Paypal has released a tool to help you automate the process of paying for an online ad on a popular website.
Paypal CEO Brad Garlinghouse told Wired that the tool will help you quickly and easily set up a payment on a website that has a built-in ad blocker.
“It’s very easy to create a payment and it’s very fast,” Garlingfahs said.
“You can set it up as you normally would.”
Paypal said it will soon add an automated payment button to its website so you can simply enter the amount you want to pay, hit the submit button, and watch the ads load.
Garlinghouses said the new tool will work with any website and any type of payment system, including credit cards, debit cards, PayPal accounts, and bank transfers.
Users can choose from five payment options: PayPal Direct, PayPal Credit, PayPal Debit, PayPal Check, and PayPal Checkout.
PayPal says users can choose to add an additional payment method if they choose to pay with credit cards.
Users who already have an account can also add an optional PayPal card payment option to their account if they wish.
PayPal has also said it’s launching a new service in the coming weeks that will let people pay for ads on their sites with credit card numbers.
This is the second major update to its ad blocker technology.
Earlier this year, Paypal announced it would be adding an automated ad blocker to its site in the next few months.