Some freelance writers contracted to opera new hub have started calling out the company over delay in their December payment.
iDONSABI gathered that the firm is yet to pay the December salary to many of its writers. Some of them that are not in the writers’ hub took to their Twitter pages to start calling out the company wondering the reasons for the delay.
See some of their tweets below.
Ok we are waiting cos am a contracted writer and have not been paid since my fixed fee
Pls opera just clear it out thanks
— iwonpopular (@iWonPopular) January 16, 2020
When will the payment be made please
— Chimaobi wisdom (@chimawiix) January 16, 2020
I just hope it’s settled on time
— Official_shegoluv007 (@shegoluv007) January 16, 2020
Thanks for the update, Please I was not paid for December, I have submitted my Opay number and also updated it via the Opera News Hub portal
— Brigadier General Taye Hassan Adigun (@taye007) January 15, 2020
My clicks and impression got reduced, why..?
— Dimiracle jr (@barttonjames) January 16, 2020
opera is genuine you have nothing to worry about
— Dami and 45 others (@DamiTheOG_) January 16, 2020
Please don’t failed us Opera 😩
— MUBBERRY OFFICIAL (@Mubberry) January 16, 2020
Why is our payment delayed? My Opay account is liked to my news hub…. Pls we need to be sure that opera newhub is genuine and trusted in terms of payment.
— Samuel E✖odus (@MRsamuelEXODUS) January 16, 2020
Opera mini reacts
Meanwhile, the company has responded to several complaints from the writers, assuring that they will be paid within 48 hours.
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“Update on December Payment Greetings everyone, We apologise for the delay in December payment. Payments are ongoing, and our team is actively working to make sure this is settled.
“If your payment haven’t gotten to you yet, be rest assured the fund will reflect in your Opay accounts in the next 24 – 48 hours. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused, and thank you for writing on Opera News-Hub. Regards,” a statement from the company reads.