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    Start charging for Jobs (Paypal)

    Hi Guys,

    After two years of running my job board for free, I think I am ready to start charging for the service.

    I am just wondering how to make sure the whole paypal process is working correctly, I need to test all job pack options
    before doing this for real. I guess is that sandbox option correct?

    Really any advice you guys can give me would be apprecciated, not only about paypal but also in regards to making this transition.

    Will I see less jobs come in? or will my users find it has more value?


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