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You get paid if and when a Customer accepts your answer. Let's say you answer a $10 question... If the Customer accepts (pays for) your answer, you will get an email and will see your share in your Just Answer account immediately. Once your JustAnswer acc...
No. Paypal is currently the only method of payment available. If you do not have a Paypal account, you can create one by going to www.paypal.com.
JustAnswer pays out Expert earnings by the fourth business day of each month. However, we cannot guarantee a time that the payments will be made. It may be early in the morning or late in the evening. If you have not received your payment by the close ...
  You can request your earnings at any time and simply specify that you want your payment to include the entire month's earnings.  Keep in mind that while you can request it at any time, payments are only made at the beginning of each month, within the ...
JustAnswer is not responsible for reporting your income to the IRS.  The burden of reporting rests solely on the Expert.  Be sure to consult a tax professional if you have concerns about your JustAnswer earnings.
A moderator MAY be able to give you a "no click accept" in a situation like this. Here are the rules: 1.) A 'Thank You' from a Customer is not enough to gain the Accept -- if a Customer thanks you, that is a perfect invitation/opportunity ...
Compensation Overview Payment Structure for New Experts As a new Expert you will need to progress through a total of 3 Stages before you become an Unrestricted Stage 4 Expert which enables you to earn the same earnings as the tenured Experts...
Before you can be paid, you will have to request your earnings and tell JustAnswer how much of your earnings you'd like to receive. You can do so here. You can request to receive no earnings, a specified amount of your earnings or you can request ...
“Earnings Subtotal” is the total dollar amount you have earned via customer accepts and bonuses in the current month. “Current Earnings on Account” is the current account balance, which includes the Earnings Subtotal for the month, and also takes into acc...