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eBay seems to be moving aggressively towards enrolling sellers into the Managed Payments program. Buyers will be able to keep using PayPal as a payment option for now I guess.


Do you think enrolling in this program would affect sales negatively? And if so, why is that? Is it a glitch? Will customers look for another seller because they don't know managed payments?!



Have you used Managed Payments as a seller? What was your experience with it?
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Sales will be lower, especially at first, but not by much. They do accept PayPal, so not much changes for the buyer.
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Sales will be lower, especially at first, but not by much. They do accept PayPal, so not much changes for the buyer.
So then why would the sales be lower?
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So then why would the sales be lower?
Because it's something new. Some people are very easily confused.
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My sales have not slowed. At all.
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Default Re: Let's talk Adyen and its effect on sales.

I don’t expect it will slow things down much. They take PayPal so it won’t really effect how anyone pays
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My sales have not slowed. At all.


What's your sales volume if you don't mind me asking?
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Are they asking this mainly in EU or USA?
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Default Re: Let's talk Adyen and its effect on sales.

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Because it's something new. Some people are very easily confused.
As far as I know a buyer can't tell if they're paying a seller who's using managed payments or a seller who's using Paypal. Checkout directs to the new payment page now where buyers can choose to pay with Paypal, a card, or a bank account. The Paypal logo shows in listings regardless, and there's no "managed payments" logo or anything else that would indicate a seller is using managed payments, so there's no difference.

I was using it before they integrated Paypal and it was bad then. My sales weren't much different than when I was using only a merchant account on that eBay. Now that Paypal is an option there's zero difference between my managed payments eBay account and my PP eBay accounts.
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Very good and uplifting news :-)
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As far as I know a buyer can't tell if they're paying a seller who's using managed payments or a seller who's using Paypal. Checkout directs to the new payment page now where buyers can choose to pay with Paypal, a card, or a bank account. The Paypal logo shows in listings regardless, and there's no "managed payments" logo or anything else that would indicate a seller is using managed payments, so there's no difference.

I was using it before they integrated Paypal and it was bad then. My sales weren't much different than when I was using only a merchant account on that eBay. Now that Paypal is an option there's zero difference between my managed payments eBay account and my PP eBay accounts.
I'm still getting that weird "commit to buy" message from some seller's pages.

But haven't cared enough to investigate
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eBay seems to be moving aggressively towards enrolling sellers into the Managed Payments program. Buyers will be able to keep using PayPal as a payment option for now I guess.


Do you think enrolling in this program would affect sales negatively? And if so, why is that? Is it a glitch? Will customers look for another seller because they don't know managed payments?!



Have you used Managed Payments as a seller? What was your experience with it?

My sales have been steady. Possibly a little better but I also now sell in a new catagory now along with my normal sale.
It is a slower process when getting paid but now I get deposits on sales 3 or 4 times a week and not instant like PayPal.
I have read on the managed payment forum on eBay today that earlier on there was some glitches an it was causing an issue for buyers to check out.
It's my understanding that that has been fixed.
Overall it's been good
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Default Re: Let's talk Adyen and its effect on sales.

not so on Ebay forum,sellers are bitching how much they dislike Ayden
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not so on Ebay forum,sellers are bitching how much they dislike Ayden
embrace the change. It is for the good.
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embrace the change. It is for the good.
" we're from the ebay, and we're here to help"

? lol that about sums it up?
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" we're from the ebay, and we're here to help"

? lol that about sums it up?
I like Adyen. Been using them for years with zero problems. Much easier than Paypal. Been on MP now for months of a few accounts with zero problems. Money arrives the next day usually. Never any weird text requests, never any delays, never any weird chargebacks or claims. Never any problems that paypal has. If you have a limitation, they do not dip out of your account.

I have not had any problems at all with MP but I have had glitches and problems with paypal this year. Screw paypal.
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not so on Ebay forum,sellers are bitching how much they dislike Ayden
You are correct. If you visit that forum you can see many sellers that do not like the managed payments.
Those are the sellers that are complaining about the program.
That is a very small percentage of sellers that are posting on the forum.
On that same forum there are sellers that are also posting their own experiences in managed payments and are glad to be in managed payments.
We hear the horror stories from unsatisfied sellers regarding managed payments, and hear about the good as well.
I have managed payments and I post on the managed payment forum and I am pleased thus far.
Takes longer to get my money but gosh darn it I know I will get it Alot sooner than iffy PayPal when I could get shut down at any time and possibly never see my money.
Not hard for me to decide which I prefer
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You are correct. If you visit that forum you can see many sellers that do not like the managed payments.
Those are the sellers that are complaining about the program.
That is a very small percentage of sellers that are posting on the forum.
On that same forum there are sellers that are also posting their own experiences in managed payments and are glad to be in managed payments.
We hear the horror stories from unsatisfied sellers regarding managed payments, and hear about the good as well.
I have managed payments and I post on the managed payment forum and I am pleased thus far.
Takes longer to get my money but gosh darn it I know I will get it Alot sooner than iffy PayPal when I could get shut down at any time and possibly never see my money.
Not hard for me to decide which I prefer
Hasn't exactly been long enough, to know if ayden will or won't shut people down. And getting shut down on paypal, is still rare, unless you're doing shaddy ****. If you arne't doing anything to get shut down on ayden, why would you think paypal will shut you down?
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Hasn't exactly been long enough, to know if ayden will or won't shut people down. And getting shut down on paypal, is still rare, unless you're doing shaddy ****. If you arne't doing anything to get shut down on ayden, why would you think paypal will shut you down?
They are one of the oldest and most reputable payment processors in the world. They are not at all new.

Many of us have been using them for a few years now on another platform. We have really good idea what they do and why.

I would say the only processor I like better is Stripe but we cant use them on ebay so it is irrelevant.
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I would say the only processor I like better is Stripe but we cant use them on ebay so it is irrelevant.

I 114% hate Stripe!

When it comes to chargebacks, anyway. Outside of that, they are good.
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Hasn't exactly been long enough, to know if ayden will or won't shut people down. And getting shut down on paypal, is still rare, unless you're doing shaddy ****. If you arne't doing anything to get shut down on ayden, why would you think paypal will shut you down?
I had a previous banned PayPal and eBay account. I lost my account. My husband passed away and to tell the truth I was in a mess.
I should of handled my eBay business better but I screwed up. I did not mail my items promptly and I refunded everyone. That was enough for eBay to no longer want me to sell. I lost both the eBay and PayPal account at the same time. Truth be told I could of probably saved both but did not have any fight in me to try to get it back. I don't owe PayPal or eBay. I just refunded every buyer as, like I said I was a mess. I was lost and didn't even leave my house for a long period of time. I was devasted and my life turned upside down on me.
I did nothing shady to lose my accounts.
Not all people are scammers and shady. Many people lose accounts and weren't scamming others, and this forum has allowed others to learn and start over and start fresh.

You gotta agree once banned you worry if somehow they link up to new account. That's where I was at on my end.
To much info but just wanted to make it very clear that everybody that has lost an account and need to start over may not of scammed anyone.
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Every one has there own preference on PayPal verses Ayden.
I like the managed payments thus far. No it has been only going for a short while but I think open minds of trying new things may not be so bad of a thing.
We all know how PayPal works. Many know how Ayden works. To each there own.
I am still testing the waters but my sales are better as I started a new catergory.
Up until this week my payments were 3 to 5 days. Yesterday payouts were available today one day turn around. Not bad. Not instant but not bad.
Bugs are being worked out it seems.
Everyone is going to be on managed payments. Might wanna start getting use to that idea and start preparing and planning
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