EBay shoppers using PayPal get better protection

EBay shoppers are to receive full refunds for faulty or non-existent goods bought on the site after a long campaign against the payment service PayPal.In the past, people using PayPal to pay for goods such as computers or furniture faced losing hundreds of pounds if the goods failed to arrive or were faulty.The buyer protection scheme operated by PayPal – which is used as a secure payment system by 20 million people, more than half of UK eBay customers – was limited to £500 if the seller had 98 per cent or more “positive feedback” and a maximum of £150 if their trustworthiness score was lower.
www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/3132769/EBay-shoppers-using-PayPal-get-better-protection.htmlPayPal to refund shoppers defrauded on eBay
PayPal, the payment service used by 20 million online shoppers in Britain, has given in to consumer demands to offer full refunds to buyers defrauded on eBay.Previously, anyone using PayPal to buy items such as a laptop or furniture risked losing hundreds of pounds on something that might not work or even arrive.

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