Payouts AUTOMATICALLY sent every two weeks. Additional info on can be found here  in this Help Center article

The following payout methods / options are available to you:
 

Bank deposits

AMS can deposit directly to bank accounts in most countries. Fees vary based on country and delivery method. Click here for a comprehensive list of countries and fees.
  

e-wallet services

We support payouts to the following e-wallet services

AMS fees for PayPal
AMS charges the following fees for each PayPal payout (in addition to our percentage of earnings):
U.S. accounts (deposits to a bank located in the USA): 1 USD
Non-U.S. accounts: 2% capped at $20

Click here for more info on PayPal and to create an account
Click here for a list of countries that PayPal services

Cash App
Please see our Cash App FAQ.

AMS fees for Paxum
AMS charges 1 USD per payout (in addition to our percentage of earnings).

Paxum fees
While it is free to receive money into your Paxum account, they charge a fee when you transfer money out of the account. 

Paxum payout options
Once funds are loaded to your Paxum account, you can withdraw funds via the following methods:

  • Direct deposit to your bank account
  • Paxum Prepaid MasterCard
  • Credit card: Visa, MasterCard or Union Pay. 

Click here for a complete list of their fees and payout methods.
Click here to open an account.

  

AMS fees for Cosmo Payment
AMS charges 1 USD per payout (in addition to our percentage of earnings).

Cosmo Payment fees
While it is free to receive money into your Costmo Payment account, they charge a fee when you transfer money out of the account. 

Cosmo Payment payout
At this time, Cosmo Payment only offers a prepaid credit card. 

Click here for a complete list of their fees and payout methods.
Click here to open an account.

NOTE: Cosmo Payment is not currently displayed in the admin but it IS available. Contact support to set this as your payout method.

 

ePayments is currently NOT available

AMS fees for ePayments
AMS charges 1 USD per payout (in addition to our percentage of earnings).

ePayments fees
While it is free to receive money into your ePayments account, they charge a fee when you transfer money out of the account. 

ePayments payout optionsOnce funds are loaded to your ePayments account, you can withdraw funds via the following methods:

  • Direct deposit to your bank account
  • ePayments Prepaid MasterCard
  • Credit card: Visa, MasterCard or Maestro Card. 
  • WebMoney wallet
  • Cryptocurrency wallet
  • Mobile phone account
  • VKontakte

Click here for a complete list of their fees and payout methods.
Click here to open an account.

NOTE: ePayments is not currently displayed in the admin but it IS available. Contact support to set this as your payout method.

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