Last time I was paid was August 28th and have received enough to get payments each month. It's October 10 and I haven't received anything for September yet.Do I need to simply be patient or is there something else going on?
Hi bodyathletics,You will always receive your payout at the end of the next month. So, you should expect your September payment at the end of October (usually on or around the 28th).
If you were paid on Aug. 28th, that would have been for "up to July". The money you possibly should have received on Sept.28th would be for August if you made enough during August to reach $50.
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