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I thought I already published a topic here but I can’t find it… Can anybody answer me please because I am very confused:
When I finish an order and get paid lets say it was $100 and I get the message where it says “you just earned $80”…So I thought that was when the fee was applied and the money I see on my earnings is already the money I will withdrawal completely?

Can anybody help me with understanding how this works? Thank you so much.

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You’re overthinking things! It’s very basic. Fiverr take 20% of the order value.

When you click on the ‘earnings’ tab on your seller profile - this shows the amount after Fiverr take commission.

Therefore that’s the amount you have actually earned and can withdraw.

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You’re overthinking things! It’s very basic. Fiverr take 20% of the order value.

When you click on the ‘earnings’ tab on your seller profile - this shows the amount after Fiverr take commission.

Therefore that’s the amount you have actually earned and can withdraw.

I think from her next post is that she lost some money extra due to bank fees.

@juliabalieiro

Fiverr gives you 80% of your earnings. Depending on what option you select for withdrawal that sum can be decreased depending on the service you are using, banks charge for the transaction, so you have to look in your country Paypal, Payoneer which one will have lowest transaction fee.

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I think from her next post is that she lost some money extra due to bank fees.

@juliabalieiro

Fiverr gives you 80% of your earnings. Depending on what option you select for withdrawal that sum can be decreased depending on the service you are using, banks charge for the transaction, so you have to look in your country Paypal, Payoneer which one will have lowest transaction fee.

That must be it! I did PayPal before but now I will try Payoneer and see if I can get all of the money or at least a little bit more to what is expected.

Thank you so much!

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