How do Sellers get paid?
In the five-step Escrow process, Sellers get paid when the Buyer confirms their acceptance of the goods/services. This is when the Buyer's inspection period (step 4) is completed.
If after the Seller updates the transaction as “delivered” (step 3) but the Buyer remains unresponsive or fails to update the status from their Escrow.com account, the Seller may send the proof of transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org that clearly shows the Seller no longer has possession of the merchandise and that the Buyer received the transaction items involved. (for more details on the inspection period, see here) Here are the Seller's options for getting their payment once Buyer accepts the merchandise and completes the inspection period as outlined in our Terms of Service:
Disbursement options and estimated processing times
|Disbursement Method||Estimated processing time|
|Domestic wire transfer (US / domestic bank account)||1 business day|
|International wire transfer (Non-US / international bank accounts)||3-5 business days|
|ACH (USD, bank is in US)||3 business days|
|Wise (USD, EUR & GBP only)||3-5 business days|
Wire/Bank transfer fee varies by the currency and location of the Seller's bank account. Check the Fee Calculator page and the disbursement fees page for more details.