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July 16, 2015 at 6:46 pm 56045
Nayem Hello there I have used the paypal adaptive payments model to create a model whereby sellers receive 80% of the order. That means I receive 20% of the order. I carried out a transaction, cost of the product was £1.00 and shipping was £1.20. When the payments were split up, I received £0.17, whereas the seller received £2.03. Could you shed some light on this? I'm assuming the entire shipping cost goes to the seller? The only cost split is the order ie £1. According to the 80/20 split, then I should have received £0.2. Why would I receive £0.17? Is it to do with fees?
July 17, 2015 at 10:45 am 56108
Nayem Nayem


You are missing something. Shipping cost will directly receive by the seller. You will not get any commission from the shipping cost. You will get the commission only from the product price.


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