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Final_Step says

Hey guys, I’m new here in the site, and i have uploaded 2 projects already… a few hours ago someone bought one of my projects (called the elegant show) im NOT trying to advertise the project at all but the problem is that i got less money than i should have gotten.. it is not a big amount,l only one dollar, but i want to understand the problem…

Thanks in advance, Daniel !

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felt_tips Volunteer moderator says

The price displayed in the main interface is the price for non-prepay customers… ones who don’t have money deposited in an Envato account…. in this case $11. All other customers pay $10.

The vast majority of buyers do have Envato accounts, so you will have seen $4 if your rate is 40%.

-f.

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Daniel_R says

Hey Daniel! welcome around!

Here is an article from the Envato’s wiki explaining the payment rates.

Have an awesome day!

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Final_Step says
The price displayed in the main interface is the price for non-prepay customers… ones who don’t have money deposited in an Envato account…. in this case $11. All other customers pay $10.

The vast majority of buyers do have Envato accounts, so you will have seen $4 if your rate is 40%.

-f.

oK, thanks for the explanation…i think i understood the “problem” thanks for your help guys ! =)

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Sharky says

I remember the buzz I got when I got my first sale. I got a bit too excited. :)

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Final_Step says
I remember the buzz I got when I got my first sale. I got a bit too excited. :)

nice projects man ! followed !:P

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Assasain14 says
The price displayed in the main interface is the price for non-prepay customers… ones who don’t have money deposited in an Envato account…. in this case $11. All other customers pay $10.

The vast majority of buyers do have Envato accounts, so you will have seen $4 if your rate is 40%.

-f.

Lol…You Keep Beating Me To The Threads, I’ve Went To Like 8 Threads Looking For Help, Read Their Questions Go Down A Bit To Answer It And You’ve Already Answered It Perfectly. Lol….=-)

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