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How do my customers pay me?



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How do my customers pay me?

I am keen to create my service at SEOCLERKS. However, I am having some doubts regarding the payment method. May I know how do my customers pay me for my service? Do they pay directly to my paypal account or to my SEOCLERK account? What is my minimum amount to withdraw my earning?

Can I redeem through my paypal account? I am really confused now.

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Authord

Your customers will pay into your SEO clerk account, and then you will withdraw through PayPal or any other payment service offered. You don't have to think like that though, because no company will allow payment to go straight into your personal account, without going through them. They will have to intercept it first, before sending it to you.



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peachpurple

oh thanks very much, may I know what is the minimum amount to pay out at SEO clerk account?



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augusta

I have read on here that the pay into your SEOclerks account and I think the site takes some percentage which I'm not so sure of the figures now and there's a minimum payout and the pay through PayPal. For further enquires you could check the site terms and conditions.



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overcast

SEOClerk is escrow entity here. So the client pays them. You do their work. Once the work is completed the Payment is released. And you get paid. There is going to be transaction fee from their side. So that's something common across the sites to cover their cost. You get paid in payoneer and paypal. Client can pay the seoclerk through credit card via paypal or other means. That is pretty much the system is here or on any other escrow based marketplace.



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peachpurple

thanks very much, I understand the situation now. Appreciated



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DarthHazard

When you complete a service for someone, the money for that service will be added to your SEOClerks account balance. This can be viewed from this page: https://www.seoclerk.com/balance/sales. It will also show you what money you have that can be taken out of your account and what money needs to be cleared first. You can press the "Withdraw your earnings" button on the right to request the money to be sent to your PayPal account.



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Authord

Are you sure about the escrow services, because I just went through their terms and service and it's clearly started that they don't use escrow. Or is there something I'm not getting?.



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Rumu

The last comment has said it all. I always make sure to read all necessary informations and inructions before or after signing up with a platform.



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wiseagent

This is exactly what I always do to avoid possible frustrations. If the options that are available are not interesting to me, I'd rather avoid it (not because it's necessarily bad, but just because it doesn't match what I expect).

Simple like that. How do my customers pay me?



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Pixie06

If you check your settings then you will notice that there are different ways to get paid and PayPal is one of them. The minimum amount you can withdraw depends on the level you are currently at. If you are at a higher level then you will have more privileges and will be able to withdraw at a much lesser amount. In your case I can see that you are still at Level 1 and so the minimum withdrawal will be $15 for you. If you want more information I request you to check this page. https://www.seoclerk.com/userlevels/
Hope this helps.



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Tronia

This! I think that this comment explains it the best. You can use PayPal but it isn't necessary since SEOClerk supports other payment options as well. But basically you can imagine SEOClerk as sort of the middleman - you will always need to withdraw from here because the money doesn't directly go to your PayPal or some other account. It's how most of the platforms work.



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overcast

You explained it lot better than most of us in the comments. I have noticed that userlevels affect a lot higher for the users who are trying to have services and payments. I think rule of 15$ minimum is another thing that OP needs to know as well. Userlevels affect a lot for payment as well for the services.



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DarthHazard

I wasn't aware of the user levels system, to be honest, so thanks for sharing it. I always thought that whenever you got something in your balance, you could just request it straight away. I guess I was wrong. You have definitely explained it the best for the original poster so I am sure all her queries have been answered by your comment.



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peachpurple

thanks, I thought level 1 minimum payment request was $5 but I read wrongly, $5 is the minimum amount per task, I cannot put it $1 because of my level 1



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keen2write

I tend to use Paypal mainly, they pay you in your seoclerks balance then you can either withdraw or use your funds to get other services. I sometimes withdraw but not all the time as there is some great members on here which offer some great services.



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Judas2018

As I recall customers order from you through SEOClerks and once you perform the agreed upon task or tasks, the money is released into your paypal account. It's a good arrangement.



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azsdpa12

When you finish an administration for somebody, the cash for that administration will be added to your SEOClerks account adjust. It will likewise demonstrate to you what cash you have that can be removed from your record and what cash should be cleared first. You can press the "Pull back your income" catch on the privilege to ask for the cash to be sent to your PayPal account.



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