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With PayPal Reports, get transaction-level insight that helps you manage day-to-day operations. Reports are updated daily so that you can reconcile and manage revenue, review activity details, and manage dispute cases and chargebacks. Within Rivery, easily build a data pipeline to channel these reports into the target of your choice.
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