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Topic - Anuj Nayar
PayPal, eBay's online payment service, plans to announce a new service Wednesday that aims to make it easier to shop online by cutting down on the number of accounts consumers have to create with various Web retailers.
PayPal, eBay's online payment service, announced a new service Wednesday that aims to make it easier to shop online by cutting down on the number of accounts consumers have to create with various Web retailers.
Nayar said that because the rules were put in place by the bank, they will affect all online payment services in India.
The service would keep a user's personal details within PayPal, Nayar said.