We're 15 people, grossing ~300k USD a month on Stripe. We have 1.2% in fees.
2.9% per transaction for our 4 person company, we share the single account we have.
Since the beginning of the year, I'm at 3.58% on average of Stripe fee (fee/total amount)
We pay the standard 2.9% + 30 cents. Pricing is fixed.
Our team of 40 people pay 2.9% for Stripe. It was the standard rate when we signed, but we were just starting then.
Stripe is charging us 1.9% + .30 for cards and .25 cents for ACH. The card pricing was grandfathered in via a previous company we worked with that they purchased. The ACH pricing is the "beta" price for ACH, but they never raised it. I know they charge 2% to a lot of newer customers for that, and their base credit card pricing was 2.9% in 2017 for cards. This doesn't include their premium reporting but it does include unlimited free onboarding of new submerchant accounts - something you don't usually get from anyone else!
2.9% plus 30¢ per transaction
2.9% + .30 per transaction. It looks like it negotiable for businesses doing a high volume.
2.9% + $0.30 per transaction, although they mentioned they can give discount at $100k MRR. Got $50k in one-time fee credits when I tried to negotiate.
2.9% + $0.30 per processed payment. I use Stripe for no day job freelance projects that combined average < $500k in processed payment annually. Despite relatively low numbers, I have still gotten amazing customer support, including an engineer on the phone. Two thumbs up.
~2.9% processing fees + 2% currency conversion fees.
Older grandfathered accounts include 'Stripe billing' at no added charge.
Right now we are paying 2.9% + $0.30. However, we're just starting to chat with them about going down to 2.5% or 2.2% on hitting milestones of payment volume ($80k) and total AMEX cards being less than 10% of cards processed.
We're paying 2.3% + 0.3%, plus 1% for foreign cards, and an additional 0.4% for recurring charges. This was negotiated pretty hard for a volume of 300k/mo
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