Frequently Asked Questions

How Selling Works on the Link and Penny

Joining Link and Penny and becoming a vendor is free. There are two basic selling fees: a transaction fee and a payment processing fee.

Once an item sells, there is a 7% transaction fee on the sale price. If you accept payments through Link and Penny Payments, we also collect a 3% + $0.30 payment processing fee when an item is sold.

How do I get paid?

Making sales with Link And Penny is easy. You may accept payments from a wide variety of payment methods including credit and debit cards, PayPal, and Stripe. Funds from your sales are available for withdrawal from your vendor dashboard.  Once a withdrawal request is submitted, funds are deposited directly to your bank account or your PayPal.

What do I need to do to become a vendor?

It’s easy to become a vendor on the Link And Penny. Create an Link And Penny account (if you don’t already have one) and Go to Vendor Dashboard. From the Dashboard you can choose a shop name, set your shop location, provide your contact information, categorize your shop, link your social media, select your hours of operation and create a listing.

The dashboard also allows you to define your own return policy,  create your own shipping rates as well as coupons and see reports on sales and earnings.

* Currently vendors are limited to Bedford county TN, Coffee county TN, Franklin county TN, Giles county TN, Lawrence county TN, Lincoln county TN, and Moore county TN, Madison county AL, and Limestone county AL.

What can I sell on The Link and Penny?

The Link and Penny provides a marketplace for local businesses and crafters to sell their goods both handmade and non-handmade.

Please refer to our Terms of Service for a list of items that cannot be sold on the platform.