so they just convert them when send it to bank? If so, this is really funny - because it means converting them to korunas and immediately back to euros?
That's exactly what they do Igor. As for the second conversion, there is none - they simply deduct their conversion rate from the transaction and don't convert anything. So it leaves as euro from them and comes to your account as euro - minus the fee for nothing that they deducted.
BTW - I am not satisfied with PayPal customer support at all - and now I use PayPal only when my client really prefers this way... I had some issue with PayPal three months ago - at it seems they have no CRM system - because we exchanged a lot of emails about the same issue - my email were allways answered by different representative who had absolute no knowledge about previous communication - so finaly I gave up and drastically reduced my use of PayPal...
I know exactly what you mean - moneybookers is far better option, but the problem is that apparently not many of my customers know about them yet.