Buying or sending payments is usually free.

Usually no fee and that's regardless of how you pay. There may be a currency conversion fee when you buy or send a payment overseas. We’ll always show you the exchange rate, which includes this fee before adding it to your purchase amount.

Buying or sending payments Usually free. A small fee kicks in when you ask us to convert currencies.
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Selling is 4.4% + $0.30 USD per sale, or lower.

The more you sell, the less you pay. Our rates are simple and transparent. There are no hidden fees. You can accept all major card payments from 143 million customers worldwide. You don't have to pay anything until you get paid for selling something.

When you receive payments for Digital Goods, you pay either our standard pricing or micropayment pricing – whichever is lower.

More about merchant fees

Selling on website, through invoice or email payments* 4.4% + $0.30 USD or a similar fixed fee in the currency received
Selling on eBay* 3.9% + $0.30 USD or a similar fixed fee in the currency received
Micropayments for Digital Goods* 6.0% + $0.05 USD or a similar fixed fee in the currency received
Discounted rate for merchants You can apply for our discounted merchant rates when you meet a qualifying calendar monthly sales volume and keep your account in good standing order.

*Fees for receiving payments from buyers outside of China.

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Withdrawing funds.

When you withdraw funds from your PayPal account, we may deduct a fee from your withdrawal amount. You can withdraw to your bank account in China or Hong Kong, or choose other withdrawal options.

Withdrawal fee full details

Wire transfer to China bank account $35 USD
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