Transaction Fees

TutorTube uses PayPal to take payments, because they offer 3 vital benefits. PayPal is...

  1. Easy
  2. Safe & secure
  3. Trusted

As with all credit and debit card payment processing companies, PayPal levies a small fee per transaction. When a student pays, TutorTube processes this PayPal fee for you. We deduct the transaction fee from the amount the student pays. Then 100% of the remainder is yours!

The transaction fee deducted from the student fees directly mirrors the normal PayPal fee.

One of the key reasons that TutorTube chose PayPal as the payment processor is that while PayPal fees are very competitive, they offer a lot more than simple payment processesing. It is the trust, simplicity and security which will allow you to take your lesson payments comfortably and automatically, and for this to be OK with your students/parents.

So here are the transaction fees (click to enlarge) ...


As you can see, while the transaction fees starts at quite a competitive rate, it gets even better the more student fees you via your TutorTube account.

NOTE 1: Because of the collective bargaining power of the TutorPay tribe (all the tutors who use the TutorPay service), TutorTube will be decreasing the first fee level down from 3.4% to 2.9%, once we have completed negotiations with PayPal.

NOTE 2: Transaction Fee levels are calculated monthly. It is based on the total monthly revenue from 2 months before the current month. For example, the transaction fee level for March is based upon the total monthly revenue taken in January.

So the more students you have paying you via TutorTube, the less the transaction fees are to you. Plus you get all of the additional benefits of TutorTube completely FREE - like the invoices and bookkeeping, the Easy Admin Panel (to see who has paid, who hasn't, when their lessons are etc), the automated, recurring payments to you and the enhanced learning environment for our students.

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