Payment Help

Payments is made once in a month on every individual account according to the NET 30 payment terms, provided you Have meet the payment threshold.

If your current balance reaches the payment threshold by the end of the month, a 22 day payment processing period begins. After the processing period ends, we’ll issue you a payment to the account number you provided on your profile section of your dashboard


For Instance, let’s say the payment threshold for your account is ₦5,200. If your current balance reached ₦5,200 during January and you’ve completed all the steps above concerning your account number and account name, then we would issue you a payment at the end of February.

If your current balance hasn’t yet reached the payment threshold, your finalized earnings will roll over to the next month and your balance will accrue until the threshold is met.

Note: A transaction fee of 200 Naira is charged on every transaction on your popNaija account (I.e Every withdrawal).

Weekends and Holidays may affect payment schedules Dates.

Also note that We only pay in round figures like; 5,000, 5,500, 6,000 etc. Meaning if you have 5,400 Naira in your Popnaija account, we will charge the transaction fee of 200 Naira, then we cannot pay you the 200 Naira that’s left on top of the 5,200 Naira so we can only pay you 5,000 Naira that’s in round figure.

Tracking your earnings

You can see a daily summary of your estimated earnings on your Dashboard Home Page. For more details, you can track your estimated PopNaija earnings on the Earned Post page in your account. There’s also important information included in your “Payment receipt“, which is linked from the “Transactions” page.

The “Transactions” page tracks the status of previously issued payments, as well as monthly account calculations. You can see earnings credited to your account as well as any adjustments made as separate line items on this page. Once your payment is issued, you’ll see it listed as “You Got Money” On your email address. Click on the mail to see the payment receipt (as well as the exchange rate used to calculate your local currency payment, if applicable).