I have been using PayPal for years. As a matter of fact I probably belonged to the first users when they were still independent and not bought by eBay. Anyway, since perhaps 2 years now the service has been unreliable simply because for many transactions I cannot login to Paypal anymore. For transactions through Steam, Paypal is no longer my payment option because here I can never login and the transactions time out. Luckily Steam has several payment options and I would recommend all vendors to provide several payment methods to prevent these kind of annoying problems. If it would be my browser not accepting cookies, as Gary (gptech) suggested, Paypal login problems would exist for all my transactions I would say but that is not the case either. I have been using Paypal succesfully for many years and used it almost exclusively for online purchase payments but nowadays I only use it when there are really no other options and hope the transaction will complete.peterfhayes wrote:......and Steam have that facility too.pH
rosschris10 wrote:Trouble is allot of suppliers rely on PayPal solely for assurance chien its convienance and easy to use transaction process not allot of developers will want to use ther means as iirc they get charged allot more than what PayPal charges for its fees
chrisonline wrote:What exactly is your problem with having an account? It doesn't force you to put money in there, you can still use your credit card "via" the PayPal sign-on.
I don't understand this obsession some people have with NOT WANTING PayPal. It is secure, and works flawlessly. I've used it for years and had no problems. It's a proven system.
If you don't want the product, don't buy it. If comparateur assurance chat you want it and PayPal is the only option (though using your Credit Card as actual payment), and you refuse that, then so be it . . you can't have the product. Your choice.
So again, PayPal is a proven system. And even if you have to "create an account", you are not forced to put money into it, you can use your Credit Card.
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