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Payouts

When and how you get paid from your store.

Payout Timelines

We send out payments on a monthly cadence. You will receive a statement via email, and the payout will be deposited shortly after. You should receive both by the 15th of the month.
  • Your email statement will include your sales for the month as well as your payout amount.
  • We will also attach a spreadsheet breakdown containing the details of every order. This includes revenue, refunds, unit costs, applicable shipping subsidies, and your profit.
We don't officially process sales until 1 month after the order. This is so that we capture any refunds that might happen during that time period.
  • This means that each statement and payout will correspond with sales for the month that ended 1 month prior. See the table below for examples.
Sales Month
Payout
January
By March 15
February
By April 15
March
By May 15

Inventory Costs

Any outstanding inventory costs will be paid off prior to receiving a payout. This typically only applies to pre-order products.
  • Pre-Order The cost of inventory will be deducted from your sales. If you launch your products late in the month, your first statement might not include a payout as it only covers a short period of sales.
  • In Stock You would have already purchased your inventory prior to launch, so you won't have any outstanding inventory costs after launching.
Learn more about the differences between In Stock and Pre-Order products to help you decide which way to go.

Minimum Payout Amount

We only send a payout if the amount is $50 or more. If your payout would be less than $50, we will carry over the amount into the following period and send a payout once the amount is $50 or more.
We will send you an email statement and spreadsheet breakdown every month, even if there will not be a payout that month.

Banking Information

We will make all payments directly to your bank account through a wire transfer. The banking information required varies slightly depending on the country of your account. We will ask you for this information through the platform.
United States
Other Countries
  • Account Information Beneficiary name, bank name, and bank address.
  • ABA Routing Number 9-digit number on the bottom-left of checks.
  • Account Number 8 to 12-digit number on the bottom-middle of checks.
  • Account Information Beneficiary name, bank name, and bank address.
  • SWIFT / BIC 8 to 11-digit code consisting of numbers and letters used to identify your bank.
  • IBAN (International Bank Account Number) Up to 34-digit code consisting of numbers and letters used to identify your account.
  • Account Number 7 to 12-digit number on the bottom of a check.
This information can only be used to send you money, not to access your account. If you don't feel comfortable providing this information through the platform, we can arrange for you to email or phone us.