CheckPoint Analysis of Electronic Payment Systems

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Running head: CHECKPOINT: ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SYSTEMS 1 CheckPoint: Analysis of Electronic Payment Systems Lori J. Babler IT205 July 29, 2010 Daniel Dronsick
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CHECKPOINT: ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC PAYMENT SYSTEMS 2 CheckPoint: Analysis of Electronic Payment Systems There are three major categories of e-commerce. Business to Business involves the sale of products or services between businesses via the internet. Business to consumer involves the sale of products or services from business to consumers via the internet. Lastly, there is Consumer to Consumer, which involves the sale of products or services between individual consumers via the internet. The use of electronic payment methods via the internet is more complex than most average internet users know. There is the use of PayPal, which is an electronic payment method owned by e-bay in which you can utilize funds from a PayPal account, your checking account or a credit card however you must have a paypal account in order to use their services. Then there is a Digital Wallet available on some sites that can store
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