eBay to Replace PayPal With New Payment Service Provider – Adyen


 
Online marketplace platform eBay has announced that to “improve its customer experience,” is swapping its longtime payment processor PayPal for Dutch company Adyen. The switch will be made gradually, over the course of several years, before PayPal is fully phased out.
 
PayPal was purchased by eBay in 2002, remaining the auction megalith’s primary payment processor even after separating in 2015. The rationale behind the switch. according to eBay, is to offer lower costs and improved monetary conversion to customers, along with other logistical improvements made possible by Adyen’s global reach. While eBay’s share prices rose following the announcement, PayPal’s plummeted. It is not a surprise considering that the partnership with eBay was a major source of revenue for PayPal.
 
Those dreading the switch can rest easy for now as PayPal will persist as a checkout option for customers until at least July 2023, but North American customers will see Adyen moving in to handle transactions as early as this year. Read the entire announcement on eBay’s website.

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