Clickworkers can be easily paid through PayPal – but how?
July 17, 2014
What is PayPal exactly and how does it work?
PayPal is a service provider that offers online payment management. It works well, for example, if you want to make on-line purchases or book flights and would like to receive your payment from us in a fast and easy manner. Another advantage of PayPal is that you can use it anytime, anywhere, e.g. with a Smartphone.
Clickworker payments through PayPal
Important: Your PayPal account has to be verified before you can receive any payment from us. This is necessary because otherwise your payment may be returned to us instead of going into your account. For this reason, a few days after opening your account at PayPal you will receive a test transfer to confirm your account. You shall receive a confirmation email too. As soon as you have verified your PayPal account, you can enter the details in your Clickworker account in the “Payment Information” menu. Then enter your tax details and away you go. Please note: PayPal likes to play it safe and respects the EU Anti-Money Laundering Directives. Therefore, you are only allowed to receive a maximum of 2,500 euro per year within the European Union. In order to receive higher amounts, sooner or later your identity and address must be confirmed with PayPal. Once you have received 1,800 euro, you shall receive an e-mail, as well as information in your PayPal account. This contains the instructions on how to continue.
The PayPal account and payments in euro are free of charge. However, there are certain fees for various transactions – but dont’t worry: we cover the fees for clickworker payments. To be on the safe side, we recommend that you read the information given in the Terms and Conditions and in the PayPal Help Center: https://www.paypal.com/us/smarthelp/home
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Dieser Artikel wurde am 17.July 2014 von Amelie geschrieben.
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