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Guys I received my money through bank transfer

then I noticed I have to pay for bank fees too

I already set up for my client

Now he owes me 10 Dollars

Next month I want him to pay for the 10 dollars

should I create invoce for him now?


what did I say:roll:

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Jnet, in OZ, if we don't tell the client BEFORE he buys that there is service fee/transaction fee etc, then we have to wear the charges - no recourse.


However, if he paid you $200 and you have to pay $10 , didn't you make a GP of $190?

(I'm assuming that yours fees weren't more than 5% of the trans cost, otherwise you've been STITCHED)


the other question is, if you ask the client for the $10, and he pays, how much pain, whinging and negative is that going to cost you later. He's more likely going to say that you should have known the costs before you put t he product out for sale.


Don't really need the neg reports do you?

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Agree with Zorro67. If you didn't tell your client up front about the additional fees. Then it's inappropriate to bill him now. Most would call that a hidden fee and irregardless of how you bill the client. You've got a very nasty black eye. The client is going to most likely perceive you as being either dis-honest or incompetent. I'd eat the $10.00 and save my image.


Next time be more thorough when you check out the payment gateways you use.

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