Your guide to PayPal on Ecommerce

Before the Christmas rush begins, make sure your online business provides a safe, convenient and secure way for your customers to pay by using Ecommerce, a powerful, online shopping platform. It’s a cost effective, flexible and low risk way to expand your business online and give you full control. Ecommerce also helps maximise your product exposure by giving customers access to your shop 24/7, and enabling you to sell through eBay, Amazon and Facebook Shops.

By offering one or more of the most popular payment options such as Paypal, you can really boost your revenues. Here’s a quick PDF Guide to setting up PayPal on your Ecommerce Shop. Through the Ecommerce Admin Panel, you can quickly integrate with PayPal or any of our payment partners.

So, why choose PayPal?

PayPal is widely accepted online. It has 20 million users in the UK and 140 million users worldwide. Customers can make payments quickly in the knowledge that their payment details are safe. PayPal accepts all major debit cards, credit cards and bank transfers, and its range of products mean increased convenience and security for customers. Through your PayPal business account you can send, invoice and manage payments easily online. Whatever the size of your business, PayPal is affordable and offers charge-back protection on qualifying transactions.

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2 thoughts on “Your guide to PayPal on Ecommerce

  1. Paypal don’t throw you a buoy when your in trouble. Just automated responses.
    Check out their exchange rate charges too! Rip off. My advice considering their zero customer service and charges odds to look for alternatives. Their popularity odds based on Ebay and others.

    1. PayPal is just one of the payment providers that you can integrate your Ecommerce shop with. You might like to try Google Checkout, HSBC, WorldPay or Sage Pay, to name a few. Thank you

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