If i get you right you want to know what the 20%, 10%, and 5% means when it comes to withdrawing your funds.
There are few ways of withdrawing your funds on Upwork. Payonner is one the ways. The 20%, 10%, and 5% rate is the amount that Upwork charge on the projects you're awarded. For example if a client awards you a job worth $500, Upwork takes 20% but subsequent project by the same client will reduce Upworks charges from 20% to 10% and then 5%. For more information, click the link https://www.upwork.com/i/how-it-works/freelancer/#:~:text=We%20charge%20you%20based%20on,for%20total...
Gerhard F wrote:
Im trying to find out which withdrawal option is best.payoneer seems best and the theres the 20,10,5% fees on withdrawals based on your total income generated.Do those fees apply with direct to local bank withdrawals too? Im a non US citize
Please refer to link above.
On Upwork, you get charged the service fee, which is a percentage of your earnings, AND the withdrawal fee anytime you want to withdraw.
You should research what withdrawal method is most appropriate for your situation.
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