December 12, 2008 | 11:37AM a PHT
Weíre delighted to bring you an improved PayPal Buyer Protection Programme for items you purchase overseas on eBay.com and eBay.co.uk Ė offering you safer
online shopping just in time for the holiday season!
No matter what the amount, when you pay with PayPal, youíre now covered for the full value of qualifying items bought on eBay.com and eBay.co.uk at no additional cost Ė in the unlikely event that something
Additionally, PayPal Buyer Protection is available on many other eBay sites. To find out if an item is covered, simply look for the ĎBuy safelyí
section on the eBay listing where youíre shopping.
Learn more about:
PayPalís qualification criteria on
criteria on eBay.co.uk
Remember: PayPalís Buyer Protection on eBay covers claims for eligible items that donít arrive or significantly arenít as described by the seller.
In addition, PayPal also provides 100% coverage for unauthorised transactions sent from your PayPal account. Learn more about how PayPal keeps your online shopping secure.
So, play it safe this holiday season and pay using PayPal.
The eBay and PayPal Teams
*Note: Coverage and amounts of the PayPal Buyer Protection Programme are based on the eBay site where you purchase your item and may vary by site.
Please check the item listing for eligibility. Also, coverage applies to the full value of the purchase (including postage) for most items purchased on
eBay.com and eBay.co.uk. Items listed within certain categories are not eligible for PayPal Buyer Protection. Not all eBay sites have PayPal Buyer
Protection coverage. For example, items purchased on www.ebay.ph using PayPal may qualify for
eBay Standard Purchase Protection Programme (ESPPP) as PayPal Buyer Protection is not available. Before making your purchase, check the eBay item page as
described above to learn more about eligibility or coverage amounts.
Other conditions may apply. The PayPal Buyer Protection Programme is subject to the terms and conditions in PayPalís User Agreement.
Consumer advisory - PayPal Pte. Ltd., the holder of PayPal's stored value facility, does not require the approval of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Users are advised to read the terms and conditions available at www.paypal.com carefully before use.