Google Payment screenshots - aiming at eBay?

Posted on Monday, Mar 13 2006 @ 00:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Tech Crunch has some exclusive screenshots of the Seller Reputation in Google's new Payments service. It enables buyers to rate sellers and leave comments:
The rating system is very simple with the user giving the seller a rating between 1 to 5 stars, as well as a comment that Google says should be about “how did the seller handle your order and communication with you”. Other buyers are then able to check comments that other users have left as well as a sellers overall rating. It is not yet known if Google will use the ratings with other Google services, but this news further confirms that Google are taking aim at eBay and the classifieds market and want to facilitate transactions.
You can check out the screenshots of this new Google service over here.


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