How You Receive Payment

All jobs pay through direct deposit. There are three different direct deposit payment methods (debit card, bank account or prepaid debit card). Any of the three can be attached to your Jobble account for payment.

You must have an active payment method attached to your account in order to receive payment for a job.


Setting Up Your Direct Deposit

You can set up direct deposit through a debit card, bank account or prepaid debit card. Only one direct deposit account can be linked at a time to prevent fraudulent transactions. Here is more information on steps to take if you experience fraud or scam attempts.

Although both debit cards and bank accounts are acceptable to receive payment, there are potential delays related to bank accounts than with debit cards.

Debit Card - We allow non-prepaid U.S. Visa or Mastercard debit cards as well as bank accounts for receiving payments. Follow the steps detailed in the graphic below to set up Link your Debit Card to your account.

Bank Account - To get paid using your bank account you need to enter your bank details (routing and bank account numbers). For security purposes, we use Stripe processing, which is the top mobile processing platform. This is the most stringent level of security certification available.

Prepaid Debit Card - If you don’t have a debit card/bank account, you can use your prepaid debit card. To do so, you’ll need to get ahold of the direct deposit account and routing numbers associated with that prepaid card and enter it as a bank account (same steps as the Bank Account method).


Payment Processing Timeline

Our business partners are expected to initiate payment for jobs within 7 business days of the last scheduled shift of the job.

Whenever a payment is initiated to your account, you will receive an email titled: "Cha-ching, Your Payment Has Been Submitted!" That email will have details for the shifts you completed as well as the amount you were paid for.


Wrong Amount or Missing Payment

If you received a payment that was less than you anticipated, it is possible that the business is still processing payments. You must wait until at least 7 business days have passed from the last day of the job to see if the payment is submitted. (Make sure you don't count weekends!)

If you have not received a full payment and 7 business days have passed from the last day of the job, you can submit a discrepancy report by emailing or directly filling out a Payment Discrepancy Form.

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