After I Apply

How do I create a account?

If you’ve received an invitation to get paid from, you will need to follow the steps in this guide to begin receiving your UpTogether investment. Adding your bank account to a subscription-free Basic Receivables account in allows to send you your UpTogether investment via Automated Clearing House (ACH), which is like a direct deposit. You'll also be able to track your UpTogether investment from the time it's issued until the time it's deposited into your bank account.

Follow these steps to create your account:

For a video demonstration, click here. 

  1. In the invite email, select Accept Invitation
    • If you don’t have your invitation email, please reach out to the UpTogether Support Team to have them resend the invite.
      Basic Signup 1 - Create Account

The system pre-fills out your email address, based on the address on the invite and you can't edit it. If you need to change your email address, you’ll need to create a new user with your preferred email address, then just delete the other user.

  1. Enter your mobile number for Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) and select Send code. will send a code to your mobile number to verify your identity when you log in, add a bank, or add users. 

         Basic Signup 2 - Multi Factor Setup

  1. Enter the six-digit code we send you and select Submit.
    Basic Signup 3 - Confirm Code

  2. Select 'I'm an independent contractor' and select Next.
    Basic Signup 4 - Account Type

  3. Enter your information and select Next.


    Basic Signup 5a - Individual Info
  5. Add the information for the bank account where you'd like to receive your payments.

    • will send a test deposit of $0.01 (one cent) to verify that the account can receive payments
      Basic Signup 7 - Add Bank
  6. Once verified, will send UpTogether an email notifying us that you're connected and your subscription-free Basic Receivables account is ready to use. You don’t have to do anything else. If you have questions, feel free to reach out to the Customer Support team.


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