3 Reasons Why You Should Set-Up PayPal Express Checkout on CS-Cart

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PayPal is the most popular online payment system used by both merchants and shoppers across countless ecommerce platforms in the world. The PayPal success story makes it really clear why it is the best checkout option for your customers. CS-Cart on the other hand is a well curated shopping cart platform that offers hundreds of add-ons and features that will take your e-commerce store to the next level.

The options available on CS-Cart cut across all types of ecommerce stores from a small miniature online shop to a large ecommerce site. The process of setting up a PayPal express checkout on your website with CS-Cart checkout is quite simple. Here’s why we believe pairing up the two will create a powerful ecommerce.

1. PayPal is the Most Used Payment System

If you haven’t heard of PayPal you must be living in a shell, or it is probably banned in your country. Yes, some countries have gone to the extent of banning PayPal for reasons best known to their governments. Well, that’s a story for another day.

PayPal has over 200 million users, 16 million merchant accounts, 1.7 billion transactions yearly and over 700,000 websites that use this payment platform. Their success rate is astounding, choosing it as an option on your CS-Cart could be the best decision you have ever made for your online store.

2. Customers Love PayPal

We are not speculating, the facts indicate that PayPal is the 3rd most preferred checkout payment processor in the world. To add on to this, customers believe it is the second-most safest payment means. As if we haven’t praised it enough, 86% of all customers would recommend PayPal to others. If you don’t have a PayPal express checkout on your CS-Cart at the moment, you now know what to do next.

3. Diverse Users across the World

PayPal not only has users in the US and UK, which would probably be the major regions one would think of, but across different parts of the world. Having a PayPal express checkout on your CS-Cart could mean attracting customers from Germany, France, Australia, Italy, Spain, Canada, Netherlands and specific African and Asian countries. Many of the states that have PayPal are well established with citizens with great disposable income. You know what that means for your business.

And to sum it all up, here’s a PayPal success story infrographic:

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2 thoughts on “3 Reasons Why You Should Set-Up PayPal Express Checkout on CS-Cart

  • January 30, 2018 at 13:42

    Is this a paid post? Paypal treat retailers horribly. Customers can use it as an alternative to websites returns policies.

    One customer recently rented an item and requested a 50% refund because they didnt use the product as much as they expected during the rental. We actually offered to collect the rental item early but they wanted to keep it for the full term of the rental. But they raised a paypal dispute asking for a refund of half the rental price. We argued that the dispute was unreasonable. Paypal didnt give them the half refund they requested… They gave them a full refund!!!

    I’d suggest not using paypal express as in the EU it avoids the ticking of the terms and conditions part of the checkout which is a huge problem.

    We use paypal as a reluctant payment method on some but not all of our websites. We certainly do not encourage customers to use it as its more expensive than taking cards direct.

    We also tried Braintree their merchant services division and found them equally difficult to work with.

    • March 5, 2018 at 09:34

      Hello, Ronan.

      It is not a sponsored post. PayPal often takes a customer’s side, it’s their company policy.

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