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Clickworker Payment Method: Which One's Right for You?

Clickworker Payment Method: How to Get Paid Easily

PayPal

PayPal is a popular payment method available to most Clickworkers around the world, with some exceptions in countries where PayPal cannot be used to receive payments. The weekly payment run for PayPal transfers is processed between Wednesday to Friday. Only amounts of $10 or more will be paid out. Any amounts less than $10 will be carried over to the next week. You must own the PayPal account to receive payments through this method.

Unfortunately, PayPal payments are not available to Clickworkers in the USA, Canada or Mexico.

Payoneer

Payoneer is available to Clickworkers in many countries. The weekly payment run for Payoneer transfers is also processed between Wednesday to Friday. Only amounts of $20 or more will be paid out. Any amounts less than $20 will be carried over to the next week. You must own the Payoneer account to receive payments through this method. Each Payoneer account can only be connected to one Clickworker account.

SEPA

SEPA is a direct bank transfer method for Clickworkers living in Europe. SEPA payment runs are processed twice a month, between the 1st to 3rd and 15th to 17th. Only amounts of $10 or more will be paid out. Any amounts less than $10 will be carried over to the next payment run. Since bank-to-bank transfers take time to process, it may take a few days for SEPA payments to reach your account. You do not need to own the bank account to receive SEPA payments.

ACH

ACH stands for Automated Clearing House, an electronic network for bank-to-bank money transfers in the USA. ACH is currently only available to Clickworkers living in the USA. The weekly payment run for ACH transfers is also processed between Wednesday to Friday. Only amounts of $10 or more will be paid out. Any amounts less than $10 will be carried over to the next week. Since ACH bank-to-bank transfers take time to process, it may take a few business days for payments to reach your account. Your bank account must be a personal account to receive ACH payments.

If none of the above payment methods are available to you, unfortunately Clickworker cannot pay you at this time. Clickworker is continuously working to expand payment options to more countries and regions.

Clickworker aims to pay all clickworkers promptly and securely for the work they have completed. The availability of payment methods depends on the country you live in, as Clickworker has to comply with international banking laws and regulations. Clickworker is working continuously to expand the number of payment options to more countries and regions so that more clickworkers around the world can participate and get paid for their work.

Some tips for clickworkers regarding the payment process:

  • Make sure your payment details like PayPal email, bank account number, etc. are entered correctly to avoid delays in payments.
  • Meet the minimum payout thresholds for your chosen payment method to get paid on schedule.
  • Be aware of the payment run dates for your payment method so you know when you can expect to receive your payments.
  • Check your payment statements regularly to ensure there are no issues with your payments.
  • Contact Clickworker support immediately if there are any problems with your payments.

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