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Aggeler says

I was wondering, in order to get my earnings, what kind of paypal account do i need? would the normal one work? or i need a premiere account ??

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jondmanni says

Any PayPal account will do. Personal will limit your ingoing and outgoing funds, premier will allow you to receive and send more. As far as getting paid here, I don’t think fees apply.

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3Ddym says

Before you create an account, see whether there is paypal office in your country or not, if there isn’t an office, then you won’t receive money from others.

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Aggeler says

thanks to both of you =) appreciate it

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Panda-Bear says

Following on from this question,

Does anyone know if there’s a threshold in which paypal takes a fee to transfer money?

I normally withdraw everytime my envato account hits $250, but now i’m saving my money in Envato and I currently have £253 … if transferring funds over $500 or $1000, will Paypal take a cut?

I’m based in UK and have just a standard basic paypal acocunt

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jondmanni says

I seem to want to think that no fees will be taken out since we are receiving payment from a commercial source and not just another user..but I could be wrong. I don’t think fees apply for amounts as low as $1000 or anything though.

Did they take a cut with $250?

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Panda-Bear says
Did they take a cut with $250?

dunno yet – i always draw out when it gets to $100 usually. But i don’t know if they wil take a cut if i leave my money till say, $500 or $1000 or even $5000 – will payapl have some of this money? or should i draw in smaller portions?

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jondmanni says

I’m pretty sure that if anyone pays a fee, it is Envato. I don’t believe that we will ever have to pay a fee simply because it’s like payroll—the money you earned is deservedly yours and you should receive all of it.

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3dbacks says

maybe in USA


I’m pretty sure that if anyone pays a fee, it is Envato. I don’t believe that we will ever have to pay a fee simply because it’s like payroll—the money you earned is deservedly yours and you should receive all of it.
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Panda-Bear says

... because it’s like payroll—the money you earned is deservedly yours and you should receive all of it.

here! here! – good answer !

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