PayPal is free only for personal payments made to friends and family within the United States. For international transfers and business transactions, there are transfer fees as described above as well as merchant fees for goods and services.
For example, to receive a commercial transaction online, there is a 2.9% base fee involved. On the top of this, PayPal adds 1.5% for an international commercial transaction, plus the fixed fee for US dollars — $0.30 per transaction.³ This is not all, because we still haven’t included the currency conversion fee.
What the Paypal Fees are for International Payments? The PayPal fee structure is complicated. The fee you pay depends on the type of transaction you are doing, the country you are in and the country you are sending the money too. For a better run down on their fees as a payment gateway, click here Min & Max Amounts
What are the fees for PayPal accounts? There’s no fee to use PayPal to purchase goods or services. However, if you receive money for goods or services (such as from selling an item on eBay), there is a fee for each transaction.
1.5% Cross-Border Transaction Fee: For US merchants who accept online payments from buyers out of the country or in-person transactions involving a card from outside the US, PayPal charges a 1.5% cross-border fee on top of the percentage charge of the existing transaction fee.
To enable International payments, Untick the Block payments from users who ''Have non-US (UK etc) PayPal accounts''. Now you're set-up to receive International Payments, let's add the Currencies you want to your Account.
What are the fees for PayPal accounts? There’s no fee to use PayPal to purchase goods or services. However, if you receive money for goods or services (such as from selling an item on eBay), there will be a fee for each transaction
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