In PayPal’s ideal world, we’d all be using its service to make our payments, and the company has taken one more step in that direction by announcing a new service for developers that will let them accept credit card payments using PayPal without requiring buyers to have a PayPal account, something that would be troublesome to many prospective clients. The service is called Guest Payments, which will allow developers to accept credit card payments for an app, in addition to PayPal’s electronic transferring of funds between buyer and seller. PayPal’s credit card payment options will be able to be added to any desktop, mobile phone or web application. Will this help increase the adoption rate of PayPal’s service?
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