A cross-border fee is a type of credit card processing fee that is applied when a merchant in one country accepts payment for a transaction from a customer whose card was issued in another country.
For international payments outside the merchant's home country, a cross-border fee of 2% is charged on top of the transaction fees agreed upon in the contract.
The cross-border fee applies only to the 2Sell and 2Subscribe accounts.
Countries exempted from cross-border fees
Only merchants registered in the countries listed below are exempt from the cross-border fees:
- Czech Republic
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
Cross-border fees for high-risk countries
The cross-border fee may vary for countries considered high-risk (where the risk of fraud is high). For example, for Pakistan, the cross-border fee is 3%.