Tweet PayPal has announced that they will require the secure communications protocol — TLS 1.2 — by June 2018. However, they will be periodically testing on live stores starting in March* and continuing until the switch over. Here’s part of the message they are sending to their merchants: Please note, over the next few months, PayPal […]
I like to play it safe, especially online. If possible, I opt out of features that save my credit card information when I check out. If I am shopping at a merchant that I am not familiar with, I will always choose PayPal or Google Checkout if the merchant offers one of those payment options.
Some major merchants will accept credit cards, but not PayPal. Many smaller merchants only accept PayPal but no credit cards. You need to remove any and all impediments to shoppers buying their products on your site.