Fees Policy

Why Advertise With Us?

At We Get A Deal we know how expensive advertising can be, you have to pay upfront and take a gamble and hope that the money you’ve spent actually brings new customers to your business. This can be a risky and expensive way to advertise. 

We Get A Deal offers 100% risk free advertising, there’s No Upfront Fees, No Listing Fees, No Monthly Fees and No Hidden Fees. There’s no risk, there’s no worries and no reason to not give it a try.

We Keep It Simple

At We Get A Deal we simply charge a 12% commission on sales that’s it ! There’s no hidden fees or payment fees you simply pay 12% each time you sell. If you list your products and services with us and you don’t sell, then you don’t pay us a penny. It really is that simple and risk free.

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Purchase Order Payment Terms Policy

We Get A Deal 

The below Payment Terms are to be read in conjunction with our Terms and Conditions

Sellers/Deal Providers will be only be charged for using the suppliers services when they make a sale. This Purchase Order & Payments Policy explains your fees and how we collect them.

By listing your business, products and services, you’re agreeing to this policy and our Terms & Conditions.

1. Types Of Fees

Sellers/Deal Providers may be required to pay the following types of fees. Please note that all fees are only applicable when a Seller/Deal Provider makes a sale on WeGetADeal.com or WeGetADeal’s mobile apps. Please note there are no upfront fees, set up fees, monthly fees or listing fees, you only pay when you sell.

Transaction Fees

When you make a sale through WeGetADeal.com, you will be charged a transaction fee of 12% of the price you display for each listing (which should include any applicable taxes), Please note the amount you charge for delivery or gift wrapping is not included in the 12% transaction fee.

Transaction Fees

Online Sales.

The Supplier may vary its rates and/or prices for Services from time to time. The Supplier will give the Seller/Deal Provider not less than [30] days’ written notice of such variations. Where a proposed increase is unacceptable to the Seller/Deal Provider, it may terminate the Contract on [20] days’ written notice to the Supplier. The Supplier will provide an account statement to the Seller/Deal Provider on a monthly basis.

VAT will be charged by the supplier on third party customer payments and paid by the third party customer at the then applicable rate

2. Paying Your We Get A Deal Fees

Once the third party customer pays for the deal at the checkout the Suppliers transaction fee will automatically be deducted from the deal price each time you make a sale. 

3. How Sellers/Deal Providers Receive Payment

The Seller/Deal Provider and Third Party Customer will both receive email confirmation from the Supplier. This email contains both parties details and which deal the Third Party Customer has selected, the remaining balance less the Suppliers fee is automatically payable to the Seller/Deal Provider to their PayPal business account.