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Bolt Fee Types
Learn about the types of fees that Bolt may charge and how they work.

This article covers the types of fees that Bolt merchants may be charged and how they work.

Fees are a highly individualized aspect of a merchant’s contract agreement that depend on many factors such as the payment processing stack and unique blend of features in your implementation.

For information about fees specific to your implementation, please contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM).

Fee Types

Bolt Checkout Fees

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Processing Fees

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Add-On Fees

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When Fees are Assessed

Bolt collects fees on transaction capture.

Bolt Checkout Fees

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Processing Fees

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Add-On Fees

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Fee Refunds

Bolt collects fees on transaction capture.

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VOIDED TRANSACTIONS Because voids can only be performed before capture, Bolt will not collect any fees on voided transactions and the merchant will not bear that cost.

Fee type Transaction partially voided Transaction voided in full Transaction partially or fully refunded Explanation
Bolt Checkout Fee Fees only assessed on captured funds. No fees assessed. Fees only assessed on captured funds. If any funds remain in a captured state, these fees are not eligible for refund because they are assessed upon authorization.
Processing Fee Fees only assessed on captured funds. No fees assessed. Fees only assessed on captured funds. Processing fees are refundable if no processing occurred.
Add-On Fees Fees fully assessed regardless of authorization and capture status. Full refund Fees only assessed on captured funds. If any funds remain in a captured state, these fees are not eligible for refund because they are assessed upon authorization.

Billing

For merchants using Bolt Payments, most fees are settled daily in your funding statements. One-time fees such as an integration fee will be invoiced via email.

For merchants using the gateway processing model, fees are invoiced monthly via email. Your merchant contract determines the period within which you must pay an outstanding invoice.

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