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PayPal now accepts Bahamian based credit cards
By Dave Mackey
Apr 16, 2007 - 9:56:07 AM

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Bahamians can now finally enjoy the privilege of doing their on-line shopping through PayPal. Many of us who love to do Ebay can now purchase online and pay for our auction winnings through this convenient instant payment system. Please note that a credit card is needed, however Bahamian based credit cards are now finally accepted. This means that all those Ebay items that you wanted to bid on but couldn't because the seller would only sell through PayPal, are now finally, fair game for you. Hurray! Now, if only we could accept payment through Paypal, we'd really be set! Soon to come I hope...

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