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contempoinc says

There’s an option you can select to withdraw all earnings at the end of the month on AUS time, if you choose PayPal you’ll get your earnings deposited on the 15th of the following month.

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BF_Motion Envato team says
why? just make sure you withdraw in the middle of every month and you set. Just set a montly reminder on your CPU or cell phone. Select the option to withdraw all earning as of the end of the month and your solid. simple as that. It can be frustrating when you forget, i have done it a few times but then again this is just extra loot for me and not a primary form if income.

will be going to improve the waiting time for withdrawal?

I know you’re not responsible for that but you make the team

well i don’t have a say in that. I’m a reviewer. But authors(myself included) get paid on the 15th of every month. so that that’s a pay day every 30 days not 45. Most other stock sites have a similar payout model (15th of the following month)

I also do a lot of freelance work and im lucky if those clients pay me with in 30 days so i guess im used to it.

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CarlosViloria says

well i don’t have a say in that. I’m a reviewer. But authors(myself included) get paid on the 15th of every month. so that that’s a pay day every 30 days not 45. Most other stock sites have a similar payout model (15th of the following month)

I also do a lot of freelance work and im lucky if those clients pay me with in 30 days so i guess im used to it.

always have to wait from the date you make the withdrawal + 15 days :(

is a long time

hopefully this will improve even more ;)

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BF_Motion Envato team says

you get paid the 15th of every month as long as withdraw the month before, resulting in payments every 30 days. I think you looking at all wrong. It doesn’t matter when you withdraw in the month your still getting paid every 30 days on your sales.

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ronn0 says

I just thought I did my request before 1 Okt. AUS Time;-)

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Joost Moderator says

Just make sure you click “All earnings” on the withdrawal page somewhere during the month ;)

Please note that the “ALL EARNINGS ” request must be renewed each month (i.e. Clicking it will not result in automatic withdrawals for future months).

Perhaps there should be an additional option to automatically have ‘All earnings’ checked, for every month to come :D

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CarlosViloria says
you get paid the 15th of every month as long as withdraw the month before, resulting in payments every 30 days. I think you looking at all wrong. It doesn’t matter when you withdraw in the month your still getting paid every 30 days on your sales.

for example if I make a withdrawal now, this would arrive on the 15th of next month

This is what I refer. :(

yes, I know you must be thinking that I should have more order in withdrawals ;)

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KrownThemes says
you get paid the 15th of every month as long as withdraw the month before, resulting in payments every 30 days. I think you looking at all wrong. It doesn’t matter when you withdraw in the month your still getting paid every 30 days on your sales.

for example if I make a withdrawal now, this would arrive on the 15th of next month

This is what I refer. :(

yes, I know you must be thinking that I should have more order in withdrawals ;)
Your math is really off :D
Yes it would arrive on the 15th of the next month, but you will get your money for this month on the 15th(money from the last month). It is something really normal, just like with any other job :)
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darius9000 says

15 – 45 days. depends WHEN you decide to withdraw your money. do it at the end of month and it will be only 2 weeks.

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CarlosViloria says

well whatever it’s,

already I want it to be on November 15

:P :P

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