We would like to send our condolences to the biggest eBay buyer Bully and YouTube troll Joseph J DeMarco for the loss of his mother Eileen De Marco who died on May 20th 2014. Joe had to make a tough decision to Pull the Plug while she was on life support. She was a wonderful carrying woman but didn’t quite know what to do with her abusive son. It’s just too bad she raised a son that was a Son of a Bitch according to some. Joseph DeMarco the eBay Motors buyer Bully seller was raised by his mother but he didn’t quite turn out the way she expected. Maybe someday he’ll be able to see her but the way he’s been going maybe not. He may end up reaching out for her hand but not being able to grasp it. I wonder if Elieen De Marco knows what her son does today to people online. We wish to extend our sympathy to his family for this loss. If you would like to Order Flowers for Hubcapjoes he would appreciate it.
Used Car Doctor Says Hubcapjoes Once Again Poked a Sleeping Bear
As we all know, top rated sellers like this that advertise on YouTube and promote eBay get a boost in eBay search results for their items. I bet YOU as a small seller don’t have any eBay or PayPal executive contacts like Joe does. This is why he’s able to sell more. He’s got eBay by the balls, if he sings on YouTube about who’s in control of the eBayisajoke smear campaign, it will be bad for eBay Inc and further damage their online reputation for sellers all over the world. Click here for Doc’s Article about Hubcapjoes.
Scott Henshaw eBay and PayPal Employee Condolences
Paypal (PYPL) Dead 2% Since Last Earnings Report: Can It Come back to Life?
Will the recent negative trend continue leading up to its next earnings release, or is Paypal due for a breakout? Before we dive into how investors and analysts have reacted as of late, let’s take a quick look at its most recent earnings report in order to get a better handle on the important drivers.
PayPal delivered second-quarter 2018 non-GAAP earnings of 58 cents per share, which surpassed the Zacks Consensus Estimate by 2 cents. The figure increased 28% on a year-over-year basis and 1.7% sequentially.
Net revenues increased 23% year over year and 4.6% sequentially to $3.86 billion beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $3.82 billion.
Top-line growth can be attributed to improved customer base which bolstered the total active accounts significantly in the second quarter. Further, improving engagement rate on PayPal’s platform and robust performance of Choice drove the results further.
Moreover, the company’s growing number of strategic acquisitions remained positive throughout the quarter.
Top Line in Detail
By Type: Transaction revenues came in $3.32 billion (86% of net revenues), up 20% from the year-ago quarter. This was driven by strong performance of core PayPal and Braintree businesses during the quarter.
Other value added services generated $539 million of revenues (14% of revenues), increasing 49.3% year over year. This can primarily be attributed to the positive contributions from the acquisition of Swift Financial and proceeds from portfolio that is held for sale.
By Geography: Revenues from the United States came in $2.15 billion (55.7% of net revenues), surging 27.2% on a year-over-year basis. International revenues were $1.71 billion (44.3% of revenues), advancing 18% from the prior-year quarter. Read more about PayPal’s Quarter in Detail here.