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BBM Users Will Soon Be Able To Send Money Using PayPal

08/12/2015, Spinning off BBM as a separate division was a good move by BlackBerry, it enabled the cross-platform instant messenger to quickly expand its user base and also receive innovative new features that were previously not available. It already facilities...

Shell UK Lets Users Pay With PayPal At The Pump

07/23/2015, Paying with cash and credit cards is currently some of the most widely used payment methods around at the moment, simply because they’re more traditional and have been in effect for decades. However with our smartphones now being able to facilitate...

eBay And PayPal Have Officially Split Into Separate Companies

07/17/2015, In September 2014, eBay announced that they would be splitting with PayPal, in which the latter would be spun off into a separate company and traded on the stock markets under its own name, and now it has been made official as the split has been announced...

American Express Launches Its Own PayPal Competitor

07/09/2015, When it comes to paying for your purchases online, there are several ways to go about it. One would be to use your credit/debit card directly at the retailer’s website, and the other is to use a more secure method such as PayPal, which when used on...

PayPal’s Purchase Protection Extended To Digital Goods In The US

06/12/2015, For the most part you can rest assured when you’re making purchases over the internet using services such as PayPal. This is because the company acts as an intermediary between you and the seller and will also provide insurance in the event that the...

PayPal For iOS Updated With Touch ID Support

05/26/2015, When purchasing goods online, there are many methods of making a payment although PayPal is one of the more popular choices due to its ubiquitous nature and its security. Now if you use the app often on your phone and want to prevent others from snooping...

Cashless Payments Overtake Notes Over In The UK

05/21/2015, It used to be back in the day, only certain establishments would accept credit cards, and even then there was a minimum amount that had to be spent before cards would be accepted. Fast forward to today, there are some countries where cards are accepted...

PayPal To Fork Out $25 Million In Refunds & Fines

05/19/2015, It was just yesterday that we heard about how Samsung no longer needs to pay $930 million for its Apple patent case dispute, but when it comes to PayPal, no such luck there. In fact, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau claims that PayPal has signed...

Government Of Denmark Wants More Cashless Transactions

05/11/2015, Thanks to debit and credit cards along with digital currency such as Bitcoin, and mobile wallets like PayPal, Apple Pay, and Google Wallet, there has been a decreasing need to use actual physical cash to pay for your purchases. However there are some...

PayPal Agrees To $7.7 Million Fine

03/26/2015, It looks like online payment service provider, PayPal, has decided to fork out a whopping $7.7m to the US government as a fine, after there were claims made that PayPal enabled payments to go through, and some of these payments happened to have violated...

U.S. Treasury Opens Up To PayPal And Dwolla

02/19/2015, Revenue collected by agencies of the U.S. government ends up in the country’s Treasury. Last year some $3.37 trillion in revenue was collected, which works out to be some $90 billion every single day, and the public put into the government’s...

New PayPal Card Reader Supports Chip And Pin Cards

01/14/2015, It was back in 2012 when PayPal Here was released. PayPal’s first credit card reader allowed merchants to process payments using mobile devices. The hardware is being refreshed after three years as today PayPal announced a new version of its credit...

PayPal App For BlackBerry Rolls Out

01/07/2015, I would suppose that you can say PayPal has completed the circle of life, so to speak, when the PayPal App for BlackBerry has just launched – which means the PayPal app is now available across all major mobile platforms. This ought to help those who...