Setting up and changing your payment method

When you create a seller account, you’ll need to add a payment method to pay for any APX selling fees or charges. You can choose PayPal, direct debit, or credit card as your payment method.

We’ll email you a monthly invoice with details of all your seller fees—including fees for listings, sales, subscriptions, refunds made to buyers, and shipping label charges. With a payment method set up, you don’t need to do anything: we’ll automatically charge the invoiced amount by the due date.

Setting up your payment methods

Getting Paid #1
First login and head on into your Dashboard, Once there head into your Dashboard settings.
Getting Paid FINAL
Once in your settings, click on Payments and fill out both your PayPal email and connect your Striipe Account.

If you choose to accept payments ONLY from PayPal, payments you receive from items you sell go directly to APX’s PayPal account. Which then you have to submit a “Withdraw request” in order to receive your funds. If you choose the Stripe Connect option, you’ll need to either login to your Stripe account or create a new one. Stripe accounts receive payments DIRECTLY from customers once they make a payment VS PayPal which pays us then you have to make a withdraw request. .

All payment transactions are handled by PayPal or Stripe respectively. APX does NOT have any control or handle any type of payments ensuring customers and vendors safety and privacy. 

Tip
To make sure we use the new information for your next invoice, update your payment details at least two business days before your invoice date.

Payment requirements and late fees

To help us maintain great experiences for buyers and sellers on APX, we require that accounts with a fee amount of $1.00 or more be paid in full each month. If your account becomes past due, and you have an issue paying your fees, you should contact us.

We may suspend or restrict accounts with unpaid fees. You can read more about your responsibility when it comes to paying fees in the fees section of our Terms of Agreement.

 
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