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eBay Expands Managed Payments Mandate in Europe

eBay Expands Managed Payments Mandate in Europe

eBay is expanding its Managed Payments mandate in Europe, it announced on Wednesday. eBay will begin enrolling sellers in France, Italy, and Spain into the program in early 2021.

eBay began managing payments on its platform in the US for a select group of eligible sellers in September 2018, followed by expansions to Germany in 2019 and the UK, Australia and Canada earlier this year.

eBay is now working to scale its management of payments to all countries.

Alyssa Cutright, eBay Vice President of Global Payments, was cited in the press release touting its benefits. “By managing the payments process, we’re creating a simpler, more unified experience for our customers, and streamlining operations for our sellers with one place to sell and get paid,” she said.

“At the end of Q2, eBay had already enrolled over 255,000 sellers in managed payments globally. Since launch, eBay has managed payments for nearly 42,000 sellers and processed $4.7 billion in GMV. The company continues to be on track with its roll out of managed payments, transitioning a majority of sellers on its marketplace into the experience in 2021 and aiming to complete the process in 2022. Managed payments is expected to deliver $2 billion in revenue and $500 million in operating income in 2022.”

eBay expanded on the benefits of the program to buyers and sellers, you can find the full press release on the eBayInc.com corporate website.

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2 thoughts on “eBay Expands Managed Payments Mandate in Europe”

  1. and still the chinese scammers are exempt.

    if this is so great, you should make the chinese scammers use mangled payments

  2. First Ebay has to introduce them to Sellers Hub so they can control their accounts. But I am sure that the partnership agreements that Wenig made with the Chinese ensure that China will never have to deal with Ebay and their core values. China saw what Wenig was all about way back in the beginning and they do not even allow Ebay to track IP Addresses to shut bad sellers down. China completely controls everything about Ebay in their country and since they are as corrupt as Ebay they closed all of the loopholes for Ebay way back in the beginning. Its a shame that the US allows Ebay and other large corporations to get away with violating so many of the laws and regulations before they finally take a look at them. Money talks and our politicians now listen to only money and the large companies that donate to their campaigns.

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