Any person or entity selling items through AdSella's Services (hereinafter referred to as "Sellers") may be charged for using some of AdSella's services. This Fees & Payments Policy explains what fees apply to Sellers and when they are collected.
1. Accepting these Terms
2. Type of Fees
Sellers may be required to pay the following types of fees:
A. AdSella Transaction Fee
When you make a sale on AdSella, you will be charged a AdSella transaction fee. This fee is 20% of the total sale, excluding sales taxes you collect.
For information on what happens to transaction fees in the event of a refund, please refer to the Checkout Policy.
B. Payment Processing Fees
In order to accept credit cards on AdSella, you will need to have or set up a supported payment processing account (for example, a PayPal acount). This account allows your collection to process and charge credit cards and deposit earnings into your checking account. AdSella partners with various payment providers who have their own fee schedules, but you select and set the payment provider you want to use from among the supported providers. The payment processing fee calculated by your payment provider will be deducted upon charging a transaction. Note that this fee is applied to the entire transaction amount and is in addition to any other fees.
C. Advertising Fees
If you purchase an ad (or promoted listing) through AdSella, you will be charged a separate advertising fee. Advertising fees vary by opportunity and will be clearly outlined before you commit to purchasing an ad.
3. Currency Conversion
All fees charged by AdSella are in US Dollars.
4. Fee Avoidance
Any action by a seller to avoid paying a fee is considered fee avoidance and is strictly prohibited by AdSella. This includes, for example, encouraging buyers to purchase an item in your AdSella collection through another venue. The price stated in each listing description must be an accurate representation of the sale. Sellers may not charge excessive shipping fees. Sellers may not alter the item's price after a sale for the purpose of avoiding AdSella transaction fees, misrepresent the item's location, or use another user's account without permission.
If the items you sell on AdSella are taxable, you are responsible for paying any sales tax that is due out of your proceeds from the sale. You should not sell on AdSella if you cannot pay sales tax you are legally required to pay.