Offer inquiries in Useme: how to ask a specific User for an offer?
On the left side of the Freelancer’s profile, you will find a „ask for an offer” button, which will take you to the contact form.
Present the details of the project to the Freelancer that you wish to make an offer.
Useme tip: In an offer inquiry present as many details as possible, so that the Freelancer can accurately assess the work.
If you are sending an offer inquiry but you don’t have a Useme account yet, we will send you a confirmation link to your e-mail first. Data that you provide is protected and we never disclose it to third parties.
A Freelancer can respond in two ways:
- by using a form he will send you the answer along with any questions about further details of your cooperation
- he will send a pre-invoice for you to pay
If you accept the offer you should receive and pay the pre-invoice. We will send you a VAT invoice after we process your payment. The Freelancer will send you the work within the specified period of time.
If cooperation is not successful, Useme will refund the amount you paid.
Offer inquiries in Useme: how can I answer them?
You received an offer inquiry and want to cooperate? You can respond in two ways:
- when you don’t know all the details of the job and you haven’t decided on whether or not you want to cooperate yet,
Using the contact form, send a message and ask for more details. You can also present you initial offer. No documents will be generated on its basis.
- you know all the details and you want to cooperate
If you are done with negotiating and you want to cooperate, click on „post an offer” button.
The button will redirect you to the „invoice without a company” form. Complete the form and send it to us, and we will settle the deal.
If your client created a Useme account at an earlier stage of your correspondence, his data will be entered automatically after entering the e-mail in step 2.
After verifying the deal, administrators will send a pre-invoice to your client. After the pre-invoice is paid, the Employer will receive a VAT invoice and you can start to work on the job.