Last year's introduction of this site's Instant Paypal Remittance was well received. I didn't really realize that there are so many freelancers and online shoppers who are in need of their Paypal credits but are left with little to no option of withdrawing their earnings or credits without having to go through the hassle of coursing
Remittance services are in abundance nowadays especially here in the Philippines where many overseas workers are consistent patrons. Aside from that, there is also the growing population of home based workers who receive their earnings through remittance or bank transfers. But ever since I have started working as a freelancer, the only payment medium I
Every once in a while there may come a time when payments just don't seem to arrive when you most expect them. And worse, it sometimes comes when bills are due to your internet or electricity which is vital for the continuity of operation of your work. Should you then get the phone and ring
Have you planned on buying a brand new laptop but passed it on for next month's goal because you didn't get the expected amount? Let me guess, you were getting some good income lately like a regular job, but the exchange rates have been as erratic as woman's fickle mind. Well don't pull your hair
There will be a slight change that will affect Freelancers and all Paypal users who use Unionbank EON debit cards to withdraw their earnings. Starting August 1, 2010 there will be a new policy regarding card holders withdrawal fees. As indicated in Unionbank website advisory: For oDesk users who regularly withdraw their earnings every Wednesday,
Being too reliant on only one payment option has proven to have serious consequences. And if you are working in Upwork, you know exactly what I mean. I've seen the forum filled with dismayed people, frustrated providers and helpless freelancers who couldn't do anything about their payouts because they only use Paypal for payment transactions.