By Stephanie Ciccarelli
April 19, 2007
PayPal, check, money order, cash, credit card...
The list goes on!
How do you accept payment for your voice over services?
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After hearing some of your stories from the previous post, it's no wonder so many people are turning to new methods of invoicing clients and accepting payments for voice over services.
Does a check in the mail suffice when you're working with a new client, or do you need the extra cushion and comfort of being paid upfront for your work through online payment gateways like PayPal?
Leave your preferred billing methods in your comment. Also, if you use different methods for different clients, note that too.
It's good to know what your best practices are so that others can learn how to avoid being stiffed as well as establish a payment paradigm that works best for the voice over industry, especially online.
Let the conversation begin!
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