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I have the module Pay pall in my shop but they hold almost € 3.00 for them selves on a order. How do I get When people choose the pay pall option that the amount will be upgraded with the € 3.00?

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I have the module Pay pall in my shop but they hold almost € 3.00 for them selves on a order. How do I get When people choose the pay pall option that the amount will be upgraded with the € 3.00?

That is against the paypal terms of service. If they catch you doing that they will suspend your account.

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That is against the paypal terms of service. If they catch you doing that they will suspend your account.

 

 

I can't find that part and I see this in many shops done. :huh:

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This goes more to business basics than osc, but as a general rule, your overhead should be part of the original calculation of price.

 

If you buy 10 widgets for 10 dollars a piece, want to make 10 dollars profit per widget and 2 people pay via paypal which costs you 3 dollars extra, then you need to sell your widgets for $20.60 a piece.

The other consideration is, what other payment methods do you offer and don't they cost you money for processing as well? If someone sends you a check, it costs your time and resources to deposit that check - may be even more than the people paying paypal.

 

Just a thought ...

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I can't find that part and I see this in many shops done. :huh:

That may be so, but it is clearly stated as part of their terms you must agree to when registering a paypal account. I could care less, but Im just letting you know that paypal thinks a little different about it.

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