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PayPal enables instant fund transfers to a debit card

PayPal is rolling out a feature allowing almost instant transfers of funds to qualified debit cards. By linking a qualified debit card to your PayPal account, you can move funds to it within 30 minutes, as opposed to waiting for a minimum of one day. The feature costs $0.25 dollars per transfer, and it’s not […]

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Billionaire Elon Musk reacquired x.com

Billionaire entrepreneur and PayPal founder Elon Musk has reacquired the domain name x.com for an undisclosed sum. X.com was the domain he acquired in 1999 and originally used for PayPal, before its 2001 rebrand. Musk, who currently runs private space travel trailblazer SpaceX, confirmed the purchase in a tweet yesterday: Thanks PayPal for allowing me […]
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Accepting PayPal for domains makes sense but there are risks

There’s no seller protection for domains but it makes the buyer more comfortable. I saw that Efty has added the option to accept PayPal payments for domain names listed on its platform. I can see how this could boost sales; PayPal is trusted and much more recognizable to the general population than an escrow service […]

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Using PayPal For Your Business

Today my PayPal business debit card came in the mail. Today is also the day that I decided PayPal is a great solution for your business. Don’t get me wrong – I’ve always used PayPal… Because I had to. It’s too convenient to not use. The major drawbacks that I’ve seen in the past are chargebacks and […]


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