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Old 07-30-2010, 07:31 PM
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Thanks for figuring this out! I know it can't have been easy but I am glad everything is standardized now.
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Added refund policy...

The spreadsheet will probably be something like this (it's still under construction, but for a basic idea...): http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?k...thkey=CJWYjMEH
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This is juts ofr payments, correct? Or does this include co-op fees (for shipping supplies and such)?
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what if, for example, I run my own coop. Lets say I run a nursing necklace coop and give everyone 20% off or something- everyone pays ME directly including shipping, up front.

do I need to do this or would it alredy be included in my price anyway ( as I do when I price things- I already assume what my pp fee would be, etc). People woudl be paying me as goods anyway. So like there is no "host" b/c I"m hosting myself.
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noted for co-ops from here on out
for co-ops that are already started (such as the one I am running and have already handled all but shipping for) does any of this apply? Or should this be the policy for co-ops started from here on out?
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Old 07-31-2010, 07:25 AM
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This is juts ofr payments, correct? Or does this include co-op fees (for shipping supplies and such)?
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The Handling Fee is a Paypal-approved way of combining the co-op fee and the cost of using their services. It's broken into two parts above because there are Paypal expenses for both times you send payment in a co-op.

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what if, for example, I run my own coop. Lets say I run a nursing necklace coop and give everyone 20% off or something- everyone pays ME directly including shipping, up front.

do I need to do this or would it alredy be included in my price anyway ( as I do when I price things- I already assume what my pp fee would be, etc). People woudl be paying me as goods anyway. So like there is no "host" b/c I"m hosting myself.
For a scenario like that where , we would probably run it like a Drop Ship co-op and cut out the HF1, since it's all going to be done in one fell swoop. Then it would just be the order subtotal plus HF2, which is .30 plus 3% of your shipping (strictly covering the shipping portion of the PP expense since the other is already built in to your pricing). Does that make sense? It's early...

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noted for co-ops from here on out
for co-ops that are already started (such as the one I am running and have already handled all but shipping for) does any of this apply? Or should this be the policy for co-ops started from here on out?
If you're already mid-payment process and have accepted some payments, I'd say finish the way you've started to avoid confusion and consider that co-op grandfathered in.

I do strongly recommend that co-ops that haven't accepted any payments and co-ops that have not started their shipping payment cycle adhere to the 'goods' payment requirement above. If your co-op payment has already been paid, just use the HF2 formula from the Drop Ship co-op scenario above (.30 plus 3% of the amount being sent). I'm hearing about more co-op hosts getting snagged by Paypal all the time, and it's just not worth the risk to try and sneak things past the system (not to mention that it's blatantly in violation of the terms we agree to when we use their services).
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Old 07-31-2010, 01:47 PM
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question - as hosts do we have to use the spreadsheets that you are working on? Some WAHMS have their own to make their odering process easy and for something like JT I already have one set up.

I guess what I'm asking is it going to be required or an option?
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also, I just read the refund policy. For anything that is a full refund, out of stock or not pp is going to keep the 30cents. So the way I'm reading the policy is if the item is out of stock and the host has to refund the full amount the buyer will not be assesed the 30cent fee, which leaves the host eating it. Is that how it's supposed to be worded?

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question - as hosts do we have to use the spreadsheets that you are working on? Some WAHMS have their own to make their odering process easy and for something like JT I already have one set up.

I guess what I'm asking is it going to be required or an option?
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also, I just read the refund policy. For anything that is a full refund, out of stock or not pp is going to keep the 30cents. So the way I'm reading the policy is if the item is out of stock and the host has to refund the full amount the buyer will not be assesed the 30cent fee, which leaves the host eating it. Is that how it's supposed to be worded?
I think we'd look at it on a case-by-case basis if there is a WAHM-provided spreadsheet that they prefer- this is where you'd partner with Kelly/Shopaholic. Otherwise, it would just simplify matters as far as handling fee calculation and make it easier for the buyers to have one consistent style to use.

As far as the .30 refund fee, it should easily be covered by the co-op fees in situations where the buyer isn't at fault. Each buyer is paying $1.50 in co-op fees over the two Handling Fees that's in addition to the .30 + 3% of total for each payment. When you consider how many people's orders are covered by .10 polymailers or free USPS packaging, there should be some leeway left over to cover the occasional .30 out of stock scenario where you have to refund. (In a lot of those situations, the out of stock funds could just be credited toward the shipping expenses so that a refund might not even be necessary.) If this becomes excessive and it's an issue, we can re-visit the policy.
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lots of info...thanks for keeping us posted
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good to know, i am from a very small town with very little selection so i love co-ops!
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sounds good
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