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How to request an early cashout in Georgia

You can now request an early cashout in the app to receive your earnings before the regular payout date on Monday.

Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions:

How to know if I am eligible for a cashout?

You can request it as long as:

  • Your account has been active for 14 days since your first completed trip
  • You have completed at least 25 trips
  • Your account does not have any active blocks
  • You don’t have a transaction in progress
  • There isn’t any irregular activity detected associated with your account.

How often can I request a cashout?

You can use this feature once per day.

However, please note that Bolt may suspend availability after spotting any irregular activity on your account to ensure security and prevent fraud. In such a case, the regular payout will be processed as usual.

What are the minimum and maximum amounts I can request?

The total amount available for a cashout is 2000 GEL.

The minimum amount is visible in the app.

How much does it cost to request a cashout?

When requesting a cashout, you will be charged a cashout fee which is visible in the app. The fee reflects additional costs associated with such payment processing. Regular payouts are free of charge. 

How to request a cashout?

Before requesting the cashout, ensure you have a stable internet connection, your bank account is active and your bank details are correct. You can request a cashout from the Balance tab.

Important: Only bank accounts in the local currency are supported.

How long does it take to process the cashout?

Early cashout requested:

When you should receive your funds:

Monday to Friday / 00:00 - 09:30

Same day

Monday to Friday / 09:30 - 16:55

In 15 minutes

Monday to Friday / 16:55 - 23:59

Next business day

Saturday, Sunday and holidays

Next business day

Please note that the times above are indicative only and cashouts can be delayed up to two business days depending on your bank processing times.

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