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No Free Lunch

« on: April 04, 2015, 12:42 »
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One company out of all the companies (23 to be exact) continues to charge me a fee to get paid.  I sent them an email and they told me that Paypal is charging the fee. I have looked at my account and I've got the same exact setup as I do with the other companies.   Any ideas? or is this company just lying to me? They only account for 1% of my sales so I might dump them if they don't stop charging me fees to get my already low commission!



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« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2015, 12:52 »
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If a business sends a mass payment (multiple transactions in one transaction) to its payees, then they will absorb the fees. If they pay in single transactions, then the receiving party will pay the fee. Its different on personal accounts where you can choose which party pays the fees.

So, they are not lying, they are just letting you pay the fee.

No Free Lunch

« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2015, 13:01 »
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If a business sends a mass payment (multiple transactions in one transaction) to its payees, then they will absorb the fees. If they pay in single transactions, then the receiving party will pay the fee. Its different on personal accounts where you can choose which party pays the fees.

So, they are not lying, they are just letting you pay the fee.

Thanks Ron! Than I will ask them to pay the fee or close my account.

T

« Reply #3 on: April 04, 2015, 16:09 »
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One company out of all the companies (23 to be exact) continues to charge me a fee to get paid.  I sent them an email and they told me that Paypal is charging the fee. I have looked at my account and I've got the same exact setup as I do with the other companies.   Any ideas? or is this company just lying to me? They only account for 1% of my sales so I might dump them if they don't stop charging me fees to get my already low commission!

sounds like it's about time now to also embrace Bitcoin and similar Crypto coins for microstock in order to lower those "fees" (or at least destroy that apparent "reason" for fees there). Also, that would add more speed, better safety, and the ability to send micro payments and not wait for thresholds to be passed etc.

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« Reply #4 on: April 04, 2015, 16:12 »
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I dont want bitcoins


 

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