Posted November 13, 2018 12:13:03In the past few years, online retailers like eBay and Amazon have been using sophisticated scripts to automate checkout, which can cost as much as $25 per hour to do.
But it’s getting more difficult for online shoppers to use these scripts, as they can take longer to set up and automate, and there’s no guarantee that the software will be updated.
That’s because automated checkout scripts are only available for certain types of sites, including eBay, Amazon and Walmart.
The scripts can be used for both on-site and off-site transactions, but only eBay and Walmart have automated checkout.
To learn how to get started with eBay’s or Amazon’s checkout software, watch the video above.
You can learn more about eBay’s and Amazon’s automated checkouts at their websites.
But eBay says that the company is working on a solution that will let customers make purchases without needing to spend money.
In the meantime, if you use eBay’s checkouts to buy products online, the company offers the option to use the software on Amazon and other sites.
In addition, the companies said that they are working on automated checkout that will work with the new Amazon Prime program, which will let shoppers shop on their phones and computers with the help of Alexa, Amazon’s voice assistant.