Your subscription plan yearly revenue limit
In this article:
What is the yearly revenue limit?
Note: The revenue limit does not affect your ability to sell or limit any aspect of your store or account. If you exceed this amount, there will be overage fees assessed, only. Before there are any fees, we'll provide you with notifications.
Each of our subscription plans has a yearly revenue limit that is intended to match the stage that your business is in. When you reach the revenue limit of your plan, you'll upgrade to the next plan in the tier.
- The Starter plan revenue limit is $10,000
If you've made $10,000 or more in the last 12 months, we'll ask you to upgrade to the Business plan.
- The Business plan revenue limit is $50,000
If you've made $50,000 or more in the last 12 months, you'll upgrade to the Premium plan.
- The Premium plan revenue limit is $200,000
If you've made $200,000 or more in the last 12 months, you'll upgrade to a Custom plan. To start a Custom plan, please email our [email protected] for assistance.
If you reach and exceed your current plan revenue limit but choose not to upgrade your plan, you'll be charged a 2% overage fee. If you do upgrade, later on, the fees will no longer accumulate. But, any already accrued fees will be collected with your next payment.
What happens if I exceed the limit of my plan?
If you've exceeded your revenue limit and have not upgraded your account, there will be overage fees assessed. The overage fee is a 2% charge on every individual order placed in your store after you've exceeded the yearly revenue limit.
For example, if you've received an order for $100 since you've exceeded your subscription, then there will be a $2 charge accrued for this order. These fees will continue to be collected and then will be charged to your account at a regular interval until your account has been upgraded.
- For yearly plans, the fee is charged on the first of each month.
- For monthly plans, the fee is charged with your monthly invoice.
You can check your Sellfy invoice, which is available under Billing history in the Billing section of your account, to see if you've been charged fees and how much may have been charged, and during which dates they have been accrued.
Once your account has been upgraded to the new plan with the new revenue limit, the fees will no longer accumulate.
How is my yearly revenue limit calculated?
We'll start calculating your yearly revenue once you begin selling. All of the store sales in the most recent 12 months will count towards the revenue total.
You can see your current revenue measurement in your account. You'll go to Account > Billing.
The revenue will continue to be counted for the lifetime of your Sellfy account, but will only ever include the immediately previous 12 months. This revenue measurement will always be up-to-date. That way, if your store revenue were to drop or decrease, the store revenue limit would also reflect this change.
When does my revenue limit reset?
The yearly revenue limit does not reset during your subscription or at the time of renewal. We calculate the total amount of sales based on the previous 12 months, on an ongoing basis.
The revenue limit is a dynamic calculation for which the system takes into account the previous 12-month period. It is not a set 12-month period, but rather a period of up to 12 consecutive months, and your revenue in that measurement keeps rolling.