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Old 12-08-2012, 04:28 PM   #31
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Old 12-08-2012, 05:07 PM   #32
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Go google their fee's and your head will spin around as most are all over 10%. They might not have fee's on their money system, but they make a ton off those who sell on amazon.

Just found their fee's on their money and it's about like paypal.

Amazon makes money other places and horrible fee's. No matter what service you use you're going to pay a fee. Nothing is "feeless".
I though there may be a hope for a better solutions!

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2-4% is standard fee's for any transaction be it paypal, cc, google checkout, etc. It often depends on how much you process but 2% total is about as low as you're gonna get. If you're a high risk merchant like most of the porn industry, etc then there is certain high risk cc processors and they charge like 10-20%.


It's the nature of the beast for sure man. 2-3%, maybe even up to 5% for amex(some services) is standard and sucks but it is what it is. There isn't really any other good methods out there to reduce costs.
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Old 12-08-2012, 05:57 PM   #33
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my fees are 2.2 with my CC prosessor for track side sales, and 2.4-3.6% at the restaurant. Having to key in a card number is an extra 60 cents per transaction. PayPal is 3.5 no matter what you do. Credit cards are better than PayPal for the vendor, and for the buyer since you Credit Card has better buyer protection than PayPal ever will
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Old 12-08-2012, 06:24 PM   #34
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I don't care about the fee they hit me with. But this new to me rule is annoying AF.
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Old 12-08-2012, 09:26 PM   #35
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I though there may be a hope for a better solutions!
Honestly, I doubt their will be or someone would have done it to clean up the market. That is the nature of capitalism. If someone can do it better and less expensive, they do. Unless the entire system changes I doubt much will change in the way of fee's. As much as I hate to say it scammers are the biggest problem for everyone and the reason things cost so much. Same reason insurance is so high...damn fraud.
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Old 12-09-2012, 10:54 AM   #36
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I don't care about the fee they hit me with. But this new to me rule is annoying AF.
It will be lifted bro. You just need to "prove" yourself a good seller. Any old transactions, add tracking numbers too. I had to go back MONTHS and add dozens of them. Then eventually it was down to one transaction that was left as a flag and I finally got the customer to release it months after the sale. After that it was smooth sailing.

They do this often.

If you sell a cell phone or high risk item on ebay, you'll get your $ held unless you've sold a handful of phones like I have, etc.

It's a hassle for sure man. There's few other popular alternatives.
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It will be lifted bro. You just need to "prove" yourself a good seller. Any old transactions, add tracking numbers too. I had to go back MONTHS and add dozens of them. Then eventually it was down to one transaction that was left as a flag and I finally got the customer to release it months after the sale. After that it was smooth sailing.

They do this often.

If you sell a cell phone or high risk item on ebay, you'll get your $ held unless you've sold a handful of phones like I have, etc.

It's a hassle for sure man. There's few other popular alternatives.
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