Fee Options
Option
Description
Use Buyers Fee
A per item fee that is taken off the retail price before the consignor split is calculated. This can be overridden at the inventory level. Example: Item retail is $10.00, buyers fee is $1.00, consignor split is 40%. Consignor will receive $3.60 ($10 - $1.00 = $9.00 * 40% = $3.60). Click the "Add Buyers Fee" button to add a new range for buyers fee pricing.
Ignore Buyer's Fee for Items Entered at POS
With this feature on, a Buyer's Fee will not be applied to items added into the system at the Point-of-Sale.
Hide Buyer's Fee in Checkout
With this feature off, Buyer's Fees will not be visible/overridable on the Checkout tab.
Use Item Fee
A per item fee that is taken off the consignor split amount. This can be overridden at the consignor and inventory level. Example: Item retail is $10.00, item fee is $1.00, consignor split is 40%. Consignor will receive $3.00 ($10 * 40% = $4.00 - $1.00 = $3.00). Click the "Add Item Fee" button to add a new range for item fee pricing.
Credit Card Processing Fee(%)
This is a percentage of the total sale that will be taken from the consignor’s balance when a customer pays with a credit card.
Check Fee
This is a fee that gets applied against a consignor’s balance when paying the consignor with a check.

Multi-location Companies

Make sure to complete this step for each location you have.
If this is the first time you are setting up your store, the next section to go to is the Consignor Access Options section.
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