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How to Get Your Fiverr Revenue INSTANTLY


#1

Some of you may already know this, but for those of you who have Paypal and have to wait 2-4 business days for bank transfers, you can get a Paypal Prepaid Visa Card.



Sometimes you need to pay bills or put gas in your car and can’t wait for your funds to be deposited into your bank account, so it can be used as an alternative.



When you sign up for the card, it’ll take 10-14 days to receive it in the mail.



How it works:


  1. Withdraw money from Fiverr.
  2. Confirm withdrawal via email.
  3. Transfer money from your Paypal account instantly onto your Prepaird Debit Card.



    There’s pros & cons to everything though, but it could definitely help as a back up option.



    Pro: Money is tranferred & available instantly.

    Con: There’s a monthly maintenance fee of $4.95. *Other fees may apply.



    Hope this helps! :slight_smile:



    -Nakita



    *Note: This is for funds that has already cleared and are available to be withdrawn from your Fiverr account into your Paypal.

#2

Thanks for your valued information. :slight_smile:

I use PAYONEER CARD to get instant Funds loaded in my CARD whenever i need them.


#3

Definitely a good option!


#4

Reply to @wingle: Cool. :slight_smile:


#5

Reply to @bsharpe1983: I know it’s been very beneficial to me this past month. :slight_smile:


#6

Great, but those who have no paypal can use fiverr revenue card and there is also option for instant load within 2 hours, off course there is a cons and it is you have to have minimum $20 for withdraw.



Enjoy your earning

DesignBangla


#7

Reply to @designbangla: I got the Fiverr Revenue Card when it was first available, but since it had so many fees, I never activated it. This post was geared toward sellers who do have Paypal, but that’s for the input.


#8

I have the PayPal debit card, and I love it, although my bank only takes one day for transfers. I don’t like to leave too much money in PayPal, though, because I learned the ahrd way that they are prone to locking your account for no reason, and you can’t get to the funds for anything. I usually just leave “walking around” money in there, and transfer the rest to my bank.


#9

Reply to @dsaldridge: Oh okay, cool. I love it too. It doesn’t take long to transfer money into my bank either, but why wait when you don’t have to. Its been times where I needed the money right away, so the prepaid card came in handy.