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Charge Customer Without Paying CC Fees?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by zonwarrior, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. zonwarrior

    zonwarrior Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    When you get a monthly freelancing job - for example 1k/month for SEO - how do you charge the customer without charging his credit card?

    I don't want to pay CC fees.
     
  2. CRT

    CRT BANNED BANNED

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    You could accept bitcoin.

    That being said almost everything has fees. PayPal does, CC company does, and even bitcoin has a very small miner's fee.
     
  3. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    You might get stong/ conned

    Here it is simple not secure at all.

    You ask for a deposit then your cc charge will be little , ask for the reaming in check sent to you.

    Know the doggy way lol , no i am english and a Londoner not sugested but durable.

    Ask for a deposit so the cc charge is low , but
    Then ask them to transfer the balance via
    Cash thru westernunion ((low charge))


    Even better add the charge of there fee to the job .( handling fee ) virgin media does why not...
     
  4. zonwarrior

    zonwarrior Registered Member

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    I may have not been clear, thank you for the effort guys - but I mean, charging a legitimate business or company. These guys don't have time to use bitcoin or western union/deposits.
     
  5. tasburrfoot

    tasburrfoot Regular Member

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    I send invoices, and then ask for payment via email-transfer(all banks where I am have this option, no fee's unless you have to cancel a transaction) or a cheque - no fee's on that!
     
  6. SEOMemj

    SEOMemj Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    PayPal Business is only a $0.50 flat charge.
     
  7. Blakereed

    Blakereed Regular Member

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    You will always end up paying some kind of fee or percentage.