Can I shoulder the transaction fees of my customers?

Can I shoulder the transaction fees of my customers?

Enstack integrated orders typically include a transaction fee when using non-cash payment methods.

As a merchant, you may choose to shoulder applicable transaction fees on behalf of your customers.

When you shoulder transaction fees, these fees are deducted from your Sale entries in your Wallet, and remittances to your bank account will already be net of shouldered fees.

To shoulder transaction fees for your buyers, follow these steps:

Consider the applicable transaction fees for orders and make sure your revenue can make up for them. Transaction fees reach up to 3% depending on the payment method, see applicable rates here.

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