The vehicle's icon on the Flyer map shows the payout you'll receive for successfully completing the charge or move task by the listed due time.
The value of the vehicle is based on each unique market and will not be increasing throughout the night. Capture amounts are set once they become available on the Flyer map.
How do vehicle payments work?
We process payments via direct deposit daily for all vehicles moved or charged and released by the listed morning due time between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Any vehicles released after the daily release deadline will be processed the following day at the release deadline. While we initiate payments on the same day, it may take up to three business days for the payment to reflect on your account, depending on your banking institution.
In Warsaw, Flyers are paid once per week for all tasks performed in the previous week.
In Tel Aviv, Flyers are paid once every two weeks for all tasks performed in the previous two weeks.
To ensure same-day payment initiation, Flyers must release their vehicle(s):
For all tasks: In an appropriate claimed nest by the local release deadline (generally between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.).
For charge tasks: With at least 95% battery upon release.
You may experience an issue with your payment if one or both of the requirements above aren’t met.
Due to bank operation hours, if you release Birds on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, you may not see the payment until the following Monday to Wednesday. You may also experience a slight delay in payments if Birds were released on a holiday/holiday weekend.
*In Israel payments are processed every two weeks. In Poland payments are processed weekly.
To ensure full payment for each vehicle, Flyers must:
For all tasks: Release vehicles in the appropriate claimed nest by the listed due time.
For charge tasks: Charge and release vehicles with at least 95% battery.
Failure to meet these requirements may result in partial payment for your vehicles.