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About PayPal

PayPal is a subsidiary company of eBay, the well-known internet auction site. It was originally set up to allow secure transfer of funds between users of the auction site but has developed into a worldwide means for buyers to use their credit or debit cards securely to pay sellers who do not have facilities to accept such payments directly.

PayPal acts as an intermediary between buyer and seller. The buyer pays the agreed amount to PayPal, using his credit/debit card and PayPal then transfers the credit to the seller's PayPal account. The seller can use the credit to purchase items via PayPal or can transfer the funds to his bank account.

The service is entirely free to the buyer. PayPal deducts all the transfer and currency exchange costs from the seller's account. Because of this, I have to make a surcharge of 5% on PayPal transactions.

Registering with PayPal

Both buyer and seller must be registered with PayPal before a transaction can take place. To register, go to https://www.paypal.com

Click on Sign Up Now and follow the PayPal instructions. Everything is now straightforward.

In order to make a payment via PayPal, you will also need to know that the email address I have registered with PayPal is

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