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    ShareASale President/CEO and ABW Veteran Brian - ShareASale's Avatar
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    (Finally)

    Direct Deposit is now available for (adding to the USA) - Canada, United Kingdom, and Australia.

    Check your account for details.

    Due to timing/account transfers, etc... you will need to have your settings correct by the 15th of every month (as opposed to the 20th) so that we can efficiently manage the deposits to these countries. If you change to direct deposit for example on the 18th of a month, I can't gaurantee it will go out via Direct Deposit until the following month (the current month would just go out via Check, or Cheque )
    Thanks,

    Brian Littleton
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    Brilliant! That will move SaS Merchants up a notch in many people's priorities I am sure. And a very acceptable fee.

    Well Done Brian.

    Woz

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    YIPPPEEE!!!

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    Very nice, adding the Netherlands to that list any time soon?

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    Very acceptable fee?

    Do you mean the $5.50 fee is deducted from our payment every time?

    If this is correct - I dont find it acceptable at all as compared to Paypal's 50 cents fee? or as compared to Shareasale mailing a check - $0 cost to me?

    Please advise if I have perhaps misunderstood this?

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    I must admit Brian, I think I said Yippee too soon...$7 for a transfer to an Oz bank is alot more than $1 from Paypal...Why is it so much? I may have to stick with getting 'free' checks. It's a pain that my Oz bank charges me to bank international checks but at least they bunch 4 together and then charge me AUD$10 for the lot...US$7 for every transfer is a bit much to swallow.

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    It's a pain that my Oz bank charges me to bank international checks but at least they bunch 4 together and then charge me AUD$10 for the lot...US$7 for every transfer is a bit much to swallow.

    My bank does this... kinda, but they don't clear the cheques for 30 days - so in that sense, I'd pay any network a little to get my money sooner. (If yours doesn't take 30 days, who are you with? LOL).

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    My bank doesnt charge me anything and I get the money right away. This is not a good deal for me. Too bad.

    so what does it cost for US direct deposit - nothing? Does CJ charge for cdn direct deposit ?

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    Hey Samy,

    Which bank?

    Yeah the 30 days sucks...and then there's always that worry that it will get lost in the mail and stuff...you've got me thinking now...perhaps the $7 is worth it for the peace of mind?

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    Remon,

    When looking at options and pricing for all of this... we have found that the Netherlands in specific has (from what we are told) very difficult banking restrictions, policies, etc... that would make direct deposit not really worth the effort. We were told fees to us would be over $30 per transaction for this to take place.... i do not know why the Netherlands in specific is higher than just about everywhere else?

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    As far as the fees in general go... we are attempting to solve the problem that we have heard a bunch from affiliates overseas, about huge ($25 and over) fees to deposit cheques, long bank hold times over a month before releasing funds, etc...

    If you don't have any of those problems it won't be a benefit to you (despite receiving your payment likely faster and easier) to choose the direct deposit option. i don't, however, think the pricing structure on this in unfair - but if we find a cheaper solution to it in the future, certainly we will try to bring them down.
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    Brian,

    any chance that you will bring in Paypal payments again?

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    Paypal - thats my vote as well. Do tons of transactions through paypal - never a problem and you cant beat the price (free - us, 50 cents canada - sounds like $1.00 australia) I do kinda wonder why it would cost $5.50 when paypal can do it for 50 cents.

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    For $7, it is not that expensive,
    but it is not yet available to my country

    Paypal earn huge money from currency exchange.
    I like USD, not my local currency

    That's why i like MoneyBookers

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    Brian,

    thanks for the reply.
    I know we have weird rules here when it comes to banking, however I don't mind paying $30-$40 for a direct deposit. When I want to cash a check it will cost me around 90 euro's ($110).

    2Checkout transfers the money to my bank account as well, I only have to submit my account info and the routing number of my bank's partner in New York.

    So although you may think $30 or more is expensive, I would be more then happy with it

    Hope it's added to the list some day.

    -Remon

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