How are transaction fees calculated?

How are transaction fees calculated?

Transaction fee is a fee that covers non-cod payment transactions. Transaction fee is calculated after Shipping Fee and Discounts.

As of June 20, 2023 the following charges apply:

Payment Method
Transaction Fee
3% + 12% VAT
3% + 12% VAT
2.5% + 12% VAT
BPI (Direct Debit)
(2% or ₱12.00, whichever is higher) + 12% VAT
Unionbank (Direct Debit)
(2% or ₱12.00, whichever is higher) + 12% VAT
Credit and Debit Cards
3% + 12% VAT
Introductory Rate: FREE


₱   1,000.00
Shipping Fee
₱        50.00
Voucher Discount
- ₱        10.00
Transaction Fee

GCash Fee
₱        31.20
₱          3.74
₱   1,074.94

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