PayPal Now Accepted at The Home Depot, Foot Locker, Hollister

Shoppers in Montgomeryville can now pay with PayPal at their local Foot Locker, The Home Depot, Hollister and Abercrombie & Fitch

PayPal announced this year that shoppers at The Home Depot, Hollister, Foot Locker and Abercrombie & Fitch can now pay with their mobile number and a PIN associated with their PayPal account. 

Hollister and Foot Locker can be found at Montgomery Mall. The closest Abercrombie & Fitch is at Willow Grove Park Mall.

For almost 15 years, people have used PayPal to shop online and on mobile devices. Now, millions of PayPal users worldwide, can also pay securely at their favorite local stores. The new in-store payment system is free of transaction fees for shoppers.

Using PayPal for payment in-store or online means you will never have to share your personal financial info, such as your credit card number, with retailers. Plus, PayPal security specialists monitor transactions 24/7. They also have a customer service line for shoppers to call with any questions or concerns.

Additionally, PayPal will soon provide relevant and real time coupons and offers that are tailored specifically to each consumer – based on location or interests – that can be used both online or in-the-store.

Tell Us: Will you choose to use PayPal in stores? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Steven Long November 08, 2012 at 10:03 PM
Here's the problem ... the clerks have no idea how to use PayPal for payment. On the other hand, when you contact PayPal, they tell you, you have to have a bank account or debit card linked to their account. What's the purpose of that? So, instead of using a credit card (and building credit), you can link a bank account (they will not let you link a credit card). This means, you do NOT have control over any ACH charges, and you loose the right and ability to dispute a transaction via credit card laws. PayPal takes money immediately. The only way PP is a benefit, is if you do not have credit ... but are willing to link a bank account. Doing so will allow PP to deduct money from your account. If you dispute something through debit ... you get your money back right away ... not with PayPal. The other problem I have with this is, PayPal uses Customer Service in the Phillipines ... who do not speak English well. You spend 45 minutes on the phone, trying to ask a question. If they do not have the answer ... they hand up on you!


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