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Unread 11-13-2010, 01:19 PM   #1
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I need to know if Paypal is the best way to receive payment from Ebay and why?
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All sellers must accept Paypal now.

Your buyer sends you a payment, which goes to your Paypal account.

You have the option of withdrawing the money into your checking or savings account.

But these accounts must be linked to your Paypal account first.

It is very safe.

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You have the option for mode of payment, pay via paypal is one of the best way..

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Good option in general. However, the following restrictions will apply to Indian users:

- Incoming payments will be restricted to $500 USD per payment
- Funds transferred to your PayPal account must be transferred to your
bank account in India within 7 days
- You will not be able to make purchases from your Paypal account

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Paypal is probably the most well known and easiest to set up on a website or blog. However, after various issues, some of them major to the small marketer, there are more and more people questioning whether Paypal are the best option. I have mixed feelings about Paypal, but there are plenty of other good alternatives, such as;

NETeller
Moneybookers
AlertPay
EntroPay
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Yes. There are so many ways to withdraw the money you have earned online. But you should choose the best one. The article below gave me the detailed information.

Paypal or Alertpay or Moneybookers (Skrill) ***8211; Which is Best? | Bizcovering
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Paypal is very convenient and well-known. Moreover, it is secure.
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We used an paypal and so far so good..

Very convenient..

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Yes, it is the best way to receive and send money securely.

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I'd say it's the best way to receive payment for both ebay and many other sites. As it's very popular.

Even if someone doesn't have a paypal account they can still pay you with a credit debit card through paypal.

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