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i got about $45 but received only $36? why?



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i got about $45 but received only $36? why?

I got about $45 from a gig but received only $36? why?

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ionicware

SEOClerks takes a 20% cut of your orders. $45 * .2 = $9 and $45 - 9 = $36.



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tacitinc

All of the authority gig sites charge 20%... I doubt that is going to change any time soon, no matter how many people complain. Its the price of doing business, keep in mind they have allot of work / fee's to incur to keep the site going. I would love to see it knocked down to 15 or 10%, but I'd also like a gold toilet seat... i got about $45 but received only $36? why?



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seoguy

I see. I thought the person who bought my gig didn't have balance. I think I'm gonna have to calculate my prices this time.



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shaarx

Balance will be add after 1-7 days Completion of Project depending on Seller Levels... So you can See Actual Balance in Your Account at that time only !
https://www.seoclerks.com/balance?tab=sales at this Page.
But Although you can See that Payment in 'Upcoming Payments'



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blackhatworld

20 % commission deduct from site on every sell..



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Sunil

Jordon, thanks for this beautiful community for learn and earn. So admin deserving 2%



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hamids9898

Seo clerks must charge 10% , 20% is so much

http://clip2net.com/s/1S8tZ

I had got order for 80$ and i got 64$
40$ order i got 32$
5$ order i got 4$
40$ order i got 32$
120$ order i got 96$

This is so much



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bestsocialseo

Because seoclerk will take 20% from all your earnings....



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Dajon

if you make $1 gig..you will get $0.8...its mean $0.2 (20% charge)



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jakemadness

You only received that amount back from sales because of the 20% deduction on each sale.
Example: 

1$ - 20% = 0.80$
5$ - 20% = 4$
7$ - 20% = 5.60$


Best regards ~Jake



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