Sellers may be charged for using some of Isle 4’s services, depending on which plan. All Vendors begin in the FREE plan. See pricing here. This Fees & Payments Policy explains your fees, bills and taxes and how to pay them.
1. Types of Fees
Sellers may be required to pay the following types of fees:
There are NO listing fees!
When you make a sale through Isle 4.com, you will be charged a transaction fee in accordance with our pricing chart.
Only upon an item selling will you be charged a commission. There are varying degrees of commission charges, however the beginner plan is 8% + transaction fees.
Isle 4 does not currently offer any forms of paid advertising. You may promote your store with our brand logo.
The cost of the shipping label will depend on your shipping carrier, and the origin, destination, weight, and dimensions of the package. Shipping is the Vendor’s responsibility
All listings must appear in Canadian funds and will be processed as Canadian. We hope to make Isle 4 available to Vendors around the globe shortly.
2. Fee Avoidance
Any action by a seller to avoid paying a fee is considered fee avoidance and is strictly prohibited by Isle 4. This includes, for example, encouraging buyers to purchase an item in your Isle 4 shop through another venue. The price stated in each listing description must be an accurate representation of the sale. Sellers may not charge excessive shipping fees. Sellers may not alter the item’s price after a sale for the purpose of avoiding Isle 4 transaction fees, misrepresent the item’s location, or use another user’s account without permission.
3. Isle 4 Payments
When you sell an item, Isle 4 processes the payment and pays you.
You are responsible for collecting and paying any taxes associated with using and making sales through Isle 4’s services.
List all items BEFORE tax. Tax will be calculated during a customer’s checkout.
5. Isle 4 Coupons
Isle 4 allows Vendors to create coupons. It is up to the Vendor to apply Restrictions and Limits for each coupon (Eg, list your coupon’s expiry date, and perhaps impose a limitation as to how many products each coupon allows a customer to purchase with the coupon)