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on 10-08-2012 03:55 AM
Why do you want to do that? without Paypal you can neither buy nor sell on Ebay, at least from 98% of the time.
on 10-08-2012 04:10 AM
Ebay & Paypal are like apple pie & ice cream....they go together.
Not sure why you want to omit Paypal.
on 10-08-2012 04:55 AM
I would fogure over 90% of ebayers use paypal to both buy and sell. Before you close your paypal, you could try another payment method, buyers can pay with, Pro Pay, Paymate, Skrill, Bill Me Later and Local pickup. The only problem is, most ebayers don"t belong to these other payment sites. You"ll get bids but buyers won"t be able to pay, so in the long run your wise to stay with paypal. Do your best to figure in ebay and paypal fees when you list your items.