sure more is to come ...
Instead of adding new features and payment methods so that they INCREASE in quality, they keep restriction options to their own stuff and pissing off users.
How about adding paysafecard for example? One of the best online payment methods there are imo, but surely not to come cause they wouldn't make money from people using that ...
F**k ebay, really.
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