Let's look at an example of a $100 order going through a Carro retailer.

Let's say the revenue split is:
Retailer: 25%
Supplier: 70%
Carro: 5%

When a customer purchases an item from the retailer's store, the retailer captures the payment in full ($100).

Then, the retailer's credit card is charged the wholesale price of the product to account for the supplier's share ($70).

This $70 is routed to the supplier's bank account via Stripe.

This leaves the retailer with $30 of the sale.

Carro's 5% is accounted for as 2.5% from each both brands, but at the end of the retailer's Shopify billing cycle, Carro charges its 5% to the retailer, which in this case is $5 (this can be reported as one charge or broken down into line items for bookkeeping).

This leaves the retailer with $25, the supplier $70, and Carro 5$.

NOTE: Retailers are still responsible for paying Shopify's processing fees, and suppliers are still responsible for paying Stripe's processing fees.

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