I want to take a webinar but it will only let me pay through Paypal. I do not use Paypal. How can I pay another way?

I want to take a webinar but it will only let me pay through Paypal. I do not use Paypal. How can I pay another way?

When you register for a webinar on zoom and click on the link to pay, you will see first:





and when you click that, use the second option:



You will not have to set up a PayPal account, nor will PayPal track you.  With this option, you can pay directly with a credit card.

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