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I have won the contest. What now?
First of all - Congratulations! The next step depends on the type of contest which you have won. If your creation was complete (e.g. logo files or website with all subpages) you do not have to do anything. The contest holder gets access to your creation automatically, and your account is paid straight away.
If you still have to do some corrections and improvements, you cannot get a prize until all technical issues are fine. If you made sure before submitting your work that everything is fine, you should not worry.
If your work contains paid elements, you get 50% of the prize first. After you?ve paid for materials and made the creation complete, you will get the remaining 50% of your prize. The order is the same in case of a website with sub-pages, where you still need to finish a few pages. You will get the remaining prize when you finalize your work.

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