No more irregular income. Period.
We are currently only available in the U.S.
We’ll make sure you’re a freelancer with digital skills, like a digital marketer, graphic designer and software developer. We’ll also look at your freelance income over the last year, what you expect to make and your last tax forms. We’ll also pull a credit report for fraud and identity protection purposes.
You can cancel your membership anytime by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once you’ve cancelled your membership you’ll need to start paying back any outstanding balances immediately at the rate and timeline per your membership agreement.
We will give you up to $2000 at any one time. That means if you borrowed $2000 one month, you can’t access any more money until you’ve repaid some of your outstanding balance.
If you’re eligible for a top-up of your income but decide you don’t want to take it that month, no problem. Just let us know when we send out your monthly reminder and we won’t top-up your income that month.
Control’s membership costs $25/month to access income smoothing, freelance business bank accounts, a Visa debit card, exclusive freelancer perks and discounts, and most importantly, your time and peace of mind. For now, our membership is free for all beta users for the first year.
We do not charge you an interest fee, simply pay $25/month for your membership. No additional fees and no hidden charges.
We’ll securely monitor your income, and in a month when you get paid more than your base pay we’ll automatically help you pay back a minimum of 50% the amount of money you made above your baseline, and you can always pay back more if you want to.
We understand freelance income can be lumpy and you may have periods of time when you can’t repay your balance. That’s ok, just pay us back when you’ve got more money coming in. If your balance is still outstanding after 12 months, we’ll have to re-evaluate your base amount and discuss an alternative repayment plan.
Getting income top-ups will not affect your credit score, unless in the rare chance that you refuse to make any repayments or to pay your membership fee. Otherwise you’re able to access up to $2000 at a time without it affecting your credit score.