Is interest Haram when you're being charged a percentage as a "sales fee"?

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Asked at 2012-08-12 07:05:38
Salam Alaikoum . I am a jewelry designer, and I sell my pieces online at a website that has the same idea of eBay. I charge a flat fee to post an item for a certain period of time, but when I sell a piece , I charge a percentage commission for each transaction. Is it haram for me to participate in this type of contract.

I cut the credit cards and savings accounts, because they want to deal with the guilt or grief of interest. Do not take loans from banks or even people who really, and even stop paying hefty job in efforts to have a Muslim lifestyle . I have no way to sell my pieces, as well as exhibitions of handicrafts, but still, many sellers are prepared to accept credit cards.

Allah is the provider, and I have complete faith in him, but I want to make sure I'm making the right decisions and take the right actions. Thanks for your responses. Khayr ou Jazaka'llah :-).
Answer1The Dark Network Answered at 2012-08-17 20:28:30
"Not everyone who says to me ,`
Lord, Lord, shall enter the kingdom of heaven ,
but he that doeth the will of my Father in heaven.
On that day many will say to me ,
' Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in Your name, cast out demons in your name ,
and do many miracles in thy name ? '
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