Could you please share your biggest amount withdraw from fiverr… (Just for motivation Purpose Only)
Mine has been above $100 too.
As kjblynx said, publicly stating that you wait until you accumulate a huge amount for withdrawal is a magnet for scammers and hackers.
mine was 99999999 last week santa gave it
Reply to @kjblynx:
I don’t want to disclose your monthly income…
I just want to know the biggest amount withdraw by you on fiverr
One more question
Is this safe to store a lot of money in your account or not?
Reply to @glowindia: Not really. You have no protection in case fiverr goes bust overnight (unlikely, but possible).
The money would be better in your own account, protected from fraud, and accumulating interest for you each month.
how do we know you gona tell a cracker to target a specific user ?
your a seller share us all your earnings.
Reply to @mrproofreading: Is it? Banks pay almost nothing in interest. Even if you got a certificate of deposit, you’d be lucky to earn 4%, I think most of them pay 2% or less. At this point my savings account is just a place to store money, nothing more. I use it because buying gold bullion or keeping cash at home is dumb. At least with the bank you have security.
Reply to @fastcopywriter: That’s right, but it’s a matter of volume. I frequently withdraw and send my money to my cash ISA (and other savings account). I’d prefer to have my money safely stored in my own bank account, accumulating small amounts of interest, rather than leaving it with fiverr, earning me nothing, and at risk.
Reply to @fastcopywriter: Also, in England, your credit rating is partially based on the cash you have available in bank accounts (liquidity), which is a bonus.
Reply to @mrproofreading: Those are great points. Maybe I need a better savings account. The truth is most of my life I’ve been a spender, not a saver. As soon as I have money I have the itch to spend it, Fiverr has helped me delay that itch, but I must learn on my own. Now I’m proud of the $840 I have in my savings account. I hope to have more soon.
Reply to @fastcopywriter: I’ve pretty much been the same for most of my life. The easiest way to save it to have something to save for.
Without a goal, I find myself 1000x more likely to dip into my savings, as doing so has no negative consequence.
Reply to @mrproofreading: The challenge is not losing focus of yoru goal. Tomorrow I want to buy an $18,000 Prius, but today I’m tempted by the Smith & Wesson Bodyguard for $500, or wait a minute, Thanksgiving is coming, maybe I should buy a Las Vegas travel package for $500. That’s how my mind words, but thank goodness I’m getting better with delayed gratification and prioritizing. Now the only luxuries I allow myself are fast food, movies, the occasional video game, and other things that are relatively inexpensive. Big purchases are postponed for now.