: O oh gosh yesss
EDIT: Unsure where to put this, a follower of mine told me "General" would be good enough. lol
Hey everyone. Recently, I was in a situation concerning PayPal fees that left me salty.
So, being salty, I posted a PSA on my Toyhou.se bulletins.
Then, being even saltier, I updated and moved my PayPal Tutorial (used to be on dA) which I am here to share with you today!
Before I get started, I would like to just address PayPal Fees.
It goes against PayPal's User Agreement to charge
International TransactionsPlease be aware that as of late 2016, PayPal has installed auto-currency exchange.
Please refer to my guide on Weebly on how to deal with it.
Please check in with people you are buying from outside the country if they want their money in USd or their home-currency.
ALSO, fees are higher than normal fees when sending abroad.
|Note: If you were someone that added an extra dollar or more when sending money, that can be considered a "tip." You put extra money onto the transaction out of your own volition. No one asked you to do so. If the seller did ask you to cover the fees, then they are violating PayPal's User Agreement which you, under no circumstance, should be covering the fees.|
Screenshot of the User Agreement Clause
PLEASE IGNORE THE FACT IT'S ON MY SPECIES WEEBLY.
IT'S EASIER TO MANAGE THAN MAKING A SEPARATE WEEBLY. LOL
Thanks for taking a read!
Feel free to critique, corret, and comment below!
I need the feedback. :')
I've only ever used PayPal once which was to buy an item which came from Germany (€) and my currency is GBP (£) since I'm from the uk. Since it was goods I paid through the buying an item section.
I paid a currency conversion fee but no other fee which as far as I'm aware Is correct?
The buyer pays the conversion fee and the seller pays a seller fee?
I'm not sure how it works so if anyone can explain I'd appreciate it!
I'm legit spreading this??? This is one of my biggest pet peeves.
Than people get mad at me when I tell them "hey you know thats against the paypal rules" lmao
Ik this is old but its damn gold bro.
I'm considering opening commissions soon and I was wondering what specific way you ask your buyers to send to your paypal? Do you use an invoice (and if so how does one use invoice) or do you give them specific instructions or anything? Just curious.
Thank you for this!
I've been seeing it more and more as of late and its rather unsettling! In my current situation, there is an artist I want to commission but in their T.O.S, it read the following:
"An additional $5.00 will be added to the total order to cover Paypal fees"
Isn't that a bit much? Like I want to say something but not too sure on how to go about it.