Overview

The Markup fees tab provides the list of all exchange fees created at the platform. Find, review, and edit fee details using the tab. A markup fee is a separate kind of commissioning when the exchange fee is included in the exchange rate and not charged as a separate transaction; therefore, it is not visible for a Client.

There are two ways to create a Markup fee:

  • using the functionality of the Markup fees tab

  • creating an FX Markup fee in the Price lists tab

It is strongly recommended not to use both ways at the same time.

Related pages

Orders
Price lists

Opening the item

Follow the steps below to see the list of fees:

  1. Navigate to the Admin Panel.

  2. Click Exchange on the left sidebar.

  3. Go to the Markup fees menu item to open the List.

Follow the steps below to browse fee details:

  1. Navigate to the Admin Panel.

  2. Click Exchange on the left sidebar.

  3. Go to the Markup fees menu item.

  4. Click Show/Edit in the Action column to open the details.

Component parameters

Currency – the column shows a currency pair the markup fee is set for.

Percent - the column defines the exchange fee in the percent rate;

Fixed amount – an additional exchange fee defined by a fixed sum (if applied);

Type – defines the side of the exchange order – buy or sell;

Payment method – the column shows the payment method defined for the fee (if specified):

  • Empty (Any) – the fee is applied for all exchange orders;

  • Card – the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s external card;

  • Sepa - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s external account;

  • Skrill - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s Skrill wallet;

  • Neteller - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s Neteller wallet;

Code – the column includes additional keys applied as internal conventions that can define personal fee application;

Status – defines whether the fee setup is Active or Disabled;

Created at – date and time of the fee creation;

Action – show or edit fee details.

  • Click Show to open the fee details with no right to edit them;

  • Click Edit to open the fee with the right to edit the details.

Filters – search for fee setups by certain parameters. Search is filtered by the following parameters, multiple-choice is available:

  • From currency – a unique currency code defining the exchanged currency;

  • To currency - a unique currency code defining the target currency;

  • Type – buy/sell side;

  • Payment method - a payment method defined for the fee (if specified);

  • Status – active/disabled;

  • Code – additional conventional key, if provided;

Add new – create a new fee manually.

Configuring the component

The Fee details panel allows the user to browse and edit the Markup fee parameters. All the fields correspond to the parameters in the main list and fee creation pages.

From currency – a unique currency code defining the exchanged currency. The field does not provide drop-down lists – the currency code is to correspond to international standards to be applied;

To currency - a unique currency code defining the target currency. The field does not provide drop-down lists – the currency code is to correspond to international standards to be applied;

Type – buy/sell side of the exchange order;

Status – defines whether the fee setup is Active or Disabled;

Percent – the exchange fee in the percent rate. The input parameter can be specified up to two decimals.

Fixed fee – an additional exchange fee defined by a fixed sum.

Payment method – the payment method defined for the fee:

  • Any – the fee is applied for all exchange orders;

  • Card – the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s external card;

  • Sepa - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s external account;

  • Skrill - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s Skrill wallet;

  • Neteller - the fee is applied for exchange transactions that are charged from a Client’s Neteller wallet;

Markup Code - additional conventional keys.