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Aug 25, 2013 12:41 am

Hello everyone!

I have a minor problem.
I have been selling click packages worth 0.1$ and 0.2$ on my PTC site, but once I checked my PayPal I noticed that the Paypal fees took everything I had received?

My question is:
How can I possibly pass these fees or make them smaller? Ive seen people sell click packages for 0.09$ etc. My Paypal account is normal account, not the business one.
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Reply #1: Aug 25, 2013 12:52 am

Those transaction are possible with mass pay.. but in some counries this facility is not available...

You can check your fees, via this website.

http://salecalc.com/paypal

Good luck
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Reply #2: Aug 25, 2013 05:09 am

If you use aurora script ... and want to sell cheap packages ... then purchase the addon : "purchase balance". If  they want to purchase from paypal / payza they need to add 1/2/3/4$ from paypal to purchase balance and purchase the 0.1$ packages .. .

This is the only solution to not sell advertising for free big grin




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Reply #3: Aug 25, 2013 09:47 am

Thanks for the replies. Ill be checking out the purchase balance thing : )
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Reply #4: Aug 25, 2013 10:01 am

Hello everyone!

I have a minor problem.
I have been selling click packages worth 0.1$ and 0.2$ on my PTC site, but once I checked my PayPal I noticed that the Paypal fees took everything I had received?

My question is:
How can I possibly pass these fees or make them smaller? Ive seen people sell click packages for 0.09$ etc. My Paypal account is normal account, not the business one.

You are dumbest owner ever saw.  And I seen alot of dumb over 10 years.

And some advise given not much better.

First, alot of veterans "prebuxers" hate purchase balance option.

Another way go about this is add percentage fee plus 30 cents to all purchase cost.  On my sites its 20% plus 30 cents.  This covers fees and my time make sure order goes through.

Next as I get orders under $5 I edit site price page so will not happen again.

I not offer dollar or less specials since lost e-gold in late 2000s.
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Reply #5: Aug 26, 2013 05:55 am

Why are you trying to sell such a cheap ad pack?  You realize how many 20 cent packs you'll have to sell to make ANY money? lol

Paypal fee will take minimum 29 cents + 2.9% or 2.5% something like that, anything under $10 really and you're starting to lose more money from fees..

..honestly I wouldn't want a target audience that's purchasing power allows them only 20 cents worth of advertising, but I could see the appeal, but totally impractical
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Reply #6: Aug 27, 2013 03:00 am

You should change prices or choose another payment processor. For example I selling items for 4.50 and for every transaction i should pay about $0.40 commisiions. It's also huge %.
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Reply #7: Apr 25, 2020 05:55 am

Those transaction are possible with mass pay.. but in some counries this facility is not available...

You can check your fees, via this website.

https://ppcurrencyconverter.com/

Good luck


Thank you for sharing the PayPal fees calculator. This will help me understand how much amount I'll receive in the account at the end.
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