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What are the eBay and PayPal coupon codes for 2008?
The codes from eBay and PayPal are not publicly issued in advance. When they are issued, they can generally only be used by the members who receive them because the codes are linked to the email address to which they were sent. This means that if you try to use someone else's coupon, it will in all likelihood be rejected at the checkout. If you try to use a voucher the was issued to someone else and it does fail at the checkout, you will still be obliged to pay for the item that you committed to buy (at the full price). There are sites that offer various discounts, but these are not vouchers issued by either eBay or PayPal.
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No, you don 't have to have a balance in your PayPal account. If you have added your bank (or checking) account details and/or your card details to your PayPal acco…unt, you can make an "instant payment" for an item that you buy from eBay. With an "instant payment" money is automatically taken from your bank or card, paid into your PayPal account and then paid out immediately to the seller. All of this happens within seconds of you agreeing to make the payment.
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There are no charges to the buyer whatsoever. The seller pays all of the fees (both those from PayPal and those from eBay).
Yes, you can. It depends on how you want to collect your payment. You can indicate that the buyer has to bank transfer the money or cash on delivery etc. Act…ually, Paypal is the most convenient method of payment.
I think you have to open a PayPal account before you can buy or sell anything on eBay now. I have used PayPal almost from their beginning and never had a problem. They have ma…ny secure features.
A coupon code is for getting a discount on an online purchase. When you go to a real store (grocery store, etc.) you can use a coupon to get a discount on a particular product…. In the online world, you use electronic coupons. They are usually provided as a promotion by a particular site for a discount off your entire purchase.
When you create your auction on eBay, be sure to include how long a buyer has to pay. If they do not pay within this time frame, send another invoice with a reminder note. Buy…ers can pay sellers almost immediately through Paypal so theoretically the seller can receive payment within seconds of the auction ending, but in most cases, it takes 24-48 hours for the buyer to pay the seller. You will always have the exceptions where buyers take longer to pay, though. Once the buyer has clicked on the "pay now" button, the transaction is usually be almost instananeous, but if the payment method is by e-check, it can take several days before the seller receives cleared payment into their PayPal account. .
In the past, sellers had the choice of whether to accept PayPal but now, all sellers have to offer PayPal as one of their payment methods.
Their business practices and user policies are so similar and intertwined that Paypal and eBay may as well be one entity.
It really depends on what the seller wants. Sometimes he/she will want you to pay with PayPal ONLY. But, maybe they want cash only. Or, they don't care.
Yes. When your paying for your ebay fees. and when you are sending or receiving money on ebay.
Coupon code is usually from a store and you can enter it at checkout area. After you enter in the coupon code you usually get a discount on your purchases. It is an online d…iscount code that shoppers apply at the time of checkout at merchant's site in order to get some discounts.
yes, but you need to have it connected to your bank account.
Yes, theoretically you can, although you will be restricted in the number of card payments that you can accept. Realistically you need to upgrade to a Premier account to use e…Bay.
The codes from eBay and PayPal are not publicly issued in advance.
You can use a relative's paypal account to pay for an item you purchased on your own eBay account. You may not be covered by paypal's protection services unless you ship to th…e verified shipping address on the account. You can specify the shipping address on paypal when you make the eBay payment.