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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby kaka135 » 11 Jul 2019, 19:06

I just checked, I didn't need to pay PayPal fee when receiving payments from these sites: PointsPrizes, Toluna, Alexa Master, MOBROG, Global Test Market
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby ruthmongare » 12 Jul 2019, 04:52

Some sites are very lenient to the extent of going ahead and paying the PayPal fee for us but for others they let us feel that pinch of psyiny the PayPal fee.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby JASPREET » 12 Jul 2019, 05:28

Only a few are lenient and most of the websites don't pay fee for us and we need to pay which is the reason we get less money
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby anil02 » 12 Jul 2019, 11:33

kaka135 wrote:I just checked, I didn't need to pay PayPal fee when receiving payments from these sites: PointsPrizes, Toluna, Alexa Master, MOBROG, Global Test Market

You are right some sites are not charging. They are deducting only for difference of exchange rate.

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SUPERSINGH wrote:I was earlier thinking to reach 100 dollars first and request payment from virily but then decided against it as it'll take a lot of time

It is my principal payout when we reached at minimum payout amount. Some sites are trustworthy but not all.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby SUPERSINGH » 12 Jul 2019, 16:28

I trust virily but I am not sure if it's a good idea to keep waiting till 100 dollars as it'll take more time.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby Vehlijanta » 13 Jul 2019, 01:05

Only thing I like about paypal is no fuss so you won't face any problems with your payments and they will auto credit to your bank account.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby katkat » 13 Jul 2019, 01:40

Yes although I prefer to transfer once in a while, think the payment is the same because it is by percentage fee when transferring.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby kaka135 » 13 Jul 2019, 01:43

Vehlijanta wrote:Only thing I like about paypal is no fuss so you won't face any problems with your payments and they will auto credit to your bank account.


Yes, I agree with this. Perhaps I am more familiar with PayPal. I have been buying things or services online with PayPal, withdrawing money from PayPal to my bank account, and I have not experience any issues before. With other payment processor, I simply don't know what to do with them. So despite having to pay for the fee, I still prefer PayPal.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby simplyfred » Today, 06:47

Hivemicro don't take any pay while paying on paypal. Maybe it is automatic already or they are taking the payment already.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby JASPREET » Today, 07:06

simplyfred wrote:Hivemicro don't take any pay while paying on paypal. Maybe it is automatic already or they are taking the payment already.


This is wonderful because spare5 and a few other websites also pay the fee on their account and we users receive the complete payment.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby skysnap » Today, 09:34

It's called masspay option which doesn't have fee for the people who get it. There are sites who have lot of people to pay and are established business that can offer it. Not everyone can offer that.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby anil02 » Today, 13:01

SUPERSINGH wrote:I trust virily but I am not sure if it's a good idea to keep waiting till 100 dollars as it'll take more time.

It is my suggestion that don't wait for 100$ request for payout.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby fergus1234 » Today, 14:48

They are taking 7 percent off out of my Humanatic earnings. This is an outrage.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby A K Rao » Today, 15:23

I got transferred some money from Mylot into my Paypal amount let me just see how much they will deduct as the commission when they will transfer the amount into my Bank account situated in India.
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Re: PayPal Fees

Postby SUPERSINGH » Today, 15:52

There is no deduction when your money is transferred to Bank account just that PayPal pays less for example if the dollar is valued at 69 INR they will pay at around 67 or even 66 INR
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