Transactionfees

Transactionfees are set in the QuickPay manager under Settings -> Acquirers -> Select acquirer -> Fees

The fees can be set for each payment method for each acquirer.  

 

Your shop has to support fees to be able to use them in your payments.

You can find your shop system under QuickPay Integrationer, and check if it has a checkmark under Transactionsfees. If this is the case you will need to enable fees in your QuickPay settings in your shop system.

If you are using your own integration with QuickPay, you will need to add ‘autofee = true’ to your request. See more in the QuickPay API


(Klik for at forstørre billedet)

The fee is calculated using formulas. An example:

n < 5000 => 70 || n < 10000 => 110 || => 145 + (n * 0.01)

Which translates to:

If the transaction amount, n, is less than 5000 units (the smallets unit in the selected currency, e.g. cents) then the fee is 70 units. Else the fee is 145 + 1% of the transaction amount.

The first part of the statement ‘n < 5000’ is stating a specific situation. In this case it is if the transaction amount is less than 5000 units. Adding ‘=> 70’ says that if the transaction amount is less than 5000, the fee should be 70.

The two vertical lines ‘ | | ‘. signals what should happen if the statement before the vertical lines ‘ | | ‘ does not apply. In this case that the fee then should be 145 + 1% of the transaction amount. It is possible to add more vertical lines, and more situations e.g.:

n < 5000 =>; 70 || n < 10000 => 110 || => 145 + (n * 0.001)

Which adds that if the amount is NOT below 5000, but below 10000 the fee is 110. And if amount is higher than 10000 the fee is again calculated to 145+1%.

 

Another example is:

n * 0.0275 > 185 => n * 0.0275 || => 185

Which translates to:

If 2.75% of the transaction amount (n * 0.0275) is more than 185 units, the fee should be 2.75% of the transaction amount. Otherwise the fee should be 185.

Another way to describe the formula is that the fee is 2.75% of the transaction amount, with a minimum of 185 units.

 

 

The formula for no transaction fee is:

=> 0

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