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No More PayPal Fees on Uniregistry PPC Payments

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uniregistry-logoI received my PayPal payment for PPC revenue from Uniregistry, and I noticed a very small change when I logged in to my PayPal account. There was no fee taken out by PayPal, so my net payment was for the entire amount of the monthly PPC revenue earned.

Since Uniregistry (Domain Name Sales / Internet Traffic) opened and began taking on clients for its PPC platform, there was a small PayPal fee imposed on PayPal payments. I think this may have had something to do with the fact that Uniregistry was not based in the United States, but I am not entirely sure if this is the case. While the fee has been relatively minimal, it was more of an annoyance having to log in to PayPal to see what the fee is to track it properly.

I am not sure when this changed, although in looking back I see that there was not a fee charged a month ago either. I am glad to see the change though. I would rather have the money in my pocket than in Paypal’s pocket. It will also take out one step in recording this income.


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Comments (2)

    Ryan

    Usually large organizations do what is called mass payments, the fee would have been the standard 30 cent, 3.9% paypal fee, which is bumping up to 5% soon.

    Maybe someone else can confirm this, as every 5% helps for sure, if uniregistry is now sending out mass payment type transactions, instead of standard?

    May 1st, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    Spike

    Now if true, this is something that Uniregistry should less us know.

    May 3rd, 2017 at 8:47 am

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