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was available on my Delta amex, ty op
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What do they sell?
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what's up work.
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What do they sell?
https://www.upwork.com/
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looks like nothing to sell
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so if I pay $200 for a project using my Amex, I get $100 back? What stops someone from posting a $200 project, award it to a friend and pay him with Amex and pocket the $100 (minus tax)
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Useless
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so if I pay $200 for a project using my Amex, I get $100 back? What stops someone from posting a $200 project, award it to a friend and pay him with Amex and pocket the $100 (minus tax)
You could, but it takes a lot of time and they take out their commission. Not worth the effort.
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A $200 project they will take 20% or $40 plus 2.75% payment fee for $5.50. So net $54.50 I think.
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so if I pay $200 for a project using my Amex, I get $100 back? What stops someone from posting a $200 project, award it to a friend and pay him with Amex and pocket the $100 (minus tax)
and minus their 20% commission
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what's up work.
Not much, what's up with you?
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A $200 project they will take 20% or $40 plus 2.75% payment fee for $5.50. So net $54.50 I think.
yeah and if one has multiple cards with the offer, it gets into the hundreds
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yeah and if one has multiple cards with the offer, it gets into the hundreds
Another consideration for that friend is the 1099 they'll get for income. Besides the regular income tax, the social security tax adds up.
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this had like 10 thumbs up yesterday, why all the recent down votes?
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