What is BidPay?
It’s a way to pay for something with a money order using a credit card. If you go to the bidpay website, www.bidpay.com, they can explain what it is and how it works. It’s a good thing if you don’t want to give your credit card number over to a seller or if a the seller only wants a money order or cash and you want to pay with a credit card.
I have heard that it is not very profitable to transfer money from a card. It is better to make only purchases using it, because you get a good cashback and bonuses for purchases. By the way, if you have not yet decided where to issue a card, then it is best to do it here, because this service is as convenient and exactly safe as possible! I recommend it!
Using the information at eBay, there was a list of several payment options. I had to read the auction page for the item to see what the vendor would accept. Most of them accepted money orders from your bank, which you have to purchase and mail to the vender. Most of the sellers prefer to accept online purchases using BidPay or Billpoint or Paypal. This article deals with the features and benefits of BidPay. When you register over a secure connection, you have to furnish your name, address and credit card number. This information is retained for your purchases. You also choose your username and password. A Western Union Money Order is sent to the vendor by mail and the purchase is charged to the credit card you indicated on your registration or you may add another credit card or your own. You fill out the details of the purchase, such as buyer information, item number and description. The information about you is automatically retrieved.
» Dantessa – Another service that offers the same send-money-order idea, at s Another service that offers the same send-money-order idea, at sometimes better rates, is SendMoneyOrder.com. I prefer PayPal for paying for auctions because it doesn’t cost the buyer outrageous fees to use it 😉 I find sending money orders via online companies to be too expensive and not worth it for 99% of my auctions, which tend to be inexpensive closing prices. It’d cost more for me to get someone to send them a money order, than for me to use PayPal, or run down to the local post office and get one myself. BidPay & SendMoneyOrder are reliable, though. As a 4 year seller (and bidder) on eBay I can tell you that they are slower in some cases than if your buyer just went and bought/mailed a MO himself. In one instance, had the buyer sent me a money order traditionally, owing to her location, I’d have it in a couple days. It took in excess of 10 days to come through BidPay. At least BidPay will send you a co