CollabPay has the ability to use ‘PayPal Payouts’ to pay collaborators automatically. You can also use Stripe Payouts; check this guide to learn more.
Before we begin with PayPal Payouts, you need to set up the following:
Using PayPal Payouts will also incur a 2% fee for each payout. These are PayPal fees, and CollabPay is not in control of this. The fees cannot exceed the total value of $14 USD for domestic transactions and $90 USD for international transactions. This may vary depending on your currency. See more about PayPal Payout fees here.
Funding your PayPal
PayPal does not allow you to pay via Payouts using bank accounts or cards. You need to have funds in your PayPal balance. Learn more here.
The majority of store owners use PayPal as a payment gateway for their store, which means funds are constantly being added to the balance. You will need to use this balance to pay your Collaborators, or you can fund your PayPal yourself.
If you are using two gateways, for example – Shop Pay and PayPal. Roughly 50% of all sales go via PayPal on average with stores that use CollabPay. This means you should have plenty of funds in your PayPal account to pay Collaborators.
Simply press the button, and it will direct you to a login page.
You will need to apply to use “PayPal Payouts” for CollabPay automated payouts.
Please go to this page and click the “Request access” link that is in the red box.
Want to learn about how CollabPay works? See our guide on the workflow of CollabPay and how it works.
CollabPay Founder, lead developer and amateur bowler.