HOW WE PAY at CrakRevenue?
Whether it’s our Minimum Payout, Payment Periods or Methods of Payment, see how we operate at CrakRevenue and how you can get rewarded for the fruits of your labor.
At CrakRevenue, the minimum payout is $100. For those who wish to be paid by Wire, the minimum payout is $500 because processing fees are higher. Affiliates that are on a Net 7 pay cycle must reach a minimum payout of $500. At CrakRevenue, we have four methods of payment. Affiliates can choose to be paid via Paxum, Wire or Check. Choose the pay method that best suits your needs. All commissions are paid in $ USD.
There are two payment periods every month. The first period (from the 1st – 15th) and the second (from the 16th – last day of the month). Depending on your payment terms, you will be paid 7, 15 or 30 days after the last day of the payment period.
Net 7, 15 or 30
Net 7, 15 or 30 With Net 30, you get paid 30 days after the end of the payment period once you’ve reached your minimum payout. Our two pay dates are on the 15th and the last day of the month. Same pay dates apply with Net 15, except with Net 15 you get paid 15 days after the end of the period. And finally, with Net 7, you get paid 7 days after the end of the payment period once you’ve reached your minimum payout. For Net 7, payments are sent on the 7th and 22nd of each month.
Frequently asked QUESTIONS
Where can I see my paid amount and my payment history?
Select Payment History to view your invoices and payments. On this page you will have an overview of your account balance, your individual invoices, and your individual payment receipts.
An invoice is generated every period if the amount is more than $0,00
A brief summary is also shown on your dashboard.
How can I modify my payment information?
Modify the necessary fields & make sure you Save any changes when done!.
Do you guys send any documents for taxes? And how should I report the income I made from you?
We do not send any tax forms. You will declare your earnings as commissions.
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