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Joining Paid

Joining Paid

Self onboarding with Paid is quick and easy. Once you've set up your account, you’ll be able to accept work in minutes.
Accepting and completing work

Accepting and completing work

Accept work and suggest changes to projects as you go. With Paid’s receipting process, you can complete jobs and provide proof by uploading a variety of file types.
Invoicing and Payments

Invoicing and payment

Invoices are automatically created once the completed work has been signed off by your client, triggering the payment process.
Client Communication

Client communication

Get quick direct access to your clients via the Paid messaging centre, you can comment on specific jobs too.

Supplier FAQs

Paid is a procurement automation platform that facilitates large enterprises and small businesses working together. Our system automates onboarding, contacting, invoicing and payment, helping you to start work quicker and focus on what matters most to your business.
Paid is free for suppliers, however there is a small charge of 2% per transaction should you wish to use the express payment option.
Onboarding with Paid can be done in a little as two hours, provided you are able to offer all the information needed when you join the platform. We have partnerships with third parties that carry out the verification checks (KYC, AML and credit checks).
It’s really easy to make changes to the job, simply put in the request and it will go to your client for approval.
Paid allows you to upload documents as an attachment to any job in PDF, JPEG, PNG, and DOCX.
Once the work has been signed off by your client as part of the Paid completion process, an invoice is automatically generated triggering the payment process. On standard payment terms Paid pays you once we have received funds from your client. For express payment, this is usually completed within two business days.


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