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If you are a seller you would want to use Paypal. I use it for my heehay auctions. Billpoint is a buyers tool. I had a $300.00 charge back on Billpoint even though the parts went to the credit card holders address with delivery confirmation. Billpoint didn't care, they wouldn't fight the credit card company for me. Paypal uses an avenue that just transfers money and has a seller protection policy that helps as long as you send the parts to the Paypal confirmed address...Just like anything else there will be good and bad publicity...
 

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I won't use them period! /forums/images/icons/mad.gif
As a seller they screwed me out of lots of $$, then avoided my emails and phone calls like the plague. Shortly after that, saw it on the news where others had similar problems. I canceled my account and refuse to accept or send $ through Paypal. I'm sure others have nothing but good to say about them, so maybe I was just the unlucky one? /forums/images/icons/wink.gif
 

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I use PayPal as a buyer. It really works good for foreign accounts where it cost an arma nad a leg if you use a money order or personal check. I may just be lucky not to have had any problems.
 

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I use Paypal as a buyer, and have never had any problems in over 10+ transactions.

Paul
 

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I havent used PayPAL in over a yerar. I prefer to keep my money. PayPal can kiss my shiney white hinney.
 
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I quit when they demanded my banking information, "for verification". They had my credit card, that was enuff!!!

I don't give my banking info to anyone that doesn't need it for the direct transaction at hand.

I use money orders only now.

Bill
 
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