Announced in March, eBay’s Managed Payments integration with Google Pay is completed. That means buyers can now pay for purchases from US-based sellers who are opted in to eBay’s own payment processing system. Google Pay will now automatically show up as a payment option during checkout when purchasing from those sellers.
Google Pay is now available to buyers in the US purchasing from US-based sellers who are participating in managed payments. This is another significant step in the managed payments experience toward providing our buyers with more choice in their payment options, and creating an experience that is tailored to personal preferences. Android users can use Google Pay to complete purchases on eBay from sellers participating in managed payments. They can purchase with Google Pay on desktop web, mobile browsers like Chrome on Android and iOS, and the eBay Android app.
If a seller is part of managed payments, Google Pay will automatically show up as a payment option during checkout. As we scale managed payments to include more volume in more geographies, Google Pay will be available to more buyers and sellers, on more items and in more regions.
We encourage you to check out the latest information on managed payments by reading Alyssa Cutright’s, Vice President of Global Payments, Billing and Risk at eBay update here.
For general information on managed payments, visit Seller Center.
SOURCE: eBay Announcement