MoreCommerce pays you via direct bank account deposit, or ACH. (MoreCommerce cannot pay by check or PayPal.)
Requirements to get paid
Make sure your financial information is updated to avoid any payment delays:
- Log in to your Merchant Toolkit
- In the Account menu, select the Banking/Billing option.
- Make sure your US-based bank account and routing numbers are saved on this page. For security reasons they will be starred out.
- Make sure your credit card is also listed on this page. (More info on this below.)
Are you based outside of the United States? MoreCommerce has partnered with World First and Payoneer as preferred issuers of USD accounts for international sellers to collect their funds and bring more profit home.
How much you'll get paid
MoreCommerce will pay you according to our half-month Payment Schedule. For each half-month pay period, your total payment will include:
- Payments for any orders delivered and scanned within the relevant period.
- If we do not receive a delivery scan on an order for some reason, you will be paid on the estimated delivery date associated with the Economy shipping service level applicable to the point of origin indicated in Merchant’s account settings.
- Minus payments for any orders that are canceled or returned within the relevant period.
- Fees for any orders placed within the relevant period.
- For any orders that are canceled or returned within the relevant period, MoreCommerce may refund some or all of the relevant fees.
Your Merchant Plan and your Boosts are billed separately.
You can read the Payment Schedule and Fees articles for more details. Remember:
- MoreCommerce issues fees when an order is placed; MoreCommerce issues payments once the order is scanned as delivered by a supported carrier.
- Each ACH payment reflects the activity (orders, shipments, returns, and cancellations) that occurred within a given half-month period.
So if a shopper buys one of your products on the 15th of a given and it is scanned as delivered on the 17th, MoreCommerce will include the fees in one pay period and the payment in the next pay period.
Cancellations, returns, and fees can sometimes sum up to a negative amount for a pay period. In those cases, MoreCommerce will bill your credit card for the amount.