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July 21, 2011

How my Paypal account got closed down

Barely over a month since my Paypal account was hacked and restored, I once again encountered a disastrous incident — this time, Paypal emailed me saying they have placed the account on Limited Access.

June 08, 2011

Disputing Unauthorized Transactions on Paypal

So my Paypal account was hacked at exactly 10:01am this morning. In the many years that I have been doing online transactions, I’ve gotten used to frauds and hacks but this one from Paypal (Unauthorized Transaction) is the biggest so far.

September 14, 2008

Paypal Subscription Payments now available

Last Friday, I was able to meet up and have a short meeting with Paypal’s Head of Asia Merchant Services based in Singapore and discuss some important developments both in the state of local e-commerce and the role Paypal wants to play in the market.

January 30, 2008

Philippines & Indonesia gets Local Bank Withdrawals from Paypal

Paypal members in the Philippines and Indonesia gets a very early new year’s treat with the introduction of direct local bank withdrawals made effective yesterday. I an email announcement to all users on both South-East Asian countries, Paypal will now accept funds in their respective local currencies.

September 25, 2007

Revolution Money taking on Paypal

There’s gonna be a new player in town and it’s called Revolution Money. It’s being touted as the next Paypal-killer and do better than the non-performing Google Checkout. But what is this Revolution Money really all about?

October 17, 2006

Why the uber-restricted launch of Paypal Philippines?

A lot of people were ecstatic with the news that Paypal has now added the Philippines on its list of supported countries. However, the inclusion was far from what we’re expecting. It’s even far from a half-baked launch. The limited Paypal access only allows users from the Philippines to sign up for a Paypal account […]

July 24, 2006

Paypal in the Philippines via Xoom

Updates: You can now have a Paypal Philippines account. Just sign up here. You can withdraw an amount not exceeding $500 per month to any debit, credit card or directly into your Philippine bank accounts. You will just need the bank codes and savings account number. Maybe you’ve already heard of the plan and the […]

June 30, 2006

Google Checkout is no Paypal-killer

Google Checkout came out yesterday and though I had a blog entry for it in draft, I’ve revised it and changed it to this one. Checkout is practically just another payment gateway for merchants and shoppers, and has been predicted to be the next Paypal-killer. Um, maybe if you live in any of the 50 […]

May 16, 2014

Stream HD movies, TV series and Live TV with Blink

There are a few local streaming services currently available in the Philippines and the latest one that we’ve tried and used is Blink. We got a 30-day pass from them a couple of weeks ago and been using it to watch some of our favorite TV series.

June 17, 2013

Using Western Union for Gadget Purchases Abroad

We regularly buy gadgets to review straight from the US and other regional countries like HK or Taiwan. These are the rare ones or the models that have been released ahead of everyone else. Most of the time, we purchase it online and use our credit card. On other times, we borrow money or credit […]

March 29, 2013

BlackBerry Z10 Review

BlackBerry’s comeback in the smartphone market will be determined by the success of the BlackBerry Z10 and the new BB 10 OS. Check out our full review of the BlackBerry Z10 after the break.

July 07, 2012

“Find and Call” Trojan hits the iTunes App Stores

People who think that downloading apps from the Google Play and iOS App Store is completely safe. Well, think again — the iTunes App Store gets its first trojan.

December 29, 2008

Top Stories on YugaTech for 2008

As the year 2008 is ending, I dug up into my Google Analytics to see which stories in tech made a lot of buzz here on YugaTech. We’re heavy on gadgets and gizmo’s so here are the top 20 gadgets and top 10 stories published here this 2008.

May 30, 2008

Hong Kong Adsense Publishers to get EFT

It’s getting closer to the Philippines now. Inside Adsense just announced that Hong Kong and Hungary will be available to receive their AdSense payments via Electronic Fund Transfer (ETF). EFT directly deposits your AdSense earnings into your bank account, in your local currency, to greatly speed up and simplify the payment process.

May 19, 2008

Xoom to disable Merchant Payment Interface

Xoom, an online payment facility, sent out notices about 2 days ago that it will disable its Merchant Payment Interface after August 1, 2008 and suggests all users to remove links to such payment landing pages.

August 05, 2006

WordPress.com offers Paid Blog Upgrades

WordPress.com has finally found a way to monetize its free service, though not in the way that I would have expected it. Still this move looks pretty interesting a model to watch out. If you login to your WordPress.com account, a new section will appear aptly labeled Upgrades. This new feature allows you to buy […]

February 27, 2006

Google Payments Preview

It’s confirmed — Google Payment is on the way. Techcrunch has an exclusive look at Google Payments. Looks like any other payment system, only faster and cleaner. Testing is currently being done via Google Base. However, there are no other details about how this will be implemented throughout all of Google’s Services, aside from the […]

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