Go Global

Elms, Janelle
September 2006
Entrepreneur;Sep2006, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p130
The article provides some insights into the PayPal program as a payment option specifically used by the online seller, eBay. By accepting PayPal payments from a buyer, sellers can easily take Canadian dollars, euros, pounds sterling, yen and other currencies, because it will convert international payments into U.S. dollars. It also has seller protection features and policy.


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