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First Interview, then what's next?

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Nikko G Member Since: Jan 24, 2019
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Hello,

 

I am new to the site.

I posted a proposal to a job, and get a message (is that considered as interview?).

We got to an agreement, the job is a one-time payment job.

 

Should I produce the output first before him hiring me?
Because I don't see any active contracts on my side.

 

Please help, need your advice.

 

Thanks!

Regards,

 

Nikko

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Andrés B Member Since: Jul 11, 2016
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Hey you need that the client sent you the offer, if is a fixed project according with the client you should define work per milestone or as a whole.

 

Once you accept the offer you can track progress with the Software if is needed.

 

Also keep in mind that once the cleint approve your work and pay you into the platform, will take a week for have access to the funds 

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John K Member Since: Feb 17, 2015
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Nikko, the message means you're being interviewed. You can start working if you want, but do not deliver the work to the client until the client offers you a contract and you've accepted it. When there's an offer, you will see a message that has a link to view the offer.

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Preston H Member Since: Nov 24, 2014
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re: "Should I produce the output first before him hiring me?"

No.

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Martina P Member Since: Jul 11, 2018
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Nikko G wrote:

Hello,

 

I am new to the site.

I posted a proposal to a job, and get a message (is that considered as interview?).

We got to an agreement, the job is a one-time payment job.

 

Should I produce the output first before him hiring me?
Because I don't see any active contracts on my side.

 

Please help, need your advice.

 

Thanks!

Regards,

 

Nikko


Before you are actually hired and see the job in your "my jobs" list, do absolutely nothing. It might turn out to be a complete waste of time, which you could have spent to write really good proposals that win you other jobs. 

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