With Superpeer, there are no monthly fees or any other recurring fees. You won't pay anything if you host free calls and streams. We only make money when you are making money on the platform. Read below to understand the fee structure.

Call Fees

With Superpeer, you have the freedom to set your own rate, so if you decide to charge $100 for a 1:1 call, your payment will be $100. Your follower will see the total price when they book their call with you, as well as a break-down explaining additional fees.

Service

Platform Fees

Transaction Fee

1:1 Calls

0%

3%

**Call transaction fees are paid by the peer when they complete their booking and payment.

So, If you set your call rate to $100:

Your peer will pay $103

You will receive a payout of $100


Livestream and Channel Fees

To help operate the Superpeer platform, including services like customer support and video conferencing, we charge a platform fee on all paid livestreams and channel subscriptions. Your followers will pay the price you have set in your subscription settings dashboard and you will receive their payment less 13%.

Service

Platform Fees

Transaction Fee

Livestreams

10%

3%

Channels

10%

3%

**Stream and Channel transaction & platform fees are deducted from the payout of your channel and livestream income.

So, If you charge a Channel Subscription price of $100:

Your subscriber will pay $100

You will receive a payout of $87

To read about our recent fee reduction, check out our Blog Post


Transferwise Withdrawal Fees

When you decide to withdraw your balance from Superpeer, our payout provider Transferwise charges a small transaction fee that ranges from about $1 to a few dollars depending on what currency you are withdrawing your payment to, and how large your transfer is.

To read more about Transferwise fees or to check how much the fee will be for your withdrawal, check out this link.

To make sure you aren't paying too much in Transferwise withdrawal fees, we recommend that you make less frequent, larger withdrawals from your Superpeer account.

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