Had we offered a flat 1% of order value, we would have had to pay out nearly 90 times as much cashback as we received in revenueI've checked the transaction in question and eBay's revenue (there was only Final Value Fee paid by the seller) was 83p. Our pricing model pays a percent of eBay revenue and that's why your earning was so low.
There are different seller promotions from time to time offered by eBay that may result in a significant reduction of seller fees.
and% of Ebay seller fee* 10%
But if you think there's something we could add to make things even clearer, then feel free to suggest it* Rewards are based on a percentage of the fees paid by the seller when you make a purchase....Some categories may earn a lower % cashback reward than the headline rate advertised.
Swagbucks flag up that I can earn cashback when I go shopping. I would be nice if imutual had an optional extension that would alert us. But that will have to wait until Richard returns full time to the running of imutual.Boro Boy wrote:pakefield wrote:Clear to me but on the very rare occasions I buy via ebay I forget to come here first.
This is the idea of a cash back site....!
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