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HuntedByAGeek says

I’ve already heard the reasons for why you don’t think you should have to have an option to add $5 to pre-paid credit. None of the reasons were because of technical or legal reasons, but clearly it’s a way to make your customers buy more.

You really should have this option.

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SamBerson says

Hey there!

I think that this would be good too, however, it wouldn’t be worth it for Envato as the PayPal fees to get the transaction to process would be too high and not feasible for such a small amount.

Sam :)

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seanymc says

Is there anything I can do with $5 left in my account after a purchase?

Also, you could add a $15 amount if a $5 is too low.

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SamBerson says

Is there anything I can do with $5 left in my account after a purchase? Also, you could add a $15 amount if a $5 is too low.

You could leave it until you next wanna buy something, or you could buy something for $5!

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