Instant Pay/Debit card

Instant Pay/Debit card

Instant Pay

February 23, 2020

You can set up Instant Pay if you want the option to cash out earnings at any time. (You can use this feature anytime you’ve earned at least $5.50 — note there is a $0.50 transfer fee, and some banks may take a few days to process the transaction so check with your bank for any specific details.)

To set up Instant Pay, open your app and follow these steps: 

  1. Go to Accounts in the Driver Dashboard menu.

  2. Under Payments tap add a debit card to input your info note: You must enter your debit card info before cashing out for the first time.

  3. To deposit your earnings, go to the Earnings tab and tap Cash Out.

Debit card requirements 

  • Instant Pay requires a valid debit card issued in the United States. Pre-paid cards aren’t compatible with Instant Pay

  • If an Instant Pay transfer fails, you’ll be asked to update your debit card information

  • If your bank doesn’t support immediate transfers, your earnings will be directly deposited instead 

No Surprises when you earn with Leep

In short, you're paid based on time, distance, and the base rates for your region. Leep will deduct fees and you keep the rest (along with 100% of your tips, of course). 

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