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Incorrect Expected Earnings

Hi!

In short: My gig offers $70. The order status is active & not delivered yet. But the Revenue tab shows me Expected Earnings of: $56. Why is that so?
Like I won’t be paid $70, but $56, is that so? It’s incorrect…: (

Can someone please explain me?
Thanks a lot in advance :two_hearts:

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Hello @duaemran - Fiverr takes 20% as commission. 70 x .80 = $56.

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Fiverr takes 20% from your order as the fee. You will only receive 80%.

Total offer: $70
Your revenue: (70/100)*80 = $56

You will receive your revenue ($56) after completing the order.

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@duaemran $56 is your expected earning. When your buyer accept your delivery it add on pending clearance part.
Fiverr tasks are 20%. So, you get $56 from $70 budget. That means it is your expected earning now.

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Thank you for the info :relaxed::heart:! I didn’t exactly knew how much Fiverr takes.

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Alright, got it! Thank you :relaxed: for the update

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As everyone else said, Fiverr takes 20%. You get 80%. Hope this helps! :wink:

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Yeah got it! I wasn’t aware with the exact fee deduction. Thank you :blush:!

No problem! Have a great day! :slight_smile:

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Thank you, same to you!^^

Maybe you could take a look to Fiverr’ ToS at https://www.fiverr.com/terms_of_service
And follow this link for payment info: https://www.fiverr.com/content/payments-terms-and-conditions

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I look at the 20% that Fiverr takes as a commission they deserve for giving me ‘free’ access to this platform where I find some steady freelance work.

I have adjusted my fees accordingly to factor in the Fiverr amount so that I still retain what I think is fair for me for the work I complete.

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