Using PayPal to Pay for Goods and Services
PayPal Payments can be used to make purchases online and in stores (that accept it). It is the fastest way to pay for customers and the fastest way to process orders for merchants.
As a merchant and with just a few clicks PayPal Payments allows me to:
Perks for Customers Who Use PayPal Payments
Notes: I did not know what I was going to write about today until I saw a report in my email from ecommerce bytes on a new update from PayPal. PayPal wants to make the checkout system more streamlined by eliminating a few steps in the checkout process. PayPal aims to keep shoppers on the selling site without having customers navigate to a separate window/platform. PayPal thinks that this will increase trust in their payment system.
Illustrations were made possible by Anaisa Knits on Zibbet. You can read her full post about how PayPal checkout works on the Zibbet Handmade, Fine Art, Vintage and Supplies Marketplace. See Anaisa's profile here.
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When using the PayPal Checkout tab you will be re-directed to my store on the Zibbet Handmade Market Place. It is a wonderful place to buy and sell quality handmade products. The step by step tutorial has been put together by a Zibbet seller and Zibbet Admin.
See step by step instructions on how to place an order on Zibbet. PayPal is the payment method used for transactions. Payment is sent directly to the seller (Hannah's Gemstone Jewelry). The seller (Hannah's Gemstone Jewelry) completes the sales, by packaging and shipping your items of purchase.
The seller (Hannah's Gemstone Jewelry) also handles customer service issues - use the "Contact HannahsGems" link found under the Avatar on the front page and under the product description on any product page.
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