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  Receiving Payment
Many payment services allow you to receive payment from buyers quickly and easily in many different countries and currencies.
For example, PayPal lets you accept credit cards from buyers in over 45 countries, often in their own currency (if you wish).

What You need to know Back to top
As the seller, you decide what payment methods you'll accept. However, not all payment methods are available to all buyers. To maximize the appeal of your item to international buyers, include payment options that they can use. Learn more.

If no mutual electronic payment method exists, your buyer can use an international money order (available at most banks) to pay you safely.




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