So I have seen several posts on here about how Cirrus doesn't answer or doesn't pay, etc. But I have a question for any shoppers who may have forgotten to send an invoice in. I did several shops in Nov. 2015, and being that they were the first jobs that I'd done for Cirrus, and because they were the first company that required an invoice, I forgot to send it in. It's now January, and I'm wondering if there's even a point to sending it in now? Do you have any experience with this? I've emailed but not heard anything back yet. It's over $100 on the line, so I'm pretty anxious for payment. I realize it's my fault, but I've never worked for a company who required an invoice before.
EVERY shopper must submit an invoice for services rendered. As a subcontractor it is your responsibility to submit a completed invoice to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don't have an invoice, you should be given a copy of an invoice by your scheduler during your initial scheduler interaction ( PLEASE DO NOT SEND US YOUR SSN# until asked for). NEXT, your payment from Cirrus will be made through PayPal…no exceptions! We are very sorry but we are unable to issue hard-copy checks due to past fraudulent activities. Getting paid for an assignment depends solely on whether or not you completed the assignment correctly. To sign up for a PayPal account you can go to www.paypal.com. Once payment is processed, you will receive a notification from PayPal saying…"You’ve got money!”
If you completed your shop during this month... Payment processing begins month end (hits PayPal usually 3-5 after month end):
I completed a shop in October and sent my invoice in immediately. I am still waiting for my payment. It looks like I should be paid at the end of January or beginning of February? I would send in an invoice, but it might take awhile for payment to process. I see a phone number of 1-888-899-7600 for Cirrus. If I don't get my payment soon, I am going to call. Good luck!
I completed 6 shops for them in August and still have not been paid. I have sent emails, which have been ignored. There's $250 at stake here. Plus most of these shops were several miles away. I will definitely be using the phone number today.
I had printer and scanner issues from the end of December through January. I was printing guidelines at my Dad's through the first week of February. I couldn't submit my December invoice until the end of February.
I bit the bullet and decided my December money wouldn't hit before June. It showed up today. I also got a little blurb that the other months would be paid according to their 90 day policy.
That rocks my world! I love working with my Cirrus scheduler's. And if i have to wait an additional 2 months for my pay check to work with some of the most fabulous scheduler's, so be it.
I route shop and I need flexible scheduling. My Cirrus scheduler's get it.
Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning; the devil shudders...And yells OH #%*+! SHE'S AWAKE!