Ah, I saw https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apple_Pay now, which says it
takes a part of the credit card fees, 0.15 % in the US. Lower in the
European Union as fees for credit cards must be lower than 0.3 %.
This would mean a normal credit card payment fee applies, isn't it?
On Nov 16,
The 30% you're referring to is the cut Apple takes for in-app purchases.
Apple Pay is a different platform; neither consumer, merchant, or in this
case, donor and receiver, are charged a fee.
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On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 4:06 AM, Antoine Musso wrote:
> On 15/11/16 02:12, Steven Walling wrote:
>> Given that payments on mobile are such a huge headache and
>> declining desktop traffic to Wikimedia properties, it might be an
>> interesting pilot to explore
On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 7:57 AM Lisa Gruwell wrote:
> Hi Steven-
> Yes, we are excited about Apple Pay's new ability to accept donations. It
> is on our product roadmap, but we are not certain yet when we will be
> rolling it out.
> And thanks, Amir, for
On 15/11/16 02:12, Steven Walling wrote:
Given that payments on mobile are such a huge headache and
declining desktop traffic to Wikimedia properties, it might be an
interesting pilot to explore nonetheless.
Going out of topic sorry. Regarding mobile and desktop traffic
One rather unrelated thing: if you buy from smile.amazon.com, Amazon
donates 0.5% of your purchase to a non-profit foundations of your choice.
WMF is there and I chose it as mine. Maybe we can lobby and ask them to put
it on top of the suggestions.
On Tue, Nov 15, 2016 at 4:42 AM Steven
Today Apple announced a bunch of 501(c)3 partners which now can use Apple
Pay to make instant donations. Announcement at:
Does WMF fundraising have plans to integrate with Apple Pay, especially on