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Potae says

Hi everyone. I have a question regarding payment rates. So an exclusive author will receive up to 70% of the sale price on one item. If the author has a file that it is sold “x” times and makes 75k+ $, meaning that he gets 70% of the price, for the next item uploaded does he get 70% of the price or only 50%? I mean, for short, the payment rate is per item or pet author? And one more question. To receive 70% of the price you will have to make 75k+ $. Those 75k $ are calculated without the payment rate? Thanks.

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HelloCharlie says

Hi,

yes, you must make 75k+ to receive 70% of sales and it’s per author, not per item.

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Graphic-Studio says

Once, you hit a certain payment rate – that is the payment from all of your items, new ones included, even at 70%.

EDIT: as HC says – it’s per Author. But it is for your portfolio of items.

“With a total cumulative sales of $75,000+ your commission rate will be 70% Your commission rate will adjust according to your earnings amount:”

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Potae says

Cool. Thank you guys! All the best.

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