PayPal service now fully available in Croatia which makes planing of holidays a lot easier
The world most famous e-business service PayPal, that allows users worldwide to send and receive payments, is finally fully accessible to users from the Croatia.
So far, Croatian PayPal users have been able to use it only for payment, while the option of receiving and disbursement of funds was disabled. From now on PayPal customers from Croatia are enabled to receive payments.
As things stand now, the payout of funds from account at PayPal is available only to owners and Visa card users who have opened bank accounts in one of U.S. banks.
In its current variant PayPal began to work in 2000, and from 2002 the service is owned by eBay, for which it singled out 1.5 billion dollars.
This will certainly have big impact both on travellers looking for budget accommodation and on suppliers of rooms and apartments that market internationally. During high season, owners of private accommodation used to demand a cash deposit to hold a room. The problem was that sending money via a wire transfer or via Western Union is costly and many travellers were uncomfortable sending money into the ether but accommodation owners felt they had little choice.
Now that things have change it is a lot more easier for customers as well a s suppliers. If you are a merchant or supplier of rental accommodation in Croatia just click here and you can start!
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