Our standard way to pay translators is to transfer money to their PayPal accounts.
This payment option is fast and secure and allows translators to get paid very quickly and conveniently. We transfer the money which the translators have in their ICanLocalize account to their PayPal account.
Today people from most countries in the world can have PayPal accounts and transfer money to their local bank account or credit cards, or they can even request a check.
This table shows countries which are supported:
|Country||Withdraw to bank account in your country||Withdraw to credit card||Request check by mail|
|United Arab Emirates||Yes|
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For bidding projects, your account in www.icanlocalize.com is credited immediately when the client accepts your work. If the client delays accepting a completed project for more than 7 days, a support person intervenes and will check what is causing the delay. The support person can make a ruling and transfer the money to your account in case no flaw is found.
For Localization Software projects, a micro-payment is done to your account every time you complete a string.
For Instant Translation projects, the payment is credited immediately after completing the work.
For Website Translation projects done on the Translation Assistant editor, the payments will be done every time you finish a new document and click on the button ‘Declare the work as complete’.
Then, you can request to withdraw funds to your account. We make payments once a week to all translators.
Once the money is in your PayPal account, you can withdraw it to your bank account, credit card or have PayPal mail you a paper check.
Our fee is 20%. Please see complete information in the fee structure page.
We cover the fees of transferring the funds to your PayPal account. If you withdraw to a local bank account, there is no fee from PayPal. PayPal charges a fee of about $5, depending on your country, for payments to a credit card or for sending paper checks.