How do I modify the payout request?

How do I modify the payout request?

You can modify your withdrawal request at ease.

1. After placing a withdrawal request (refer to this article), if you want to modify the amount/bank details, click on the “Pencil Icon” under the heading “Take Actions” as shown in the image below:

2. Modify/Enter the amount you wish to withdraw and click on “Confirm Details” as displayed below:

The withdrawal request will be modified. It’s that simple

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