Clair - Get Paid Early

Clair is an app that lets employees get paid for the hours they work every day. With Clair, employees can benefit through free wage advances at no cost to your restaurant, spending and savings accounts with a debit card, and digital banking services with zero hidden fees.

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What is Clair?
Why should I sign up for Clair?
How do I set up Clair?
How do I get paid every day?
🇺🇸This feature is only available to users in the US. 
⚠️Access to this feature requires the use of 7punches or a POS labor integration for time clocking.

Ask your employer if this applies to you.


What is Clair?

Clair is an instant pay app that allows United States-based employees to get paid for the hours they work each day. 

⚠️7shifts users who sign up for Clair will also receive spending and savings accounts with no high or hidden fees, a Mastercard Debit Card® with free withdrawals at 55,000 in-network ATMs, and smart tools to help them save. All bank accounts are held at MetaBank, N.A., Member, FDIC.


Why should I sign up for Clair?

Clair is a faster way to get paid than the current weekly or bi-weekly payroll cycle. When you sign up for Clair, you can choose to get paid for the hours you work each day.

That means that if you earned $100 on Monday, you can get a portion of that at the end of your shift. Clair will never charge you any interest fees, transaction fees, or tips to take out a wage advance; it’s always completely free to access the money you’ve worked for. It’s also a great way to prepare for an unexpected expense or that moment when a bill is due a few days before payday.

⚠️When you sign up for Clair, you’ll receive Spending and Savings accounts, held at MetaBank, N.A., an FDIC-insured institution. Your accounts come with no high or hidden fees, so you’ll never have to worry about paying for membership fees, inactivity fees, or overdraft. You’ll also receive a Mastercard Debit Card® that you can use to spend or withdraw your daily earnings.


How do I set up Clair?

1. Open the 7shifts app, scroll down to the bottom of the home screen, and select 'Get Paid Early.'

You can also access this from the 'My Timesheets' section in the bottom right menu.

2. To start accessing your wages, you can begin signing up for Clair by tapping on 'Get Started.' 

3. From there, follow the prompts to sign up for your Clair account. 

⚠️For further assistance or details on setting up your Clair account, please contact the Clair support team at 1-888-442-5247 or support@getclair.com.

How do I get paid every day?

It’s easy to get paid every day! Here’s how the process works in Clair:

1. After you’ve set up your Clair account, you can access it directly from the 7shifts mobile app by tapping on the 'Get Paid Early' button.

2. You must set your Spending Account as your primary direct deposit account with your employer. 

Once you receive your first paycheck into your Spending account, you’ll start seeing the amount on the 'Earned Wages' box on the home screen go up after you clock out of work.

3. Whenever you need to get paid, tap on the 'Earned Wages' box, enter the amount you want to advance, and it will be instantly transferred onto your account.

5. When your next paycheck comes in, Clair will deduct any amount you advanced from that paycheck. Clair will never charge you interest fees, tips, or late fees for any advances.

⚠️In order to maintain eligibility for this feature, you must meet the following criteria:
  • You must set your Spending Account as your direct deposit account with your employer, and have received a paycheck within the last pay period
  • You must not have any outstanding debts to Clair from a prior pay period
  • You should have activated your debit card

If you don’t meet any of these criteria, Clair may switch off your access to the wage advance feature until you meet the criteria again.

For more information, please contact the Clair support team a1-888-442-5247 or support@getclair.com.

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