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About withdrawal fee

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Crystal W Member Since: Jun 12, 2018
11 of 15

Hello,

Could you clarify what you mean by "not withdrawing in larger withdrawals"? 

 

Is it better to withdraw at $100 or $1000?

 

Many thanks!

Crystal

**Edited for community guidelines**

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Mary W Member Since: Nov 10, 2014
12 of 15

Depends on your withdrawal method. I would not leave money sitting in my Upwork account.  In the US, I pay $1 to transfer to Paypal and nothing for a direct bank deposit.  Overseas freelancers have a different situation.

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Crystal W Member Since: Jun 12, 2018
13 of 15

Correct! I have my account set up for direct to bank. But how does Upwork's withdraw fee change depending on if I withdraw $100 or $1000?

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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
14 of 15

re: "Correct! I have my account set up for direct to bank. But how does Upwork's withdraw fee change depending on if I withdraw $100 or $1000?"

 

Crystal: You live in the U.S., and you're withdrawing to a U.S. bank account.


So there is no fee.

 

Fee is zero no matter how much you withdraw.


There is literally no reason for you to wait for $100 or $1000 or any other amount before you withdraw. If you have money available, just withdraw it.

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Alex L Member Since: Jun 8, 2019
15 of 15

I just tested withdrawing a $4.80 amount.  This a withdrawal to my PayPal account and does not bother with my country.  I was shocked to see a $2 withdrawal fee. 

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