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    So why do all the withdrawal methods have an upper limit on the amount charged to affiliates except for QT which is 3% up to a max withdrawal of $40k.

    NT is 2% up to $30 and MB only $2 per transaction, also both to $40K.

    For QT that could be a $150 fee on a $5k commission. Even a wire xfer fee is only $35 with no upper limit on the amount transfered.

    Is it correct or an oversight?

    Personally, I don't like giving out my banking details for a wire.

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    Even better would be not to charge the fees to the affiliate. Many programs I work with do not pass the fee on.
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    Hi slotplayer,

    I agree with you 100%. QT’s commissions are indeed unfair. Of course, they can get away with this because their services are exclusive to the US market and they have no competitors.

    We at Affactive are always fighting on behalf of our customers to lower transaction commissions. In fact, we are presently communicating with QT’s management about better arrangements for our customers.

    If you wish, I will keep you posted about any news regarding this issue.

    Keep the faith,

    Rick

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    Most of the programs that I work with do NOT charge a fee to get our payments into QT.

    Don't forget that we also have to pay another fee to get the money OUT of QT, so you fees mean you are asking us to pay twice.

    Then of course most banks also charge a fee for the incoming wire.

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