0 Responses to eBay Checkout Soon to Accept Credit Cards Directly Via Payflow

  1. Henrietta October 8, 2008 at 3:18 pm #

    This all sounds wonderful and SO businesslike.

    Being grateful for small mercies, those merchants still struggling to keep an eBay business afloat will not have to worry about any of this until after the all important holiday season.

    It will be ‘interesting’ to see how the rollout progresses on eBay’s notoriously glitch ridden platform.

    At Bonanzle I get to make the decision which payment methods I accept and the checkout provider I use. It is nice to be treated like a rational adult.

  2. gazouteast October 9, 2008 at 12:53 am #

    Looks like they’re running out of code words to use (must be all the redundancies in Marketing and PR) …

    … using the PayFlow name for both PayPal and the all-comers 3rd party merchant services just about made that announcement unreadable and incomprehensible – a perfect example of “consultantese”.

    Communications from eBay were so much easier to understand when Meg, Bill, and Rajiv were in charge. Sigh! I’m reminiscing already … Sad, so sad.

    Gaz

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