Apart from job marketplaces, Is there any software or website that secures your payment when working with remote clients and manages the payment between you and your client?

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You can get payment through https://www.deal.com This is the most safe way to make payment because it pends 15 days for verification, passport or id card verification.

  • You probably mean Deel, not Deal? Dec 1, 2022 at 11:29

As far As I know and mostly use Upwork Direct Contract, Although It deducts some amount it's a fast and secure method.


There are several options for securely handling payments when working with remote clients. Here are a few options:

Escrow services: These are third-party platforms that hold onto funds until the work is completed to the satisfaction of both parties. Examples include Escrow.com and SafePay.

Payment processors: Services like PayPal, Stripe, and Square allow you to securely process payments online.

Online invoicing platforms: Platforms like FreshBooks and QuickBooks allow you to create and send invoices to clients, and also offer secure payment processing options.

Project management software: Some project management tools, such as Asana and Trello, offer integrations with payment processors and allow you to track payments as part of your project workflow.

It's always a good idea to carefully research and compare the features and fees of different platforms before choosing one to use.

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