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Advice: Commission Policy/ TOS

I have started picking up commissions lately, and have discovered through following this group that it may be best to set up a commission policy or TOS to fall back on in case I come across any problems. I've drawn some resources from Graphic Artist's Guild Handbook of Pricing and Ethical Guidelines but I wanted to make sure that the tone of my TOS is right. I also wanted to ensure that I included as much possible as concisely as I possibly could while still outlining everything to protect myself and my commissioners.

Here is a link to my TOS (Link goes to Google Docs)

I appreciate the time and any suggestions or recommendations you may have.
Thank you for reading!

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fenrirs_child
Nov. 30th, 2011 03:20 pm (UTC)
Who pays the paypal fees? You do. It's against paypal's TOS to charge the buyer for using paypal's services. You just have to work the cost of the fees into your pricing.
adzuki
Nov. 30th, 2011 04:10 pm (UTC)
This, definitely.

While I agree with the other changes to my TOS I have always figured the Paypal fees as part of the cost of running a business, not to mention it's against their TOS to charge a buyer for a Paypal service.

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