Starting September 20, you can receive SafePay funds by direct deposit or wire transfer, regardless of where you live. We hope this expanded payment flexibility makes it easier and more efficient for you to manage your SafePay payments.

Do you live outside the U.S.? Do you have a U.S. bank account?

Starting September 20, you can receive SafePay payments directly to your U.S. bank account by direct deposit. We’ll transfer funds electronically to your U.S. bank account for free. (Previously, only Freelancers within the U.S. were able to receive direct deposit payments.)

  • Cost: It’s free. No fees are charged to get paid via direct deposit.
  • Speed: It’s fast. We process direct deposit payments on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. You’ll receive funds within two business days from the processing date.

Don’t have a U.S. bank account? No worries. You can still receive SafePay payments by check, PayPal, wire transfer or Prepaid MasterCard.

Do you live within the U.S.? Do you have a non-U.S. bank account?

Starting September 20, you can receive SafePay payments directly to your non-U.S. bank account by wire transfer. We’ll transfer funds electronically to your non-U.S. bank account for a fee of $9 per wire. (Previously, only Freelancers based outside of the U.S. were able to receive wire transfers.)

  • Cost: $9 per wire.
  • Speed: We process wire transfers on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. You’ll receive funds within four business days from the processing date.

Have a U.S. bank account? You can still receive SafePay payments by direct deposit, check, PayPal or Prepaid MasterCard.

On September 20, set up your direct deposit or wire transfer account. Enjoy expanded payment flexibility—making it easier and more efficient for you to manage your SafePay payments.

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  1. CADperfect***

    I can not understand how to get my payment on my debit card.
    Please explain how too link my debit card to to the transaction methods.
    or how paypal will deposit payment in my local bank account.

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