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    Default How does CJ sends payout checks?

    Hi,

    I am not an american and I am thinking about first using the payout by check method and leave the opening a bank account for later.
    My questions are:

    1) From your experience, does CJ uses regular USPS or other special service to deliver the checks?

    2) What address does it use? Does it include the Account Name as is?

    3) Can I add 'ATTN' part somehow to the address?

    Thanks a lot for the help,

    Castor69




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    Default Re: How does CJ sends payout checks?

    CJ pays our company through Direct Deposit into our checking account. You can also have a check mailed, but DD is quicker. The help section on CJ's site breaks down the cycle of their payout and options of payment. Can't post a link on BHW yet to guide you, but I'm sure you can find it on CJ's site.

    You have to give them your SSN or EIN for tax purposes and an address to mail checks (if you prefer that way) before you get paid. There should be a link on the dashboard for that section if you haven't filled it out yet. Not sure about your 'ATTN' question, or which carrier they use to mail checks.

    Hope this helps.

    Quote Originally Posted by castor69 View Post
    Hi,

    I am not an american and I am thinking about first using the payout by check method and leave the opening a bank account for later.
    My questions are:

    1) From your experience, does CJ uses regular USPS or other special service to deliver the checks?

    2) What address does it use? Does it include the Account Name as is?

    3) Can I add 'ATTN' part somehow to the address?

    Thanks a lot for the help,

    Castor69

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    Default Re: How does CJ sends payout checks?

    You can use Direct Deposit , By FEDEX and By Normal Courier..CJ is very Flexible in payment terms.

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    Default Re: How does CJ sends payout checks?

    In india if you use check payment through fedex , that case CJ charge extra money as fedex charge...but nowdays they are offering direct deposit in bank so problem is solved here..check your country options...i am stating above things from my own experience where they have charged money to send my first check.

    hope it helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WayneInc View Post
    You can use Direct Deposit , By FEDEX and By Normal Courier..CJ is very Flexible in payment terms.

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