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Re: Will PayPal's IPO Thrive in a Harsh Market?
Posted by: Keith Regan 2002-02-06 18:16:23
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Unlike scores of Internet companies before it, online payment company PayPal is about
to go public in a realistic market environment. Worse, the company is entering a
market that is watched as closely by lawyers as by investors, where even the slightest
hint of a first-day run-up could raise all kinds of suspicions. Nevertheless, PayPal is
going to pull it off. People will buy PayPal because they still believe the Internet is
going to revolutionize the world.


Re: Will PayPal's IPO Thrive in a Harsh Market?
Posted by: frank1212 2002-02-07 01:09:20 In reply to: Keith Regan
I am using PayPal, have for almost a year. No problems sending money, getting money, doing refunds, no problems at all. They are doing allright by/with me. The fees are as reasonable as any bank, and quite bearable. I say UP with PayPal!
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