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    I'm in the process of becoming a Palm developer (for webos) to sell my app and I'm about to sign up for paypal, but I'm not sure which account to sign up for. Can I just get a PayPal personal account? Do i have to get a premier or business one? Do any of them cost money? (It's not clear from paypal's site) Thanks!
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    I just have a personal account, but I may change to a business account later on.
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    I'm using a personal account currently. You do need to have a verified account though. And that can take up to a few days so be prepared to wait.
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    A personal account is fine. The only cost to you (other than Palms chunk) is Paypal will also take a slice of every transaction
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldj View Post
    A personal account is fine. The only cost to you (other than Palms chunk) is Paypal will also take a slice of every transaction
    Other developers on here have indicated that they didn't have to pay the paypal fees. I hope that's true.
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    Other developers on here have indicated that they didn't have to pay the paypal fees. I hope that's true.
    If that is true (and I sure hope it is), thats a great move by Palm negotiating that.......Whats in it for Paypal to provide the service though?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ldj View Post
    If that is true (and I sure hope it is), thats a great move by Palm negotiating that.......Whats in it for Paypal to provide the service though?
    I would guess Palm is covering the Paypal charges out of their 30% share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanPLC View Post
    I would guess Palm is covering the Paypal charges out of their 30% share.
    Well then that's a big Kudos to Palm for doing that.....very cool of them indeed!
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    Yeah, Palm takes 70% of your sales, but there is no paypal fee at all. I received my first payment for November sales on December 22nd around 9:30pm. Completely random.

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