FEE AND CHARGES

The freelancer will be charged for using our services. For all the contracts and project you entered with the client through the website, you will be charged the fixed fee

  • 15% of the project amount/transaction

Example: If the project is $500, a freelance will be charged for 15% of the amount of the project i.e. $75 and the balance amount of $425 will be transferred to the freelancer’s earning.

Buyer/Employer will be charged for using our platform services while placing an order. For all the contracts and project, you entered with the seller through the website, you will be charged the fixed fee

  • 3% of the project amount/transaction

Example: If the project is $500, Buyer/Employer will be charged for 3% of the amount of the project i.e. $15 and the total amount of $515 will be charged while placing an order.

Processing Fees For Withdrawal

Sarvarapp does not charge any fees for processing a withdrawal; however, each withdrawal provider has specific fees depending on the type of withdrawal processed.

If you are withdrawing in a currency other than the US dollar, you may be asked to confirm the withdrawal currency and the amount, which will include conversion fees and will be applied and appear reduced as it will be the exact amount that will be sent to your withdrawal account in the non-US dollar after conversion fees are applied. If you don’t wish to withdraw in your local currency, you can update the settings.

PayPal

  • The minimum withdrawal amount is $20.
  • Sarvarapp doesn’t charge a fee when withdrawing to PayPal.

Bank Transfer

  • If you transfer your earnings in your direct bank account, there is a $3 charge per withdrawal. Additional fees may apply based on your location and currency.
  • The minimum withdrawal amount is $20.

How we charge our fee?

As a freelancer, you pay our Service Fee at the time of billings. It is included in the amount’s clients see on your project. Most of your reports show only total charges, inclusive of fees—the same as what the client would see. To know more please read our Payments, Withdrawals, and Invoices