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Re: Taking Contracts off Upwork

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Caitlyn S Member Since: Apr 29, 2017
11 of 15

Petra R wrote:

Does the client have a verified Payment method?

If not, they certainly (!!) have not paid Upwork as it would be impossible to do.

 


No, it's not verified.

 

 

Also $3500? Yikes, that's steep.

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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
12 of 15

Caitlyn S wrote:

Petra R wrote:

Does the client have a verified Payment method?

If not, they certainly (!!) have not paid Upwork as it would be impossible to do.

 


No, it's not verified.


You are dealing with a scammer who wants to steal your money or your identity or your work.

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Elba A Member Since: Feb 28, 2017
13 of 15


Hmmm, they are upgrading their game and implementing new strategies.

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Almira A Member Since: Feb 19, 2019
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Hi Tiffany, how's the 'buy out' client goes? Can you please tell me the procedure and how much cost is involve? does it have a bracket or range of fees? say the project is long term one. 

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Avery O Moderator Member Since: Nov 23, 2015
15 of 15

Hi Almira, 

 

Our Conversion Fee (formally known as the Opt-out Fee) allows you to pay a one-time fee so you can receive or make payments outside of Upwork’s site without violating our Terms of Service. This way, you can continue to use Upwork to find new talent or clients without the risk of suspension for not paying the Upwork fees you agreed to pay by using our marketplace.  The conversion fee will be 12% of a freelancer’s estimated 12-month earnings, based on an hourly rate, with the minimum fee being $1,000 and the maximum set at $50,000.


-Avery
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