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Old 10-20-2013, 01:12 PM
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How do you implement the convenience fee to your customers? I tried it, but then i found out it was against paypal policy. Much less cusotmers used paypal to pay me when i was trying to charge $3.00 to pay online. I still rather paypal payments over checks, easier to deal with. figure the fees will be tax deductible anyways.

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Originally Posted by recycledsole View Post
I use paypal, and the client pays the convience fee of 3%. So a $100 bill would be $103 on paypal. Otherwise they can write me a check or pay cash. Not supporting the corrupt banks by acecoting credit cards.

As for paypal disputes, I disputed a transaction unrelated to my business a year ago. They were very helpful and contacted the company and they gave me my products that same day. They wanted a copy of my drivers liscense to 'verify my identity'. After I had purchased from this company atleast 5 times before this with the same credit card and verified my ID many ways.
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