AS A CONTENTIFIC CONTENT CREATOR
A CONTENTIFIC Creator is someone who get paid from the general Contentific members, by creating premium paid post or hosting paid live streams and it involves payments, fees, taxes and restrictions that you should read in full if you are a Contentific Content Creator.
As a CONTENTIFIC CONTENT Creator you make your content available on Contentific, which allows your followers to subscribe to your channel by weekly, monthly or yearly, or pay per post. We also handle payments issues such as fraud, chargebacks and resolution of payments disputes. We try to provide timely access to your funds, but you may occasionally experience delays in accessing your funds. We may also block or hold payments for violations of our policies or for compliance reasons, including collecting tax reporting information. When payments are delayed or blocked we try to communicate the reason to you promptly. If you have questions about a payments block, please contact us. In order to protect creators, we may block payments if we believe them to be fraudulent. Sometimes activities like refunds can put your account balance into the negative. If your balance becomes negative then we reserve the right to recover those funds from future payments.
As a Content creator there will be a platform fee associated with your membership on Contentific which is only 6% per every transaction.You can see how much processing fees are for any membership subscription in your dashboard.
We collect tax identification information and report this to tax authorities as legally required. You are responsible for reporting any income or withholding taxes which may be due as a result of payments received. We are additionally responsible for a number of transactional taxes across the world. These include but are not limited to VAT on payments for electronically supplied services to patrons in the EU, GST as an operator of an electronic distribution platform (EDP) within Australia, and state sales tax as a result of ‘marketplace laws’ within the United States. For the purpose of electronically-supplied services, creators make a supply of those services to us, and then we supply them to the users.
We don’t allow creations and benefits that violate our policies. A summary of those rules that we don’t allow:
If your fans include people under the age of 18, then please remind them that they need permission to join your membership, and those under the age of 13 cannot use Contentific. We are not required to allow any particular person or group of persons to be your followers. As a creator you are also responsible for keeping Contentific data safe. An account is tied to your creative output and cannot be sold or transferred for use by another creator.