To complete your registration, you will need to choose your preferred method of paying freelancers. Currently, we have two payment methods to choose from:

  • Credit Card

  • Invoicing

Some additional information can be found below.

Credit Card

Will you take payment now?

No, no payments are processed until the freelancer's timesheet is signed off.

Why do you need to take my card details now, if you are not taking payment?

We pay our freelancers, guaranteed, on 14 day terms - it’s one of the many reasons they love us. Therefore, we ask our clients for their card details on sign up as a security measure, much like a hotel might ask for a credit card when you check in. We won’t take any money from it until the first timesheet is signed off.

If you would like further details, please email us at

Do you hold or have access to my card details?

No we don't hold or have access to your card details. Stripe, our payment solution does.


What is Invoicing?

Upon signing off timesheets, instead of taking the money directly from a card, we invoice your Limited Company on 30 day payment terms.

Why do you need to run a credit check?

We pay our freelancers guaranteed, on 14 days, so require a credit check on any businesses we work with who choose the invoice finance option.

Will it affect my credit score?


What information do you need?

To help run the credit check, we require your Company Registration Number. If we require any other details, including a UK landline number, we will be in touch.

If you’re a UK registered Limited Company, you can find your Company Registration Number here.


Can I pay by Direct Debit?

Not at the moment, but we are currently investigating this. If this is of interest, please tick the box on the payment page and your interest will be logged.

Can I pay by any other payment method?

Please send an email to and detail how you would like to pay. The team will then look into this for you.

What fees will I pay?

YunoJuno charges 12% on top of the freelancer’s daily, hourly or project rate.

Do you charge VAT?

Yes, for all UK companies.

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