Can you explain all the fees I’m seeing in the order form?
When creating an order, you will see a few different charges that add to the total amount. The first is the item price, which is the price of the item sold at the retailer of your choice.
Here’s a breakdown of these charges, as shown in the image below.
Item cost = this is the cost of the item you are requesting on Grabr.
*If you found this item on sale, you should add a note to your traveler with the coupon code needed to attain the discounted price.
Service fee = This is a service charge used to cover Grabr’s transaction fees and operational costs.
Applicable taxes = Grabr auto-calculates sales tax for US travelers, as this is a required fee for anybody buying an item in the United States.
*Since your traveler needs to pay this in order to order, receive, pack and deliver your item, we’ve included this in your order total.
Traveler fee = the amount of money we recommend you pay your traveler for buying and delivering your item.
*Grabr uses machine learning to recommend this amount, but the traveler may request more money if your item is particularly difficult to find or pack. Expect to pay between 15-25% of the item’s total cost.
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- Who are Grabr Travelers?
- How do I communicate with my traveler?
- How does Grabr work?
- How do I create an order?
- What can I order on Grabr?
- Can I request two items in one order?
- What happens after I create an order?
- My order has no delivery offers.
- What types of coupons do you have?
- Can I message potential travelers?