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How do I get paid for a Project Gig?

Payment details are agreed upon by you and the Requester who is hiring you. Payment options include:  GigSmart App There is a 3% processing fee for in-app payments. You are able to pay a worker multiple times in-app for a project until the project expires Cash Check Digital Transfer – Venmo, Cash App, Paypal, etc.

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What is a Project Gig?

Project Gigs are project based requests posted by residential Requesters who are seeking workers to tackle routine maintenance and repairs, or hefty home renovations. To apply to a Project Gig, you will submit a bid and finalize Project details with the Requester. As a reminder, you can apply to Shift Gigs, Projects Gigs, and Full/Part-Time […]

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Does GigSmart provide insurance coverage for Workers?

All qualified GigSmart Workers will be eligible for Occupational Accident Insurance (OAI), subject to the policy terms, conditions, limitations, and exclusions. For more information on Worker insurance, visit our Knowledge Base.

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When will my background check get run?

Thank you for opting-in to become a Verified Worker. At this time you can apply to Verified Gigs. Once you are hired for a Verified Gig, we’ll run your background check and/or motor vehicle records check. If you’re cleared, you’ll be hired for the Gig (usually within minutes). If there’s an issue with your verification, you’ll […]

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When will my motor vehicle records (MVR) check get run?

Thank you for opting-in to become a Verified Worker. At this time you can apply to Verified Gigs. Once you are hired for a Verified Gig, we’ll run your background check and/or motor vehicle records check. If you’re cleared, you’ll be hired for the Gig (usually within minutes). If there’s an issue with your verification, you’ll […]

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How and when should I report a suspicious message?

Please report Requester messages if they include any of the following: Asking for personal information that you normally wouldn’t share (like your social security number, credit card information, or other personal information). Asking you to contact or receive money through an outside party. Asking to wire funds to you via Western Union, MoneyGram, or another […]

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