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Select How Often You Can Get Paid as a Partner

When you are attributed for driving an action, the payment timeline for that action begins. Refer to the payment timeline FAQ to learn more about the 3 time periods that make up's payment timeline.

Modified and reversed actions

Even though an action was credited to your account after it was tracked, the action or its payout may be modified or reversed by your partnered brand before the action locks. If you believe an action you drove was not tracked or you were improperly credited for an action, contact your partnered brand.

The final time period in the payment timeline is your own payment scheduling period. This period begins after the action locks and its commission has been paid by the brand for which you drove the action. These commissions are credited to your digital wallet. There are 2 different scheduling periods for you to get your funds out of your wallet and into your bank or PayPal account.

  1. From the left navigation bar, select [Menu] → Settings.

  2. Under the Finance section, select Bank Account.

  3. Next to Autopay, select which payment scheduling option you want to use.

    • Refer to the table below to learn about each option and set your preferred option.

  4. Select Save.

Payment Scheduling Option


Balance Threshold (Option 1)

Select this option if you want to withdraw the balance from your wallet after it reaches a selected amount (chosen from the drop-down menu). If your wallet balance is above the chosen threshold, the withdrawal will begin processing, sending the funds to your chosen destination.

Fixed Day (Option 2)

Select this option if you want to withdraw funds from your wallet on either the 1st or 15th of a given month. The withdrawal will begin on the day chosen, and if the date chosen lands on a weekend or bank holiday, the withdrawal will begin on the next business day. does not support custom fixed date payouts at this time.

You must have at least $10 USD (or your currency equivalent) for a Fixed Day withdrawal to initiate.

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