ProZ Payments in GBP
Thread poster: Graciela Carlyle

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Sep 3, 2002

Hello everyone,

I have recently registered to receive payments through ProZ.

I live in the UK and all my invoices are issued in GBP.

I would like to know which are the costs of getting payments from within the UK, from Europe and from countries outside Europe, as well as the costs of withrawing money from my ProZ wallet into a UK Bank Account.

In the FAQs there is only a mention about the percentages but not the currency in which it works (I guess it must be USD and within the US).

Thanks in advance,


Grace.


 
USD Sep 3, 2002

All the amounts listed are in USD. Percentages work the same across all currencies, of course, so if there is a commission of 5% on the USD amount, it will be 5% on the GBP as well. When working with credit cards we charge in USD, but how it appears on your statement depends on your credit card processor/bank/country/etc.


As for transfers to and from different regions, all the fees listed in the FAQ apply to all parts of the world equally.


Jason


 


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