Freelancer Payments

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Freelancer Payments

100 Lessons About How to Earn Extra Money Online

Part VIII. Freelancing Using

Lesson: 79

                   Freelancer Payments

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1. Accepting Freelancing Payments

In this part, we are going to talk about accepting freelancing payments.

This is how you get paid for your freelance services. Keep in mind that most of the sites that we mentioned actually take care of the payments for you. They will accept the payments from the customer. That is how they help to keep the site safe. Then they will redistribute that payment to you.

They may give it to you in the form of a debit card. Most of the time it is a bank wire so they send the money right to your bank account. They will send you a check in many options too. They will handle the payments for you. Those you don’t need to worry about at all. You don’t need a payment set up at all.

Most of the micro job sites will do this for you as well. Fiverr for example will pay you through PayPal or with Payoneer. A debit card will work just like a credit card or bank card. The money is loaded right on there and you can spend it from the card or you can make a cash withdrawal at an ATM.

If you find work on Craigslist, classified ads, or forums, you may need other payment options. There are many of them you can choose. A good one is www.paypal.com  because so many people use it.

 

freelancer payments

 

If that doesn’t work in your country, consider www.bluesnap.com. There are other choices but both of these are no cost strategies which is what we are really trying to accomplish throughout this course.

 

freelancer payments

 

If neither of those work for you, then you may need to just stick to the freelance sites. If you go to www.paypal.com you will see on the top right where you sign up for a new account. If you already have an account, you can just login. At www.bluesnap.com sign up or sign in at the top right hand corner as well. Neither one charge you anything until you actually do make a sell which is the beauty of these sites.

If you do work on freelance sites and micro gig sites, you don’t need to worry about a payment provider. You can just disregard this part of the training. Now is the time to get out there and set up a payment processor if you will need to use one. The key part is to take action with this freelancing training. There are some phenomenal tips and strategies that you can use to start generating money. It doesn’t have to cost you anything at all either if you follow what we have taught.

2. Recommended Websites

To improve your knowledge and skills on how to find quality offers to promote we recommend the following websites:

Eric Holmlund – www.EricsTips.com
Paul Counts – www.PaulCounts.com
Jeff Wellman – www.IMSuccessTips.com
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