Coupons Payment
Hi
I have a PhD in mathematics, however despite this I cannot understand Udemy coupons. For a simple example a student just purchased my course using the promotion link I sent to the class. The coupon was $14.99 and 97% of that is $14.54, however I only received $10.74 which seems to make no sense.
I contacted support about similar issues and am still waiting. They initially sent a vague answer which is impossible to understand. All I want to know is exactly how $10.74 was computed. Now if $10.74 is 97% of something then that means the student actually paid: $11.07216494845.
Where did this number come from? I assume this means 14.99 = 11.07216494845?
Does anyone have any idea since this is the first time I haven't received a clear answer from support? I have other examples but I just wanted to keep it simple.
Thanks!
Ron
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To see exactly how that was calculated go to:
Performances > Overview, then click Revenue Report which is below the chart, then click on the concerned period (for example: March 2024), and you will see for each payment how much taxes, transaction fees and share revenue are.
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Oh, didn't know that. I'll check that out.
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You joined udemy deals which will make your course price down to 12$ so you accepted 10$
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