Hello! My question is… when a buyer buys a gig with Fiverr credit, does the seller receive credits instead of money? I couldn’t find the answer anywhere so here I am. I’m a seller on Fiverr and I have a lot of Fiverr credit (the money you can only use in the platform) but I never deposited anything.
Check this out: https://www.fiverr.com/content/payments-terms-and-conditions
There is a section on Fiverr credits.
I have already read that. It doesn’t mention anything.
HI, I’m new here and saw your post. I read that section too and I am experiencing quite the learning curve! I wish someone would translate the “legal - eze” into regular English. I love learning new things but it is really frustrating when I don’t understand the language of the discipline involved! I hope some kind soul will answer your question. I would if I could. All I know is that they have Direct Deposit. My talents lie elsewhere.
Selling price 100
Fiverr commission 20
Fiverr gives a discount of 10% (not related to the seller)
Buyer pays 90
How much does the seller get?
PS: If I’m doing to do work to get credits, that I can’t withdraw. I won’t do the job.
@sheepart They get real money. The seller won’t even know if the buyer is using credits. As far as I know, the only way you can earn credit is by inviting other buyers on the platform!?
Seller will get all the $80. The system gets confusing (or buggy) sometimes and shows two orders of $72 + $8, but the seller gets the complete payment. You can contact CS if the bug causes your earnings to take a hit.
Hope that helps!
The seller receives payment as normal.
Each Gig you sell and successfully complete, accredits your account with revenue equal to 80% of the purchase amount.
From the article I gave you above.