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Hi. I completed an order for 7 dollars but i got only 5.6 dollars… and a few days back i made a sale of 30 dollar but they gave me 24 dollars… i mean… what’s ths policy? They cut my 6 dollars and 1.4 dollars … but why?.. i delivered both orders on time

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Hi. I completed an order for 7 dollars but i got only 5.6 dollars… and a few days back i made a sale of 30 dollar but they gave me 24 dollars… i mean… what’s ths policy? They cut my 6 dollars and 1.4 dollars … but why?.. i delivered both orders on time

Hi. I completed an order for 7 dollars but i got only 5.6 dollars… and a few days back i made a sale of 30 dollar but they gave me 24 dollars… i mean… what’s ths policy? They cut my 6 dollars and 1.4 dollars … but why?.. i delivered both orders on time

Hi @rs_writings,

It has nothing to do with delivering on time or not. Fiverr keeps 20% on every order and tips, as well.

So, 80% of $7 => 0.8 x $7 = $5.6

And 80% of $30 => 0.8 x $30 = $24

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Hi. I completed an order for 7 dollars but i got only 5.6 dollars… and a few days back i made a sale of 30 dollar but they gave me 24 dollars… i mean… what’s ths policy? They cut my 6 dollars and 1.4 dollars … but why?.. i delivered both orders on time

Hi @rs_writings,

It has nothing to do with delivering on time or not. Fiverr keeps 20% on every order and tips, as well.

So, 80% of $7 => 0.8 x $7 = $5.6

And 80% of $30 => 0.8 x $30 = $24

Thank you for clarifying :)))))))

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You will get 80% of your income.

So (780)/100 = 5.6 dollars

and 3080=2400

2400/100=24 dollars.

So (7 80)/100 = 5.6 dollars

and 30 80=2400

2400/100=24 dollars.

What are these numbers?

You didn’t have to up this post answering what others answered and the OP already understood. And your response doesn’t even make any sense. Use “x” as multiplication at least. 7 x 80/100… not 780/100 …

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So (7 80)/100 = 5.6 dollars

and 30 80=2400

2400/100=24 dollars.

What are these numbers?

You didn’t have to up this post answering what others answered and the OP already understood. And your response doesn’t even make any sense. Use “x” as multiplication at least. 7 x 80/100… not 780/100 …

I am sorry for my mistake.

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