Does patreon charge automatically?
You are charged immediately upon subscribing– this gives you access to their patron-only content (for your tier). If you were to edit your membership to $20.00 USD on March 21st, you would immediately be charged the difference of $14.00 USD for your increase. And you’ll immediately get access to $20.00 tier content.
How is patreon billed?
Your patrons are billed their pledge for each paid post that you make in a given month up to their monthly max. Patrons can set a monthly maximum of posts that they will be billed for – this ensures that patrons aren’t charged more than they can pay to support you.
Does patreon charge upfront?
Charge up front is a great option to consider if you: Have a large catalogue/library of content fans can access as soon as they become a patron. Want your patrons to get rewards faster.
Is patreon a monthly payment?
Your monthly payments after your initial charge, grant you access to the creator’s patron only posts for the entire month. Example: Say you join a charge up front creator’s $10 Tier on June 25th. Once you confirm, you’re charged $10 immediately and unlock the creator’s back catalog of patron only posts.
How do I not pay for patreon?
Cancelling your membership on Desktop
From the drop-down user menu, click “Manage memberships.” On your “Active memberships” page. Click the “Edit” link next to the membership you want to cancel future payments for.
Can you be a patreon for one month?
For now, the best way for a patron to subscribe to a creator with a one-time payment is to become a patron then simply cancel their membership after they have been successfully billed.
Is patreon free to join?
It’s completely free to get started. We only receive a small percentage once you start earning on Patreon, plus an industry-standard rate for processing payments from your patrons.
Is patreon safe?
My experience with Patreon is that it is a legitimate site with real people providing content. The pay system they use is as safe as any of the other reputable sites out there. Make sure you read the subscriptions carefully because each creator has different costs and options.
Is patreon considered income?
The simple answer is yes, Patreon payments are considered taxable income unless you are a non-profit organization using Patreon. If you’re a creator using Patreon who lives outside the United States, you will still need to follow the U.S. tax code since Patreon is a U.S. based company.
Can I pause my patreon pledge?
Visit your creator account settings link from your creator navigation bar on the left-hand side of the page (the gear icon directly under your creator name). You’ll land on the account settings page. Scroll to the “Account Management” section and click the “Pause (this month’s) cycle” button.
How do I charge upfront on patreon?
Enabling charge up front billing for patrons
- Log in and visit the Getting Paid section of your page editor.
- If you haven’t already, select the monthly billing option.
- If you have 2-factor authentication enabled for login, you won’t need to verify your phone number before enabling charge up front.
How much money does patreon take?
Patreon takes a 5% commission on pledges. As of May 2017, the average pledge per patron was around $12, and a new patron pledged to a creator every 5.5 seconds.
What happens if you cancel patreon?
After you cancel your membership, you will no longer have access to the creator’s patron-only posts or benefits without an active membership. You can repledge to regain access. Any posts you had access to while you had an active memberships are listed on your billing history.