- Paying for sellers fees on paypal………how
Havent got a problem doing this as its a small amount. Relatively new to paypal and Im pretty certain when I went to pay for goods once before it put on these fees ie item was £10 and it automatically calcualted to say £10.70 to the buyer.
So, can I pay the sellers fees at a click of a button on paypal or do I have to manually calculate and pay this amount……eg, item is £8, I send seller £8.50?
ThanksPosted 4 years agomattsccmMember
Might I suggest that you are going about this the wrong way.Posted 4 years ago
1)the seller says how much he wants to be paid to cover any cost that he thinks he may encounter. that’s up to him.
2. You agree and pay him.
The seller then has any fees deducted. If he wanted 10 quid in his had he should ask you for £10 plus x% and not be so bloody lazy to ask you to work it out for you. those who sell saying X price plus fees get an email saying “how much do you bloody well want?”
Fee’s are their problem not yours. Tell the seller to sort himself out and get back to you.hammyukMember
As is mine – the amount of adds asking for “Gift” or “Plus fees” and even “plus fees plus postage”Posted 4 years ago
This isn’t allowed on any other forum I frequent.
There must be a price, must be in the correct format and must state “posted” or “collection.
Work your price out – its not hard FFS!scaredypantsSubscriber
the only person who benefits from “paypal security” is the buyer as far as I can see
Since I’m not a professional seller I don’t feel the need to pay for the privilege of accepting paypal – I’d be happy with cash or a bank transfer.
If I ask for a tenner, that’s what I’m expecting. If you choose to use paypal …Posted 4 years ago
Work your price out (once you’ve decided how to pay) – its not hard FFS!
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