'Compulsory PayPal' changes delayed

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eBay UK that changes making PayPal compulsory for some sellers have been delayed for a month. Safe payments and buyer protection was due to be introduced at the end of February; it required sellers with fewer than 100 feedback, those with a low buyer satisfaction rating, or who were selling in “certain higher risk categories” to offer PayPal.

The implementation of this policy has now been delayed until March; however, under previous policy changes, sellers in some categories must offer PayPal, and in some others, PayPal must be the only means of payment offered. Sellers are notified of these restrictions during the listing process, and a full list of affected categories is on the safe payments changes page.

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