Daily Pay, Instant Cashout & Supported Cards
Modified on: Mon, 13 Sep, 2021 at 9:02 AM
What is Daily Pay?
Daily Pay or "Get Paid Now" is available for cash-out once a day from Tuesday through Sunday. The balance is a total from your deliveries you have done prior to the current day. The balance will NOT reflect any earnings from the current day as those are deposited the the following day.
For example if you completed 2 deliveries yesterday for $10 total, that balance would reflect in the "Get Paid Now". However if you completed 2 deliveries today, your "Get Paid Now" Balance would not reflect that balance. It would be added to your Earnings Report only and that balance would be available for for cash out the following day.
Monday there is not a Daily Pay option in the app as all your funds are automatically sent to your Weekly Payout.
If it falls on a banking holiday, payment will be processed the following day. A transaction fee of 1% or $1.99. will be deducted and it can take up to 1 business day for the funds to show up in your account depending on your debit card and bank. For detailed instruction on how to use the Daily pay option visit our support site link below.
How to Use Daily Pay
In your Skipcart app, log in and tap your profile photo in the top left hand corner of your screen. If you see a balance, that is what you will have available to cash out. Your earnings from today's deliveries If you have setup Daily Pay with a compatible debit card you will see funds available for cash out. Click $ Get Paid Now button and then Confirm to process the Daily Pay option.
Prepaid Debit Cards
Prepaid debit cards (such as Green Dot cards) are not eligible for Daily Pay, the debit card must be issued by a bank and attached to a checking account.
Supported Debit Cards
Not all banks support Daily Pay. If you receive an error that your card is not supported, please contact your bank.
Daily Pay Cash Advance:
Funds will be available to you for a transaction fee of 1% or $1.99. Funds can take up to 24 hours to be deposited to the debit card registered to your account
Stripe has a website that lists supported and unsupported banks. It may be worth copying the list of unsupported banks to the support site. Here is the link:
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