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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Can I join if I'm an individual?

As long as you are a trade contractor, you can join guildshare.com and post yourself in the system.

Do you offer a free trial?

Yes. After you register and confirm your email address, click the "Free Trial" button. Click here for more information about our free trial.

Does it cost me a credit to book another company’s resources?

No. Credits are only charged to the "lending" party.

When do credits expire?

Plan credits expire in 90 days. Purchased credits expire in a year. Bonus credits (issued for referrals and other special offers) never expire as long as you keep your membership in good standing.

Does Guildshare handle payments for booked resources?

No. We do not get involved in your business finances or in-between you and the other party. Once a booking is confirmed and the job is complete, you are responsible for arranging payment terms and getting paid. You can rate contractors who book your resources based on their time to pay, ease of dealing with them, etc.

What if I disagree with how a company has rated me?

You can tell us about it. Our decision as to how to manage the issue will be based on the particular situation - and we may take action or not.

How do I contact Guildshare?

Click here to contact us.

How do I change my membership?

Once logged in, you can change our cancel your membership by navigating to the "Account" section, "plan/payment" and click the "change plan" link.

Why do you charge both a membership fee and credits?

We have structured guildshare.com the way we feel is is the fairest and offers the best value as compared with alternatives.

In other industries providers charge a percentage of the transaction, insist on managing payments, and charge bigger up-front membership fees.

We think our way is better: