Bids - please explain the bid fee
Thread poster: Alexandra Becker

Alexandra Becker
Germany
Local time: 07:36
English to German
+ ...
Mar 11, 2002

Hello,

I just would like to know how bidding works. I mean do I really have to pay $1 each time I bid? And what about the premium membership? If I am a premium member, is it then free for me to bid?

Thanks for your answers

Alexandra


 

Giuliana Buscaglione  Identity Verified
Austria
Local time: 07:36
Member (2001)
German to Italian
+ ...
.....or 10 BrowniZ Mar 11, 2002

Hi,


$ 1 or 10 BrowniZ. Platinum members don\'t pay for bidding.


Giuliana
[addsig]


 

Evert DELOOF-SYS  Identity Verified
Belgium
Local time: 07:36
Member
English to Dutch
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...or 100 BrowniZ Mar 11, 2002

...1 $ or 100 BrowniZ, not ten.



Good luck



 

Marta Goc  Identity Verified
Local time: 22:36
Polish to English
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Paying for Job Bids Mar 11, 2002

Job bidding is a pay for bid system. There are many ways in which you can pay:


You can use BrowniZ points (100 points per bid). All new ProZ.com members receive 300 BrowniZ points upon registration.


To see how you can earn additional BrowniZ points, please see >How can I get BrowniZ?<


You can deposit money in your \"http://www.proz.com/?sp=wallet/h\">ProZ.com Wallet and each bid will be charged against it. It costs $1 per bid.


Premium members ($60.00 per year) and Platinum members ($120.00 per year) can bid on an unlimited number of jobs.



 

ISABEL GUARDERAS
Local time: 06:36
English to Spanish
+ ...
What if you're not in the USA? Mar 21, 2002

I am a new (brown) member. I have put 3 or 4 bids so far. This means that I\'ve used already a few brownies. If you\'re not in the States what happens when you run out?

How would someone in the UK pay? Specially if one feels a bit weary about giving credit card details and the likes on the net.

Thank you all.


Isabel


 


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