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Understanding Per-Order Fees
Updated by Mitch Corish
Per-order fees are a way for you, as a seller, to charge either a flat fee, or a percentage of an order. This charge is a specific line item on an order, that is not part of the products or their associated price list.
How To Configure
Configuration of a per-order fee are on the partnership level and can be found on the partner detail page. If you update or change the per-order fee settings for the partnership, the buyer will be notified.
Follow these steps:
- Ensure you are logged into Convictional
- Navigate to the Partners page on the left hand sidebar
- Click the Edit button for a partnership that you wish to configure a per-order fee for
- Under Billing you can set an amount and type
- Click Save at the top right hand of the page
Using the flat fee type when configuring the per-order fee on the partnership will apply a specified currency amount to each order. The currency of that fee on the order is dictated by the price list currency set on that partnership.
If you want to set a fee, it must not be a negative number (Ex: -$10.00). If you want to remove a previously set fee, set the amount to 0.
The percentage fee type will calculate a fee based for an order based on the order item total before taxes (if applicable).
If you want to set a percentage, it must not be a negative number (Ex: -10%). If you want to remove the previously set fee, set the percentage to 0.