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    What is the best way to have lowest PayPal transaction fees?

    I have a website that selling digital products online, I want to have lowest Paypal fees when someone paid me through Paypal to buy a product. My question is, what is the best way to have lowest PayPal fees?

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    I think its not possible to have lower fee,Paypal will charge fee according to countries.You can charge certain % of Money in our Invoice as Paypal Fee from your Customer which will be the way on this !

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    I think the fees for business accounts are a bit smaller. If you don't have a business account you should look into that. Apart from this there is nothing more you can do to lower fees.

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    I think the only way to lower PayPal fees is by a large amount revenue processed by PayPal. Simply put the more they make out of you the better rate you will get.
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    How about charge Yearly rather than Monthly for let's say hosting plans!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrance View Post
    I have a website that selling digital products online, I want to have lowest Paypal fees when someone paid me through Paypal to buy a product. My question is, what is the best way to have lowest PayPal fees?
    You CAN have lower Paypal fees but it will only work for purchases of under $10. Paypal has a plan called "Micropayments" and it will have lower fees on charges of up to about $10 then after that it gets more expensive. I have one Paypal account setup for this but I had to contact support to have them change it to this pricing model.

    They do have another option for flexible payments but I have not dealt with that as of yet. That one will use the micropayments model up to $10 then revert to their standard pricing model.

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    The only way I see Paypal not charging you any fees is by sending the payment as a gift to family & friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HostXNow View Post
    How about charge Yearly rather than Monthly for let's say hosting plans!?
    That's what I do

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    If you are using WHMCS, I recommend trying the PayPal Deluxe addon. I personally use this and it completely removes the fees. Works fine for me and has a five star rating on WHMCS's website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheHost View Post
    I think the fees for business accounts are a bit smaller. If you don't have a business account you should look into that. Apart from this there is nothing more you can do to lower fees.
    is it so? I thought transactions fees for paypal business will be more than the transaction fees for personal account. This is what a friend of mine told me when she switched to business account from personal account. I am yet to try business account and I am doing business through personal account.

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