eBay Ups Protection For Buyers Using PayPal, Cancels Protection For Others

Web auction company eBay and PayPal said they expanded their buyer protection program and will now give buyers up to $2,000 of coverage for qualified transactions on eBay.com.

The PayPal buyer protection program covers qualified transactions on eBay for non-delivery of items, and for the delivery of items that are significantly not as described, the companies said in a statement.

EBay will no longer offer purchase protection for non-PayPal transactions, the companies added.

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