Project Billing

Projects are typically invoiced on a milestone basis. Most often this will consist of payments being due similar to the following:

  • 25% deposit for work commencement
  • 25% due at a project milestone delivery (such as design approval)
  • 40% due at development site published for review
  • balance + reimbursable expenses and project extras due within 7 days of live site publication

Consulting and Post-Publication Maintenance

For ad hoc/non-project-based services, such as consulting, website updates, website maintenance, social media updates and blog posts, time spent in a calendar month is tracked and invoiced at the start of the following month at the hourly rate in effect when services were delivered.  Payment is due Net15.

For new clients and some projects, a deposit is required for work commencement.

Monthly Care Packages are also available for ongoing services.  Please inquiry with us if this is of interest to you.

How to Make A Payment

Accepted Payment Methods


If your bank supports Zelle, you can send payments via the Zelle app to (310) 626-5161. If prompted, select “UmeWorks”. Many banks do not charge a fee to use, but be sure to check with your financial institution.


Should be made payable to UmeWorksLLC and mailed to:
UmeWorks, LLC
2785 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite E- Box #319
Torrance, CA 90505


Deposits and payments may  be made online with credit cards or PayPal using the form below.

NOTE: There is a 3% processing fee when this method of payment is used, and will be automatically added to the amount you enter. If you do not wish to incur this fee, please select from one of the two other payment methods to the left.

Official PayPal Seal Solution Graphics

Adminstrative Fee

For third-party products and services, the Client’s credit card is typically provided to the vendor to pay said fees. 

Should the Client prefer UmeWorks to pay fees directly and then reimburse UmeWorks, an administrative fee payable to UmeWorks will be applicable. This fee is 10% of the third-party fees or $10, whichever is higher.