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Fees for sending money internationally

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Fees for sending money internationally

I need to send money to a customer. It says there is no fee for me but my customer pays a fee because it is international. How much will my customer be charged to receive money I owe him?

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Re: Fees for sending money internationally

Depends on the amount, the funding source you choose and where it's going.

 

If you are a U.S. PayPal account holder sending money to a friend or family member with a PayPal account in a country other than the U.S., you may pay a fee depending on how you pay and which country the recipient’s account is in.

 

For example, if you send $100 to a friend in New Zealand and use funds from your bank account or account balance - PayPal will charge you $4.99 + a fixed fee of .45 NZD or .$65 USD = $5.64 - The receiver would get $95.36 USD

 

Note, using a credit card as your funding source will increase your fee to $8.54

 

I've looked at the Fees here and if I'm reading things correct - there you go.

 

 

If you are sending the money for Goods and Services - then the receiver pays the fees as this would appear as a sales transaction.   The receiver would be charged 3.4% + .45 NZD

An example of New Zealand fees can be found here.

 

Bottom line, to know the costs for your recipient, you would have to look up their country's fees.

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Anonymous_User
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Re: Fees for sending money internationally

Depends on the amount, the funding source you choose and where it's going.

 

If you are a U.S. PayPal account holder sending money to a friend or family member with a PayPal account in a country other than the U.S., you may pay a fee depending on how you pay and which country the recipient’s account is in.

 

For example, if you send $100 to a friend in New Zealand and use funds from your bank account or account balance - PayPal will charge you $4.99 + a fixed fee of .45 NZD or .$65 USD = $5.64 - The receiver would get $95.36 USD

 

Note, using a credit card as your funding source will increase your fee to $8.54

 

I've looked at the Fees here and if I'm reading things correct - there you go.

 

 

If you are sending the money for Goods and Services - then the receiver pays the fees as this would appear as a sales transaction.   The receiver would be charged 3.4% + .45 NZD

An example of New Zealand fees can be found here.

 

Bottom line, to know the costs for your recipient, you would have to look up their country's fees.

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