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Re: [OM] PayPal goes international at last!

Subject: Re: [OM] PayPal goes international at last!
From: Andrew Fildes <afildes@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2000 18:59:58 +1100
2.6% +30 cents for currency exchange alone? I think they only charge 1.9% +
25 cents for the actual service. Starts to look a tad expensive, no?
How do BidPay and Billpoint compare?
Andrew


>You're charged when cuurency has to be converted from or to US dollars. The
>charge is 2.6% + 30 cent transaction fee. That's it.
>
>Larry
>
>
>
>Keith Berry wrote:
>
>> "Heads up," members outside the USA!
>>
>> A couple of months ago I registered with PayPal (www.paypal.com) for them to
>> tell me when they actually did as they promised for 2000, to go
>> international, and today they sent me a message to say they have.
>>
>> I haven't yet checked all the terms and conditions to know how it compares
>> with Billpoint, my current favo(u)rite way to pay, but from an example
>> quoted, one difference is that you can transfer funds even if they're not
>> linked to an auction.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Keith Berry, Birmingham UK.
>>
>> The countries now covered are:
>>
>> Australia
>> Austria
>> Belgium
>> Brazil
>> Canada
>> Denmark
>> France
>> Germany
>>  Hong Kong
>> Ireland
>> Israel
>> Italy
>> Japan
>> Mexico
>> Netherlands
>> New Zealand
>>  Norway
>> Portugal
>> Singapore
>> South Africa
>> South Korea
>> Spain
>> Sweden
>> Switzerland
>> United Kingdom
>>
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