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Google to launch similar service like PayPal.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/21/2005 08:55:00 PM.

According to Reuters Google is planning to offer an internet service similar to PayPal.

Google's payment service is likely to allow users to pay for web purchases through Google and it's highly likely that Google Accounts, Gmail and Google Search will all play a big role in the intergration of such a payment feature.

A Google spokesperson contacted by Reuters declined comment on the rumours.

Google's payment service could threaten eBay's PayPal service which generates over 20% of eBay's revenue.

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  • google wants to jump into everything and it has the knack of revolutionizing things paypal has already captured the market it woul be tought to squeeze a foot thru the door

    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 6/22/2005 02:11:00 AM  

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