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Thread: Asking For PayPal F&F Payments in For Sale Threads

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    Top 10 Paypal Alternatives by TechSpunk admin.

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    I only sell parts to friends. Some new friends, some old friends.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Breazeale View Post
    I only sell parts to friends. Some new friends, some old friends.


    Classic Jim.

    I feel the same way.

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    Senior Member StephenAcworth's Avatar
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    Me too... best to be covered...
    Quote Originally Posted by 72targa View Post
    I'm just a small time buyer and seller of collectibles. When i buy something outside of eBay but using PayPal, I just offer to add the 3% fee to my total payment to keep the seller whole. We're both covered and I don't feel guilty.
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    Serial old car rescuer Arne's Avatar
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    Eugene, OR
    I never ask for F&F when I sell something. I price my stuff with the assumption I will be paying fees. As noted, Paypal is providing a service, they deserve something for that.

    Some people pay F&F w/o me asking, fine. Some pay normal and I pay the fees, also fine. Occasionally someone pays normal with a few bucks added to cover fees, can't complain.
    - Arne

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