Paypal Business Model

Feb 3rd, 2012
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This paper analyzes Paypal in terms of its business model, what proposition does it offer consumers or merchants utilizing the company's services. Moreover, it looks into Paypal's business model.

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E-CommerceCustomer Inserts NameCustomer Inserts Tutor's Name8th November, 2014OverviewPayPal is a leader in money transfer and online payment and therefore the company offers consumers the ability to transfer money easily through a convenient and easy form of money transfer. Moreover, PayPal fund transfers are instant and secure thus offering consumers a trusted platform to make payments. Merchants companies benefit from PayPal through ease in registration, the ability to transfer and receive funds from online consumers (Gardner, 2011). PayPal has online security features which allow merchants to transact secure business and ensure fraud protection (Scupola, 2009). Merchants utilizing PayPal can transact business internationally while offering their customers cheaper payment methods compared to use of credit cards which require merchant banks. Making use of PayP

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