Payment processing, network, and Paybis fees are the expenses you will encounter when purchasing/selling cryptocurrency on Paybis.com.
A service fee is our commission for processing your transaction. It consists of two fees: our payment processor fees and our own Paybis fee.Payment processing fee
The payment processing fee is combined charges by the credit card issuer, automated clearing house network, interchange, electronic check provider, or other banking institution to process a payment.
For credit/debit card transactions above 50 USD (or equivalent in other currencies), the payment processing fee is 4.5% of the amount you wish to spend (USD, EUR, GBP, and JPY), and up to 6.5% for other currencies.
For the amounts below, the fee is flat:
5.00 USD - 20.00 USD -> 2 USD
20.01 USD - 50.00 USD -> 3 USD
Skrill and Neteller's fee structure depends on the currency and the amount spent. The bigger the amount, the smaller the fee to process your payment.
Other payment methods
Payment providers like Giropay, PIX, Webpay, PSE, Astropay, SPEI, etc each have a different payment processing fee they take. Please check the commission details before you place a transaction.Paybis fee
In order to provide the necessary infrastructure, carefully monitor your cybersecurity, follow the latest trends in the crypto business, and have our support representatives available 24/7 in case you need help, Paybis charges its fee. It is applicable to all payment methods.
As a promotion, for the first Credit/Debit card transaction, we do not take a Paybis fee, however, payment processing and network fees apply.
Network fee is charged by the miners for confirming transactions on the blockchain. It varies depending on the market demand for specific cryptocurrencies. It is charged per transaction and does not depend on the amount spent. It is applicable to all payment methods.
In the screenshot below, you can see the fees applicable for a Skrill transaction:
Service fee and Bitcoin network fee.
Please check the fees for other payment methods when placing an order.