About: The PayPal business app is the best app available to send invoices, track sales,
and manage your money for merchants with businesses of all sizes. This app takes
on the role of business manager for you while you’re busy working on your
business instead of in it.
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By Cassidy Lanz4 months ago
All of a sudden my app says my location isn’t supported when I go to log in. I’ve been using this app for over a year now and this is a big problem for my business.
I am electrician and I just wanted to get my clients other ways to pay the invoice so I complete a job for a customer and I invoice them and they choose to pay via PayPal which is fine PayPal charges me a fee to use their service again that is fine or where I have a problem is I have already completed the job it is 100% done and they pay via PayPal I still cannot collect my payments for 7 to 21 business days depending on how PayPal decide to pay out the invoice because PayPal is only structured for selling items online so I have to go into the payment and say that it’s already in the mail even though the job is already done and then I have to contact the customer and tell them to acknowledge that they received the item so if the customer takes time to acknowledge that or if they don’t ever acknowledge it in PayPal then what happens do I have to wait forever or is there a chance that I won’t even get paid so at the end of the day is it worth it for subcontractors to even use this service Any case I’m done using PayPal business unless I’m selling something online as a contractor I don’t believe this is a good platform to use you get charged to use their service and they make you wait to collect money that you should not have to wait for
By Vidal Plumbing
As a business owner we decided to give PayPal business a try. We own a plumbing business in North Carolina mainly providing service work. With the lower card fees that pay pal offers when taking debit or credit we were excited at first. However after taking several payments there was a limitation placed on our account we could not even take debit or credit card payments. During this period, as a business owner this is essential to our business to be able to process cards. We provided our license from North Carolina and other documents and after 72 hours the limitations were removed. We think at this time we’re good to go now. Wrong after taking one payment for a plumbing job then we’re told that they are going to place a hold on that payment for 21 days. Unfortunately as a small business we rely on capital to keep the business going as plumbing materials are not cheap. We called customer service several times to get help with the issues and are consistently transferred to a call center in India where there English is less than proficient and were barely able to understand the issues we were having. We will no longer use the services provided by pay pal
Service oriented businesses risk to lose revenue due to PayPal's unfair chargeback policies. A customer can pay and receive a service, then file a dispute and claim they never received it and will almost always get their money returned to them because PayPal provides you with little means to prove that you provide them with a service. Any funds will be automatically deducted from your account and you will be forced to pay a $20 fee for the chargeback. They will always side with the buyer even if they are committing fraud. This will leave your account negative. So essentially you are losing the service you provided and having to pay back any funds that you were owed. And NO, PayPal will not take into account the fact that fraud is being committed as they are more buyer oriented and less focused on providing protection for your business. Customer service reps are less than helpful. All chargeback decisions are made from a separate department with no direct access for communications. They essentially hide from you by not allowing you to communicate directly with them, make whatever ruling they want on the chargeback, and then limit their customer service reps on how much they can do or communicate to you. I'll be using Square from now on!
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