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Hello Everyone.

I have been doing pretty well now, growing the account slowly.

Just wondering, most of the buyers are complaining, why cant I use paypal ect.

They all want to use paypal, I only say to use a credit card. Do you find this a problem? What do you do to resolve it?



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Not using Paypal is a big Issue for buyers, they have been brainwashed that it's the best way to Pay for their purchases. You can always try Google Checkout, why won't you use Paypal for payment?
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I dont like the way they can hold the funds. I am running a stealth operation.

I am looking to do about 60K a month in sales, and you know they can limit and that really kills my credit.

PayPal gets me
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How do you overcome that issue? To warn people in your listings??
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If you want to make money you need to use paypal. It is the fastest, most convenient way for buyers to pay. When buyers make a purchase they do not always have their credit/debit card on them, and this will only turn buyers away. Altering the way people do things, and have made payments on ebay for years will only turn potential customer away.

I would be pissed if I had to enter my debit for every purchase I made on ebay.
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I agree with your use of other payments than PP but, sadly, buyers love this sh*z. You need to communicate and convince them...or just go with pp
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