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Amazon’s sellers get a pause on loan repayments.

The company said sellers will not have to repay loans from today until April 30.

It will not charge interest during that time, according to Reuters. As of 2017, Amazon had lent money to over 20,000 merchants, with its 2019 financial report saying that it would make almost $1 billion from the program.

Meanwhile, eBay said it will "defer most selling fees" for registered business sellers for 30 days.

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