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adwork media net 15. What does it mean really?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by popbradley, Sep 17, 2012.

  1. popbradley

    popbradley Power Member

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    I am curious does net 15 mean you will be paid on the 15th of the next month everytime or does it mean you will be paid on the 15th then 30th then 15th? I have a feeling its the first one but was hoping it was not :/ Was excited for my payment on the 30th but have a feeling I won't be seeing it for another 30 days from now lol. Thanks peps
     
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    15th of every month
     
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    15th of every month for the previous 15 days.
     
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    meaning you get paid for in 15 oct for your september earnings :)
     
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    It has nothing to do with being paid on the 15th xD Otherwise net 30 would mean you get paid on the 30th and net 60 and and net 90 would mean being paid on the 60th and 90th of each month (but months only go up to 31 days).


    What it means is you will get paid 15 days after you are due to get paid.

    So lets say you have to earn $100 before you get paid, when you reach that $100 then it will be 15 days before they send you the money. :)
     
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    that's correct. But most networks still wait until the end of the month to issue out your payment. They usually don't wait until you hit your minimum threshold to send out your payment; or else they will constantly be sending thousands of checks to their publishers

    So if you reach your minimum payment threshold by the end of the month, they will transfer the money to your account in 15 days (net 15)
     
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    Hi popbradley,

    NET15 means that you will be paid your dues after 15 days. Suppose, you have accumulated $51 on 14th October, then your dues will be paid in the next 15 day circle. A NET15 circle lasts between 1st-15th and 16th - 31st of a month.
     
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    Technically this is right, but all networks, when they say Net15, mean Net15 EOM (End of Month).
    Net15 (EOM) means you get paid on the 15th for the previous month. Net30 on the 30th, and Net60 on the 30th of Nov for Sept leads.

    Net15 certainly doesn't mean that you'll be paid every two weeks. That's bi-weekly.
    But you can also qualify the schedule with the NetXX terms, so for example, if you're getting paid weekly, how do you know what period the payment is for? That's where the NetXX comes in. Weekly Net7 would mean you get paid each week for leads that are more than one week old. Weekly Net1 means you get paid on Sunday for example for the week that just ended the day before. Weekly Net15 would be for leads that are 15+ days old. So in that case you're still being paid weekly but with more padding in there for the network to receive reversals, payment from advertiser, etc.

    So yeah the NetXX has nothing to do with how often you get paid.