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December 29, 2004 09:54 AM
Broken: Wording of note from PayPal
Paul Schreiber forwards us this note from PayPal (emphasis added at bottom is mine):
> Less Confusion, More Convenience in One Email
> Dear Paul Schreiber,
> We're writing to let you know that after January 19, 2005, PayPal
> will no longer send a Winning Buyer Notification email to your
> eBay buyers. Instead, eBay's End of Auction email will be enhanced
> to include all the information buyers require.
> Today, many buyers receive two emails at the end of an auction or
> transaction - eBay's End of Auction and PayPal's Winning Buyer
> Notification. PayPal and eBay are eliminating the duplicity.
> Now your buyers will receive just one email with all the
> information they need including transaction details, payment
> information, custom messaging, and more.
Paul writes, "I think they mean they are eliminating the *duplication*... hahaha!"
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