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Paypal transfer available?


#1

IS there a way to transfer funds to paypal? I find $3 per bank transfer expensive. Considering for every $5, there is $1 gone to fiverr already. Thanks


#2

It will be much better if you withdraw funds when they are in 3 digits, Let your revenue stay in your fiverr account,If you think its not safe its supersafe in here even i have some

Because if you keep taking away every single time when the funds are cleared
you will be paying 5$ for every 20$


#3

Yes, I get it through paypal.


#4

Actually the best is Payoneer card to have and yes, try to transfer as much as possible, it gets much cheaper this way.
I use the Payoneer for that and I pay only 1$ for any transferred amount,


#5

Withdrawing Funds
more: http://support.fiverr.com/hc/en-us/articles/204060786-Withdrawing-Funds

When you have a balance in your seller account, you can withdraw your funds to either your PayPal account, credit your Fiverr Revenue Cardtm, or transfer money to your bank account (“Direct Deposit” in the U.S.).

Notes:

You can withdraw money 14 days after the order is marked as completed. The waiting period for Top Rated Sellers is seven days.

You can only withdraw once per 24 hours. 

To withdraw funds from your account:

Once logged in, place your mouse over your username and click Selling > Revenues.
If you have money available in the AVAILABLE FUNDS area, then you have three possible options to withdraw funds.

PayPal

If you setup your account with PayPal, then in the WITHDRAW area, click PayPal Account.
A notification appears indicating the withdrawal process has started and you will receive an email. You need to click the link in the email to continue this process.

Notes:

The email is sent to the email associated with your PayPal account. If you do not have a PayPal account associated with your Fiverr account, you will need to set one up. See Setting Up Your PayPal Account.
The fee to withdraw is 2% of the sum withdrawal amount, up to $1.
The minimum withdrawal amount is $1.

Fiverr Revenue Card

If you setup your account with a Fiverr Revenue Cardtm, then in the WITHDRAW area, click Fiverr Revenue Cardtm.
A notification appears indicating the withdrawal process has started and you will receive an email. You can decide whether you want the funds put in your card immediately, within two hours, or within two days.

Notes:

The minimum withdrawal with the Fiverr Revenue Cardtm is $20.
The fee to withdraw is $1 within 2 days, and $3 within 2 hours (the option to choose is available during withdrawal). For more information, see Pricing and Fees.

Bank Transfer

Click Bank Transfer.
A notification appears indicating the registration process has started and you will receive an email. You need to click the link in the email to continue this process.

Notes:
    The email link takes you to a landing page. Click Get Started and continue with the registration process through Payoneer’s website.
    There is a $3 charge per withdrawal. Additional fees may apply based on your location and currency.
    The minimum withdrawal amount is $50.

Direct Deposit (Only available in the U.S.)

Click Direct Deposit.
A notification appears indicating the registration process has started and you will receive an email. You need to click the link in the email to continue this process.

Notes:
    The email link takes you to a landing page. Click Get Started and continue with the registration process through Payoneer’s website.
    There is a $1 charge per withdrawal.
    The minimum withdrawal amount is $5.
    You cannot have the Fiverr Revenue Cardtm and Direct Deposit simultaneously.

#6

The Best way to withdrawal your money from Fiverr account every last of the month with paypal method. It is fabulous way… i am using from 2 years.


#7

Simple answer: yes you can withdraw via PayPal. Paypal is one of the best source for withdraw amount from fiverr account. Thanks


#8

For countries were PayPal is available, you can withdraw instantly for $1 (which is then a free transfer to your bank).

Your profile says you are in the UK, however you also say your names is Rose whilst the image you are using for your profile photo is for “Jayne Cook” who has multiple social profiles across the web, including LinkedIn.

This would lead me to believe you are not actually based in the UK, or the person in your profile photo and the reason you’re asking about alternative withdrawal methods is because you don’t see any PayPal option as it’s not available within your country, making the revenue card the only option.


#9

hi @sanmeet :slight_smile:
I’m curious why you love this schedule so much? Is there something about the last day of the month + once a month, that is better than sat, once every 2 months, or every 15th of the month, etc.? Thanks


#10

$3? I pay $1. I didn’t know the UK was that expensive.

I also hope you’re trying to transfer SIGNIFICANT amounts of money, $50 to $500, not not $5. Personally, I won’t bother transferring a penny unless I have $300. I need REAL MONEY to make a real difference, to pay my bills.


#11

@tatoo_pvt thanks for the copy paste. :slight_smile:
From the explanation about Paypal, it says above: "The fee to withdraw is 2% of the sum withdrawal amount, up to $1."
I’m confused by this sentence. 2% of total amount - ok this makes sense.
up to $1 - does this mean: the total fee will be no more than $1 (= if you withdraw more than $50 at once, the fee will be $! and not $2)??
Thanks :slight_smile:


#12

This means the most Paypal charges at one time is $1.


#13

agree


#14

yes, if you withdraw $200, You will receive $199. but if you withdraw $20, they will charge 2% but no more than $1.


#15

Thanks both.