Sellers On eBay Can No Longer Use PayPal

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With new terms and conditions, eBay is now paying sellers directly instead of paying them through PayPal.

What the latest changes mean is that while eBay buyers can continue to pay through PayPal, sellers will now be paid directly into their bank accounts.

While some sellers have openly criticized the action, expressing their reluctance to give the platform access to their personal bank account, the new system of “management payments” remains mandatory for sellers.

In addition, the new term also provides that the company has the power to limit or remove advertisements from sellers who refuse to use them.

Shoppers now have automatic access to all available payment options, some of which include credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, PayPal and PayPal credit.

For more information, read the original story in the BBC.


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