Control your Move earnings 💰

We're changing payment system that means you'll have more control over your Move earnings.

Updated over a week ago

What's changing?

  • Click to receive payment within 10 working days Once payment for the month is calculated (1st of each month), simply hit the withdraw button* in your Move partner portal to receive payment within 10 working days.

*This will only be visible from the 1st November so don't worry if you don't see it yet!

  • Payments over £500 will be automatically transferred to your bank account at the end of the following month, the same way they are now.

  • Payments under £500 will be banked as outstanding balance in your Move account. This will be paid automatically at the end of the month once the £500 threshold is crossed, or within 10 working days of your withdrawal.

When is this happening?

The change came into play on the 1st October 2022.

As we transferred system, we wanted to ensure your payments weren't delayed, so you received a proportionate payment for September's attendances on the 5th October.

You'll then receive payment as per the new system for your earnings for October's attendances onwards, where we'll add your remaining outstanding balance carried over from September. This will have been available to withdraw from 1st November onwards.

Why is this changing?

We're constantly working to improve our systems and technology to be as smooth as possible. Our latest development means we're switching to a slicker payment system that gives you greater control.

Switching to this system also opens up exciting possibilities for the future, including how you receive and spend your Move partner earnings without the faff, and with great perks.

Will this change the amount I'll be paid for my Move attendances?

Nope, the only thing that might change is the frequency that you receive payment if your earnings are below the £500 threshold. Your Move payment terms will remain the same. Don't forget, you're in full control of your pricing so if you'd like to discuss this, please reach out as we'd love to help!

Any other questions? We're always on hand to help, so please do get in touch.

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