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Add Payment Methods [ ACTIVE THREAD / ACTIVE DISCUSSION ] - Suggestions [UPDATE NEW METHODS 9/18/15]


#1

I see many posts in different forum categories about the payment methods on Fiverr. To help unify these, I am opening a thread to redirect all requests for new payment methods or suggestions generally involving payment methods.



UPDATE NEW METHODS 9/18/15: “We’re now enabling sellers to withdraw Fiverr revenue directly to local bank accounts in local currency through Bank Transfer or, for U.S. Sellers, via Direct Deposit.” See:

http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/83429/announcing-a-new-way-to-withdraw-your-fiverr-earnings




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#2

Don’t know if it would be too much of a hassle, but direct deposit would be lovely.


#3

I would assume that you get paid as an affiliate the same way, via paypal?

This is the what I am referring to: http://support.fiverr.com/hc/en-us/articles/205654287-How-does-the-referral-program-work-

Sheriff’s Note: Your shortened link has been replaced and you can thank @kjblynx for that. Ordinarily shorted links are just removed.


Fiverr Customer Support

http://support.fiverr.com


#4

Please add withdrawal to SKRILL account.
Please add withdrawal directly to bank account using SWIFT transfer.
Please add withdrawal to bitcoin.

Any of these would help a great deal in countries where paypal does not operate.

Thank you.



#5

please add WU or SKRILL account!

Thanks


#6

Fiverr, please also see archived thread on payment methods: http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/276/moneybookers-intergration-archived-redirected#Item_47

There seems to be much buyer and seller support for more payment and withdrawal options. :slight_smile:



#7

UPDATE NEW METHODS 9/18/15: “We’re now enabling sellers to withdraw Fiverr revenue directly to local bank accounts in local currency through Bank Transfer or, for U.S. Sellers, via Direct Deposit.” See:
http://forum.fiverr.com/discussion/83429/announcing-a-new-way-to-withdraw-your-fiverr-earnings