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1paypal fee's Empty paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 9:04 am

FPSChris

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http://www.clothnappytree.com/ppcalculator/

Useful for you sellers and buyers to work out PP fee's cheers

Please can someone double check? I've always done the 4% but seems to be less + 0.20

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2paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 9:20 am

wrc

wrc

Used this site for years, awesome little calculator.

3paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 12:50 pm

Mr B

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A lot of people use 4% as a one figure calculation. Paypal charge a fixed 20p per transaction plus the 3.4%, fecking expensive ...

4paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 7:17 pm

gtir_woody

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As I don't really receive money via PayPal I never really thought about how expensive it actually is. What a rip

5paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 7:23 pm

shroom

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Yeah generally selling on eBay you will look to loose 10% so if you are trying to make a living you can find it hard to get any decent margins, but then again other sites don't offer so many people!


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6paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 7:38 pm

wrc

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Rule of thumb I've used for years ia people you trust then just gift it friends and family (no fees either way).

Or if you don't know them then pay for goods/services and add the fees (if you are the buyer). Then you are covered if the transaction goes wrong.

7paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 7:57 pm

Mr B

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on eBay as almost everyone wants paypal you get cut total of 13.5% +20p :-O
shifting money to people you know/trust can be free but not overly useful generally
Don't know why more people don't do bank transfers as they free & instant these days with few taps on keyboard .

8paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 8:42 pm

wrc

wrc

I guess it's still a bit taboo for a lot of people to give out their account number.

I do it purely for ease. PayPal app on phone, 30 seconds, get someone paid. And visa virsa.

Ease... or laziness...

9paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 8:46 pm

gtir_woody

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Yeah that's a good point, basically pay for convenience.

10paypal fee's Empty Re: paypal fee's 23rd November 2015, 10:54 pm

Stu

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And if you take payments from abroad you have an extra % on top of the usual charge! I found that out when someone payed me while on holiday the other day.
Ebay and paypal are robbing bastards. But it is easy fast sell on there most of the times.
I always add on the fees when I sell something on ebay. Unless I run an auction...


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