Thursday, 16 May 2013

Pay who? Pay your mate with Paypal

This week I thought I would write a business blog considering computers and the likes of eBay have revolutionised the way we all shop these days and it's all going online.

At Super King Australia we are a small online business and at the moment use PayPal as our main method for our consumers to pay for their goods online. 

Below is an example of how a buyer uses PayPal to pay for goods and services and how a seller receives payment:

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The buyer has a choice whether to set up account with PayPal. If you choose to do so then you are able to transfer monies to anyone else with a PayPal account just by entering their email address (yes it is that simple).

It's also a smart way to shop as you can transfer $5, $10, $50 whatever amount you desire into your account and these are monies you can use instantly.

If you do not set up an account with PayPal the website still lets you pay the Seller via your credit card.

As a Seller, we are not disclosed your private information or bank account details, these are all kept by PayPal as a third party giving you extra security.

As an online shopper myself I am always very cautious when buying goods online as I have had my details stolen and my bank call me in the middle of the night saying they have cancelled all my cards.

This is where PayPal helps in the sense that all your information is secure and you do not need to type your details in and disclose it to the end seller.

I did not know about PayPal until we started the business and now would not buy goods any other way.

If you are unfamiliar with PayPal and would like to read up about it more visit their website

antoinette xo

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