How to Become a Snow Shoveler on Shovler

Thank you for your interest in becoming a snow shoveler on the Shovler platform! Below outlines the steps required and it should take less than 10-15 minutes complete.

While signed in as a shoveler, go to Settings –> My Info & Settings, and then hit the Connect with Stripe button.

You need to sign up to Stripe so that payments can be made straight to you from the user’s credit card. Stripe is the same platform that many other similar services like Lyft use to process their payments. (Please note that Stripe requires a very complex password for account security. We have found that sometimes only a very complex password such as 5Blue2Gr$$n!! works.)

If you already have a Stripe account, you can sign into your account to link it with Shovler. If you don’t yet have an account, you can sign up by filling out the forms shown below.

Please note: The Connect with Stripe button can be slow due to connecting with Stripe’s servers. If you see a white screen after clicking Connect with Stripe, please wait up to 30 seconds for the page to load.

Signing up is extremely straightforward and you’ll be able to start accepting jobs immediately.

IMPORTANT: For your website address, if you are a snow removal company you can use your website address. If not, use For your business mention that this will be for snow removal using the Shovler App. For your business name – use or Shovler Inc.

If you do not fill out your account correctly there is a chance Stripe will flag your account and delay or prevent payments to you.

Please make sure to answer and respond to any emails that Stripe sends you and fulfill any verifications that they require.

If you have any questions or issues please feel free to email us at admin at or reach out to Stripe directly ( if you have any questions about their platform. Transferring money from Stripe may take longer on the first time that you transfer money than usual.

Now that you are officially a snow shoveler on the platform you should also consider buying a new snow shovel and some salt!

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