One of the many perks of using Kickbooster's referral tool is that you don't need to worry about managing payouts to your Affiliates, we take care of that for you!

In an effort to follow the payment processes you experience with Kickstarter and Indiegogo, we have a couple different billing schedules depending on the type of campaign you're running.

Kickstarter + Indiegogo (Flex + Fixed Funding)

Kickstarter and Indiegogo will disperse your funds within a few weeks after successfully completing your campaign. 

Kickbooster will issue your Affiliate Fees invoice shortly after your campaign.

For your convenience, we automatically charge the card on file 21 days after issuing the invoice, allowing time for Kickstarter or Indiegogo to send you your funds.  

If you want to make payment before then, you can log into your account and process payment for the invoice at any time. Your Affiliates will be very pleased with the prompt payment!

Indiegogo InDemand

Indiegogo will disperse your funds to you ever 4 weeks. For that reason, Kickbooster will issue you a monthly invoice for all pledges made 4 weeks prior. Payment will automatically be collected upon issuing the invoice.  

If you end your Indiegogo InDemand campaign, we will issue you a final invoice for your affiliate fees and charge you 21 days later, allowing time for you to get your funds from Indiegogo. 

When will my Boosters receive their commissions?

Once payment is received, we will process payouts to your Affiliates on the 1st or 15th of the month (or following business day). 

Special Notes

  • If for any reason Kickstarter or Indiegogo delay your payment, for example if you have not yet provided your banking information to Kickstarter or Indiegogo, Kickbooster will still proceed to invoice and process your payment. We make a strong attempt to follow the billing cycle of these platforms but do not track the actual payment disbursements made to your organization.

  • Commissions will not be paid until your payment has been received, so please do not leave them hanging! 

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