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Old 07-24-2021, 07:17 PM
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Did any of you notice that when you pay for something with papal paypal is charging you a fee for the transaction and now you're credit card company is charging a cash transaction fee also for $650 paypal charged $29.74 and the credit card co charged $25.74 this is crazy im going to stop using paypal
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Old 07-24-2021, 07:21 PM
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If you maintain a balance in your Paypal account, there is no fee.
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Old 07-24-2021, 10:38 PM
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I'm not seeing that at all.
I use paypal for nearly everything bought via the internet and keep a Zero balance in it all the time too.
And only 3 charges if I buy something through eBay,winning price,shipping,tax.
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Think fee only incurred when you pay with a credit card .
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I just stopped using PayPal also. I bought a set of tires at Jeg’s and the next day Jeg’s told me that they were out of stock, so I requested a refund. PayPal kept their fees, so it cost me almost $75 with exchange for nothing! My credit card would have simply reversed the charge with no fees etc.
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My experience is you are charged no PayPal fees if you pay using your PayPal account balance or have your PayPal account hooked to your checking account.
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My experience is you are charged no PayPal fees if you pay using your PayPal account balance or have your PayPal account hooked to your checking account.
I also never have fee's because I have my bank account connected to my checking account, if you use a credit card, you will be charged a fee.

Another option to use versus PayPal is "VENMO". I do have a VENMO account because some very few people I deal with do not accept PayPal.

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I just bought something off ebay a few weeks ago using paypal. I paid the total with my credit card. I didn’t receive any additional fees, only the item price plus shipping & tax. Is this a new change?
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I bought parts from individuals and now they never did before call it a cash equivalent transaction fee
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Old 07-25-2021, 07:03 PM
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I bought parts from individuals and now they never did before call it a cash equivalent transaction fee
It must only be when sending money to an individual, Iíll have to keep my eye on this for future transactions. Now that ebay cut them off they must be desperate for fees.
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