Everything You Need to Know About Your Payment

So your app is integrated with our SDK and has earned some revenue. But, how do you get this revenue into your pocket?

After adding your payment information, there are 3 major steps in the payment process that are important for you to know.

Step 1:  Earn at least $50

A minimum of $50 in earnings is required to be eligible for a payment. This is due to costs associated with transferring funds.

If you didn't reach the $50 threshold in your first month, your earnings will be automatically combined with your following month's earnings and will be paid to you once you reach the threshold.

Step 2: Wait 30 days

Payments are sent on NET 30 terms, meaning you will receive your payment 30 days after the end of the latest payment cycle. For example, if you earned $100 in May, the payment will be sent to you 30 days after the end of May, meaning on July 1st.

If you didn't reach $50 in earnings in your first month, the 30 days will be counted from the end of the month in which you've reached an accumulated $50. 

Here is an easy chart that can help you determine when you will receive your funds.

Payment Cycle

Payment Date

January 1-31

March 1

February 1-28

April 1

March 1-31

May 1

April 1-30

June 1

May 1-31

July 1

June 1-30

August 1

July 1-31

September 1

August 1-31

October 1

September 1-30

November 1

October 1-31

December 1

November 1-30

January 1

December 1-31

February 1


Step 3: Payment in process

StartApp submits payments to the bank on the begining of the month EST time. It can take anywhere between a few hours to a few weeks to process.
Please take into consideration that banks are closed on Saturday and Sunday, so payments sent on or near these days may entail longer processing times. Processing times can also change depending on your location and payment method. Your payment status will be available on the Transactions tab under the My Payments - Reports section. It will be updated as the transaction is further processed. Learn more about transaction statuses here: Transactions Status

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