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Section 1.0 – Global Payment Terms

Payment Terms

All invoices have the payment term ” Net 14 ” which means invoices are required to be paid within 14 days of the invoice date.

Late Invoice Payments

Any invoice that isn’t paid within the net 14 (within 14 days of the invoice date), will see its invoice payment increase by 10% compound weekly. 

Urgent Work

Any work sent on the day, needing to be done on the same day will have a 25% increase in payment. 

Section 2.0 – Podcasts

Paying For Episodes

If you bulk buy podcasts, you’re paying for the amount that’s stated. There’s no hidden charges.

There are two pricing structures for paying for episodes.

Pricing Structure #1

Through the website, you can pay upfront for the episodes, per episode or in bulk.

It’s a quick and easy process whilst being secure.

Pricing Structure #2


If you would prefer an invoice, instead of purchasing through the website, we’ll make sure to set this up. Send us an email below.

Invoice email: [email protected]

If you were to choose the invoice route, you have two options. Whether you’re buying a singular episode or in bulk, you can either pay upfront for all the episode(s). Or, get charged for an episode upon completion. We’re happy with both, it’s all down to you.

Here’s an example of paying for an episode upon completion.

So let’s say you bulk-buy 10 episodes for the standard (£675) package, but you don’t want to pay upfront. In week 1, you send us 2 episodes. We’ll get these done, and then invoice you at the discounted rate of £135. In week 2, you send us 5 episodes. We’ll complete these and then invoice you at the discounted rate of £337.50.

For each bulk-purchase package, we have a time limit.

If you’re paying upon completion, at any duration, if you chose either package, there is a 12-week time limit. This means if you purchase 10 episodes, but only send us 3, after 12 weeks, we will charge you for the extra 7 episodes. This was implemented to avoid the loophole of bulk-buying a package to save £££, but never actually had the intention of buying 10 episodes.

Paying For Launch Packages

Launch Packages can be paid in two ways.

  1. You pay upfront for the whole launch package.
  2. You pay 50/50. 50% of the launch package price before any work has started, then a further 50% after the work has been completed.