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paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby anorona » 22 Oct 2017, 02:59

anyone here tried claiming 20k BMF coins on beermoney? how much is the paypal fee?
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby Rhentina0526 » 22 Oct 2017, 04:44

anorona wrote:anyone here tried claiming 20k BMF coins on beermoney? how much is the paypal fee?

im also interested on knowing this.. when i first reach my 1000bmf i try to cash it out.. i ended up donating 1350bmf for $0.99USD.. learned my lesson.. i should have bigger bmf points before cashing out.. but its ok.. atleast i prove to myself the BMF is realy paying.. :):):)
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby SHOHANA » 22 Oct 2017, 05:28

The BMF coin for $1 we need to have 1340 BMF coins it means paypal charge 340 bmf coins for 1 dollar, I have a list of the value of coins, for $5 = 5460 BMF coins as far i know
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby skysnap » 22 Oct 2017, 07:22

For 15$ in paypal the indian users are charged 99 cents. So for anything above 20$ I am guessing anything between 1.5$ to 2$ would be the charges.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby ahmedo24 » 22 Oct 2017, 07:36

This is to high compare to what other forums charge for their withdrawals. God knows how the charge is gonna be for bitcoin exchange.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby kataomoi » 22 Oct 2017, 07:41

I think the Paypal fees changes every once in a while (or for different countries). So the answers you get here might not be accurate for you.

For the record, I cashed out $10.60 recently and there was a 77 cents fee. Quite high.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby mildredtabitha » 22 Oct 2017, 07:41

skysnap wrote:For 15$ in paypal the indian users are charged 99 cents. So for anything above 20$ I am guessing anything between 1.5$ to 2$ would be the charges.


Wow! that is high. PayPal fee is never constant. The higher the amount, the higher the fees.

Unlike payoneer where fee is constant.


anorona wrote:anyone here tried claiming 20k BMF coins on beermoney? how much is the paypal fee?


I think you should just withdraw and find out. I know it is 74 cents for $10. So it could be $1.50 for $20 but I hope it is lower. . Come tell us when you finally know.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby Silvermist » 22 Oct 2017, 08:10

skysnap wrote:For 15$ in paypal the indian users are charged 99 cents. So for anything above 20$ I am guessing anything between 1.5$ to 2$ would be the charges.


I joined the site only recently.So I have not reached pay out.But it is always good to know the Paypal rates in advance.I think it is a bit high.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby Rhentina0526 » 22 Oct 2017, 08:22

so basicaly the charge for $15USD is $1USD.. so if you are going to cash out 15000bmf points you actual money will be $14USD because there is a $1USD charge for paypal..
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby skysnap » 22 Oct 2017, 08:24

mildredtabitha wrote:Wow! that is high. PayPal fee is never constant. The higher the amount, the higher the fees.

Unlike payoneer where fee is constant.




Yes that's the reason I like payoneer. But it's pity that they don't accept payout lower than 20$. But that's accdeptable considering they go through all the pains of currency conversion for people like us who are outside USA.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby anorona » 22 Oct 2017, 08:32

So I should have atleast 21500 BMF coint to be able to get the whole $20?
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby KloeRinz » 22 Oct 2017, 08:50

I think it depends on the place you are in. And I think it's possible that you will get a whole $20 from that.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby ruthmongare » 22 Oct 2017, 08:58

I think roughly through my calculations you should have like 22500 coins though am not sure.If you want to get exactly $20 .Maybe you can confirm from Mr.B.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby augusta » 22 Oct 2017, 10:19

Paypal fees are just so high,I wish earning sites would come up with payment processor that are bit user friendly in terms of fees.I don't just like this high PayPal fees.
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Re: paypal fee for 20k Beermoney coins

Postby skysnap » 22 Oct 2017, 10:50

If you want 20$ then go for the 22$ or more calculations. And this way you'd have enough money even with the currency conversion.
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