PayPal account reserve is a percentage of your PayPal merchant account balance that's put on hold to cover potential financial risks, including payment reversal in the event of a chargeback, claim, or disputes.Read More
if you’re accepting payments on PayPal, you’re also at the increased risk of disputes and credit card chargebacks. Disputes are a phenomenon that can harm your business in the long run and even result in the closure of your merchant account on PayPal. In this guide, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about PayPal disputes, how to stop them from becoming chargebacks, and how you can tackle them head on.
You may already have a PayPal account and use it to make online purchases or transfer money to friends and family. However, if you're selling products on your ecommerce store, setting up a dedicated PayPal Business account is the easiest way to accept payments. This blog includes all the information you need around PayPal Business accounts so you can make an informed decision.
When starting your ecommerce store and setting up your PayPal account for the first time, there’s always confusion between the two types of PayPal accounts - business and personal - and which one you should be using. We explain the differences and pros and cons in this article.
The time it takes to fill one order varies and can last anywhere from days to weeks. This uncertainty frustrates customers and puts pressure on your brand. Outsourced fulfillment centers help solve these problems by providing an efficient solution that's easily scalable for brands of all sizes. In this article, we will discuss the benefits of a fulfillment service in order to find the right one for your needs.
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