Mar 4, 2018 11:58:31 PM by Saud A
I have competed my work on per hours base and share files with client but added manual hours.
He was saying that he will end the contract but he did not do that and now offline and not responding from last 2 days.
Please tell me what will happen now.
Mar 5, 2018 12:01:25 AM by Hiu Chun L
Is there a contract? I did not see any ongoing contracts on your profile.
Mar 5, 2018 12:05:24 AM by Hiu Chun L
I'm sorry but I do not really understand your case. Was the contract ended in Feburary? Was it the only project that you completed on Upwork?
Mar 5, 2018 12:13:14 AM by Saud A
I have done 2 jobs first in feb and second on 2nd March.
I am asking about second one which I have consumed 23 hours and billed around 322$.
When client not responding I have ended contract.
Mar 5, 2018 12:12:40 AM by Goran V
Your funds are in the Review stage at the moment, you can check this by going to Reports > Overview.
Keep in mind that manual time and promised funds are not covered under our Upwork Payment Protection.
To learn more how you`re getting paid on hourly contracts, check out our guide on Weekly Billing Cycle. If you have any additional questions feel free to post them here, thank you.
Mar 5, 2018 12:39:59 AM by Melissa C
Mar 5, 2018 12:44:30 AM by Saud A
If client dont give any response in 5 days means they will approve or not approve then what will happen?
Mar 5, 2018 01:04:14 AM by Goran V
If the hours are approved they will be transferred to the Pending stage, please check out our guide for Weekly Billing Cycle to learn how you`re getting paid on hourly contracts.
I would also suggest to check out our guides on, Hourly Protection for Freelancers and Fixed-Price Protection for Freelancers.
Mar 5, 2018 01:18:18 AM Edited Mar 5, 2018 01:19:33 AM by Goran V
Contracts where you have still not earned any funds will not be listed on your profile. Once you get paid for the hours you have logged, the job will be listed on your profile.
Additionally, you can check out this Thread to learn more about Upwork and how everything works.