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No one can argue that PayPal is one of the most popular alternative payment methods. PayPal has become a household name, as it offers its services to more than 200 countries, in over 20 different currencies, most notably but not limited to Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Swiss Francs, British Pound, Hong Kong Dollar, Indian Rupee, New Zealand Dollar, Singapore Dollar, Russian Ruble and many more.
The holding company of PayPal is PayPal Holdings, Inc, and as of 2002 it is owned by eBay. PayPal is an e-commerce service that offers fast and secure payments using credit and debit cards; when making a payment you don’t give any personal info to the merchant. Customers have to only register their credit or debit cards to start purchasing and/or receiving money.
PayPal has some fees, of course, that occur only after a sale is made by you, meaning that charges are only active if you are a merchant. The general fee is 4,4% plus $0.30, while for selling on eBay the fee is 3,9% + $0.30
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