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What Is PayPal?

PayPal, the trusted leader in online payments, enables buyers and businesses to send and receive money online. PayPal has over 100 million member accounts in 190 countries and regions. It's accepted by merchants everywhere, both on and off eBay.

Is it safe to use?
PayPal helps protect your credit card information with industry-leading security and fraud prevention systems. When you use PayPal, your financial information is never shared with the merchant.

Why use PayPal?
    •    Make purchases or send money with PayPal – it’s free
    •    Shop and pay conveniently by saving your information with PayPal
    •    PayPal is accepted by millions of businesses worldwide and is the preferred payment method on eBay



PayPal Buyer Protection

Types of Problems Covered. PayPal Buyer Protection helps you if you encounter either of these problems:
    1.    "Item Not Received" (INR): You did not receive the item you paid for with PayPal; or
    2.    "Significantly Not as Described" (SNAD) You received an item you paid for with PayPal but it is Significantly Not as Described (SNAD). 

If your problem is a transaction that you did not authorize, please see section 8 below.
An item is "Significantly Not as Described" (SNAD) if it is materially different from what the Seller described on its website or in the item listing. Here are some examples:
    1.    You received a completely different item. For example,you purchased a book and received a DVD or an empty box.
    2.    The condition of the item was misrepresented. For example, the description when you bought the item said "new” and the item was used.
    3.    The item was advertised as authentic but is not authentic.
    4.    The item is missing major parts or features which were not disclosed in its description when you bought the item.
    5.    You purchased three items from a Seller but only received two.
    6.    The item was materially damaged during shipment.
An item is not Significantly Not as Described (SNAD) if it is materially similar to the Seller's item listing description. Here are some examples:
    1.    The defect in the item was correctly described by the Seller.
    2.    The item was properly described but you didn't want it after you received it.
    3.    The item was properly described but did not meet your expectations.
    4.    The item has minor scratches and was listed as used conditi