Paypal is free to set up an account with but they need to make money somewhere so they levee a service charge whenever funds are either deposited or withdrawn from your account. It's either that or they would make you pay a monthly fee to have the account active even if you never use it which would be more of a piss off. C'est la vie. Best, G. www.boom.thevfusiongroup.biz
by gopal_thevfusiongroup - 14 hours ago
I really don't know but you should be able to find out on their website. I use PayPal and have never incurred a fee but then I've never been the seller or the one that receives the money.
by towanda - 14 hours ago
paypal takes out a percentage from every transaction the larger the amount the larger the percentage......yeah it sucks huh?
by justkrisi - 14 hours ago
You must have a premier account. Premier accounts (used for selling) *always* have a fee. If you had a personal account and had to upgrade to accept the payment, he paid you from a credit card--and you must have a premier account to accept credit card payments.
by Quick Answers - 14 hours ago
If you sent money to other people ,don't pay a fee. Buy reviced the money ,need pay some fee! about 3-5%
by Toni - 14 hours ago
paypal will show you the fees incurred with whatever activity you do, usually in one of the tabs.
by heyguy - 14 hours ago
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