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Paypal or Google Checkout?

Discussion in 'Internet Marketing' started by michelle32145, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. michelle32145

    michelle32145 Banned

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    My new eCommerce site will contain a shopping cart, but I’m not sure whether to go with google or paypal. Can anyone help me with the differences? I also want my product to be available in China, what kind of system do they use?
     
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

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    Why not both?
     
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    I think that Google's service will eventually be better and more widely used than PayPal. Google will make the necessary changes to please its customers and I wouldn't be surprised if the features on Checkout supersede those of PayPal. This article seems a bit one-sided, and I think Checkout just needs time. People have a trust in Google for an unknown reason and Google plans to increase the trust of the consumer, and give PayPal a run for their money.
     
  4. stephen186

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    there are lot of issues with paypal. HOwever, i am using it only. but some people complained that paypal always favors buyer and have restricted many accounts.

    Now that will be a nightmare for me, if someday i wake up and i got the message from paypal that my account is restricted.

    However, one thing i can say, never leave your money with paypal. ALways withdraw it first.
     
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    Restricted Paypal is always a concern but if you discuss with them with necessary documentation you can avoid it.
     
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    Which is easily configured to your e-commerce website?
     

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