Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by Green Tea, Jun 5, 2004.
This is an excellent thread, I never knew a site existed for this., thank you.
Very useful for me. Thanks for sharing.
This is a great tool. One that is actually simple enough to use. Thanks, JS
I get a blank page when I try to go here. Thanks anyway, JS
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Here : The Fee Calculator - Calculate PayPal merchant fees for credit cards
I’m not sure who else got this, but eBay is starting to roll out a new payment platform that they run. A month or two ago I was asked to be a tester for the program so now my items no longer accept PayPal. They charge a smaller payment fee than PayPal did, so I’m saving money, but there are hassles too. One of which is I no longer have a correct fee calculator to use. From what I’ve read, this will be rolling out to everyone over the next year or two.
So payments will go Direct through ebay ? Interesting as they own Paypal , that said i know a lot of people who get confused with all of paypal & if ebay had a direct Credit card system in place it may Draw in more buyers ?
Yes, that’s exactly what’s happening now. Payments go to eBay, I get the money sent to my bank account each night. This should make it more streamlined for buyers, one stop shopping.
Paypal and eBay separated a couple years back as companies. Ever since eBay has been looking to wean its users off of Paypal.
They will likely ban Paypal's use on eBay down the road.
wow ! thanks for that Update , i had no idea people are so used to paypal now ....
Fees have averaged 13% per transaction for me over time. I just estimate 13% whenever analyze my sales results.
Please stop using logic. Way too many buttons to push on a calculator for this method to be beneficial.
You could damage a brain cell or two.
wow! This is an eye opener
I've moved this to the eBay forum area and stuck it.
Any sign of one for the UK yet? I mean, I have a shortened version ("Too much") but it'd be handy to be able to use this tool.
Yup. Still multiply your sale price x 0.13 if you’re using PayPal.
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