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Top Rated Plus

acanepa
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Angelo C Member Since: Apr 30, 2021
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Hi,

I have a few questions about the Top Rated Plus program.

My main focus is on Data contracts, so a large contract is 10,000 dollars.

 

  1. If I reach 10,000 - or more  - dollars from multiple contracts, that means I'm not qualified for being Top Rated Plus?
  2. What does it mean Reduced fees (starting at 10%) on Featured Jobs? Does that mean that for Non Featured jobs I still need to pay 20% of my earnings?

 

Source:

https://support.upwork.com/hc/en-us/articles/360050417233-Top-Rated-Plus

df602768
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Konstantinos A Member Since: Jan 10, 2021
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Hi Angelo,


I am going to reply to your questions:

1. No. You are still qualified. You have to have over $10,000 in a 12-month-period.
2. Yes. For Non-Featured Jobs, you need to share 20% of your earnings of a $500-or-less contract with Upwork.

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acanepa
Active Member
Angelo C Member Since: Apr 30, 2021
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Thanks for that.

What about for contract greater than $500 dollars? 

What's the rate?

g_vasilevski
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Goran V Moderator Member Since: Mar 24, 2017
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Hi Angelo,

 

When you earn more than $500 with one client your fee will be reduced to 10%. To learn more about our freelancer service fee, check out this Guide. Thank you.

~ Goran
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petra_r
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Petra R Member Since: Aug 3, 2011
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Angelo C wrote:
  1. If I reach 10,000 - or more  - dollars from multiple contracts, that means I'm not qualified for being Top Rated Plus?
  2. What does it mean Reduced fees (starting at 10%) on Featured Jobs? Does that mean that for Non Featured jobs I still need to pay 20% of my earnings?

1. No, you are not. It has to be from ONE contract.

2. On the first $500, yes, of course

 

Basically, nothing changes from when you're top rated.

 

Konstantinos A wrote:

1.You are still qualified. You have to have over $10,000 in a 12-month-period.


He absolutely is NOT. He needs ONE contract that is in excess of $10k. 

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