So you have over $100 in your account and you’re ready to collect your money? Great!
Here’s what you do:
1. Set your payout method inside your dashboard by clicking your Affiliate Name (top right corner) > Profile > Payment Method & Details
2. Go to the ‘Payments‘ tab in your dashboard and press ‘Payment Request (PR)’.
3. Email us your tax form and a valid gov ID. (Required for first payout only)
What payment methods are available?
Payout options include:
Paypal, Western Union, ACH, Domestic & International Wire., BTC, ETH, LTC
We have had requests for Payza and Webmoney so there is a chance we will include those in the future.
Learn about payout fees here: ViceOffers.com/terms/affiliates
What’s required for each method?
|Method name||***Info that is required***|
|Paypal (PP)||Paypal email address|
|Western Union (WU)||First name
|ACH (USA only)||Full Name (Exactly like on your bank)
Bank account number
Bank routing number
Bank account type (Checking or savings)
Personal or business account (Will assume Personal if NOT listed)
|Wire (International and Domestic)||Full Name (Exactly like on your bank)
Bank account number
Bank routing number (International SWIFT)
State / Province / Region
To look up Crypto Currency transactions you can use the transaction code posted in your “Payment Request Memo”.
Payment Request Memo:
One of the sites to view status:
Is it your first time receiving payment from us?
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org containing the following information:
1. Your account affiliate email or affiliate ID
(So we know who you are!)
2. Send tax Document
US citizens must fill out a digital w9 form – all other countries must send out a w8 form. Fill it out to the best of your ability and attach it to the email:
USA residents w9: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw9.pdf
International residents w8: https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/fw8ben.pdf
3. Send a government issued ID
This ID needs to have a picture and name that matches your tax form above.
Examples include: Passports, Drivers License, Personal ID, School ID
*You can expect a response from Alex within 1-2 days (If not in a few hours)
*Ask me, Alex, all payment related questions – not your Affiliate Manager.
Learn more about Net 14, Net 7 and Net 0
All payments are made on Tuesdays. On your Payout Request (PR) you will see a due date which lands on an upcoming Tuesday. Please make sure your PR is created before Tuesday or it may be moved over to the following week.
Your account is set to Net 14 by default; which means your payout request will be paid 2 weeks after you make a payout request. Once you have been sending traffic for over a month or are making over $500 per week we can move you to Net 7.
Once you reach Net 7 which you will be paid 1 week after you make a payout request. Once you have been sending traffic for over 2 months or are making over $1000 per week we can move you to Net 0. In various circumstances, you can even be moved
Your Payout Request will always be updated with the payout date.
Example: Due x/x
*Certain high-risk offers may result in Net 30 or more being applied to your account
Early Payouts (EP)
Due to the insane amount of (Early Payout) EP requests we have been getting. We have devised a system that will allow us to payout affiliates early.
This can be used for when account balances are under $100 or you simply don’t want to wait until the (Payout Request) PR due date. This is good for anyone that needs cash fast to reinvest in their campaigns or for other reasons. We can also get these EP’s done any day of the week, as long as a payout manager is online (currently me). Which is mostly always daily at some point.
There will be a 15% fee applied on that EP.
In case you wish to receive funds early. We can do that once your account is approved for early payouts, then we can start to send funds before your due date right when you need it.
We hope this helps everyone be able to do MORE!
What is a payout hold and how do I clear it?
Payment holds could be caused by a number of reasons so don’t stress! Talk to your AM and ask about the hold. They will tell you as much as they can about what triggered it and most importantly what you need to provide so we can lift the hold.