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For the longest time, eBay and PayPal have acted as a unit, with each one helping the other succeed and grow. However, eBay has now decided to allow PayPal to be its own, independent company, which has created a questionable … Continue reading →
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PayPal and American Express announced plans earlier this year to allow customers to receive free two-day shipping at select online retailers. MasterCard has now decided to do the same. These shipping programs are in response to overwhelming success of Amazon … Continue reading →
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