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# Selling online fees

## on Aug 07, 2013

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Here is the research paper showing online selling fees for Amazon, Glabex, and eBay

Here is the research paper showing online selling fees for Amazon, Glabex, and eBay

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## Selling online feesPresentation Transcript

• Selling Online Fees How much will you will be charged?
• Whether you running your business or selling random useless stuff, you will be interested to review different buying and selling platforms.
• We’re covering the costs to sell on the 3 main portals you’re most likely going to be selling on
• Let’s assume you purchase amount is equivalent to \$100
• How much will you will be charged on Amazon?
• Amazon fees If you sell more than 40 products a month, you need to buy a subscription, which is \$39.99 monthly payment. When an item sells, amazon takes a 15% “referral fee” and \$1.35 “closing fee”. Some products have even higher “referral”, “closing” fees. If you sell a \$100 item, you receive \$83.75
• How much will you will be charged on EBAY?
• eBay fees eBay fees depend on your subscription: Listing fee for fixed price items is 0.20 per item. Final Value Fee depends on what you sell, it varies (Fixed Priced items) from 8% to 15%. PayPal charge, which takes 2.9% + \$0.30 of the total collected fee. If you sell a \$100 item, you receive ~\$82.10 to \$89.10 Depends on what you are selling
• How much will you will be charged on Glabex?
• Glabex fee There is no general fee to sell on Glabex: Site allows you to least your products for free so listing fee is \$0 You get paid via PayPal, which takes 2.9% + \$0.30 of the total collected fee. The most important – if you do not sell anything, you will not pay a penny! If you sell a \$100 item, you receive \$96.80
• If you own a business and selling online your major tool Think about these fees again