I would like to clarify that as a freelancer, you’re charged a sliding fee based on your lifetime billings with each non-Enterprise client. This includes all contracts you’ve ever had with that client. Service fees are the same whether the contracts are hourly or fixed-price.
Here is an example: On a $600 project with a new client, a freelancer’s service fee would be 20% on the first $500 and 10% on the remaining $100. Their earnings after fees would be $490.
Please check this help article for more information. Let us know if you have further questions.
I have completed $500 benchmark. The total earning on my account is more than $1000.
the service fee for the other two clients is 10% but for one client it's 20%
That's what I am not understanding.
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