I'm interested in signing up for Google Checkout. As a seller, I'm getting tired of Paypal superhigh fees, and as a buyer I despise their "trying to mislead buyer" transfer money option. For example, when you want to transfer money to a seller using your credit card, you have to go to a confirmation page with an explanation why transferring money directly from your bank account is better, blah..blah..blah (of course they want your cash right away). And then there are these two buttons on the bottom of the page for you to click. The text in one button is in bold font whereas the other is in normal non-bold font. If you do not read the content of the page carefully, you would be inclined to click on the bold font button which will commit you to transfer the money directly from your bank account and there is no way to go back to correct it. I made this mistake once before. I think Paypal exploits the fact that readers tend to pay more attention to bold text and that's why they bold the text on that button in the hope that you would click on it so that they can get your money directly from your bank account. I think it's an unfair and perhaps even unethical practice for Paypal to do so. I wonder if it violates any law. Is there any lawyer on this forum who can answer this question? If there are better methods for transferring or requesting money, I definitely go for it. Paypal and eBay are so monopolized and we are the victims:s.