PayPal’s “Bill Me Later” Service Becomes “PayPal Credit,” As Company Expands Credit Products Globally

Touting its increasing focus on credit products for both consumers and small businesses, PayPal today announced it is rebranding its Bill Me Later service as “PayPal Credit,” while that and its PayPal Working Capital business loans service are now destined for international expansions. PayPal Credit is soon being rolled out to the U.K. and Germany, while PayPal Working Capital is headed to the U.K., as previously reported, as well as Australia. According to PayPal’s VP of Credit,  Steve Allocca, these changes are part of the company’s larger efforts to “bring credit more to the center of PayPal.” He says the businesses … Continue reading PayPal’s “Bill Me Later” Service Becomes “PayPal Credit,” As Company Expands Credit Products Globally

Elon Musk: I Thought Tesla Was Dying

Speaking at the Dell World conference, Tesla Motors and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk discusses innovation, teamwork, and risk taking. A certain amount of swagger and braggadocio is typical in Silicon Valley, but Elon Musk isn’t a typical CEO. Yes, the CEO of both SpaceX and Tesla Motors made a grand entrance at last week’s Dell World conference, driving Tesla’s electric Model S luxury sedan into the Austin Convention Center before joining Dell CEO Michael Dell on the stage. But Musk struck a modest tone thereafter, even as the tech author David Kirkpatrick, the keynote moderator, continually baited the tech industry wunderkind to … Continue reading Elon Musk: I Thought Tesla Was Dying

How do I auto-return my customers to my store after they checkout with PayPal?

At the end of your customers’ checking out with PayPal for your store, there is a link they need to click to return to your store. You can, however, set up your PayPal account to do this for them. 1.) Log into your PayPal account and click the Profile subtab under My Account. 2.) Click on My selling tools and then click on Update for Website Preferences. 3.) Select On for Auto Return. 4.) Enter your Return URL. (i.e http://www.yourdomain.com/finishorder.php  [Replace the “www.yourdomain.com” with your actual store URL.] *Tip, if you don’t have your own SSL certificate, this page will look … Continue reading How do I auto-return my customers to my store after they checkout with PayPal?