EUPS, Receive non-SEPA transfer from a European Company, is it possible?

Coder_DzCoder_Dz Member Posts: 99 ✭✭
edited February 2016 in Ask The Community
Hello @Nissim @Adam_Payoneer and all Payoneer stuff,

In moving out from Payapl, I've found few alternatives, in which I've chosen and contacted a French renowned one, that is called HiPay.com, and I've asked them about withdrawing to the German account via SEPA provided by Payoneer, and they said they will allow withdrawing to the German account but not through SEPA, and I want to make sure that it will go through just fine with your regulations.

So far, HiPay and PayTabs looks like the best alternatives, and HiPay is the European one, while PayTabs is a Saudi or UAE company, and it looks like HiPay is in line with the conditions required to be accepted by Payoneer.

Any input is much appreciated. Thanks.

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  • Coder_DzCoder_Dz Member Posts: 99 ✭✭
    In addition to that, as it seemed still not resolved for Payza on the forums here, can we get updates about the situation with Payza's transfers. Payza now is a UK registered company, so does it qualify for a EUPS or UKPS withdrawal?
  • Adam_PayoneerAdam_Payoneer Administrator Posts: 1,023 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Coder_Dz said:
    Hello @Nissim @Adam_Payoneer and all Payoneer stuff,

    In moving out from Payapl, I've found few alternatives, in which I've chosen and contacted a French renowned one, that is called HiPay.com, and I've asked them about withdrawing to the German account via SEPA provided by Payoneer, and they said they will allow withdrawing to the German account but not through SEPA, and I want to make sure that it will go through just fine with your regulations.

    So far, HiPay and PayTabs looks like the best alternatives, and HiPay is the European one, while PayTabs is a Saudi or UAE company, and it looks like HiPay is in line with the conditions required to be accepted by Payoneer.

    Any input is much appreciated. Thanks.
    Hi there and pardon the late response.

    It all depends on what payment options HiPay offers. If they deposit funds to German bank accounts but without the use of SEPA transfers, the question that is begged to ask is what payment options do they use? As long as they offer a local deposit method in Germany (or anywhere in Europe other than the United Kingdom, we have payment details for the UK Payment Service), I don't believe you should experience any issues in receiving payments.
    In this case I would recommend you check to see if there is an internal or external forums to see feedback from other users.

    In regards to Payza, one of the biggest issues of receiving payments from them is the difficulty at times to distinguish between payments that are electronic currency and web money (bitcoin). I have talked to users who have attempted to transfer funds to Payoneer from Payza but I haven't ever seen a successful transfer, most likely due to the fact that they deal with bitcoin.

    If Pazya is a registered company in the UK, I can only advise you to set up the UK Payment Service and attempt the transfer. However as I advised, there is a chance that it won't be received because of their dealing with bitcoin.

    Happy and willing to answer general questions.

    For any inquiries directly associated to your Payoneer account, please contact Payoneer's Customer Care Support Center.

  • Coder_DzCoder_Dz Member Posts: 99 ✭✭
    Aha, I see.

    Thanks for the great answer btw. What I'll try to do is send a small payment from HiPay towards the German account and see how it'll be, and so far there was no extra info they asked about the account, only the ones supplied by Payoneer already.

    I'll ask for the UKPS and try the same thing from Payza. I have a merchant account on Payza, so the money I'll get there will only coming from Bank Cards no Bitcoin and not any other cryptocurrency of that sort, but if that means that the receiving bank may decline the transfer based on the fact that they accept bitcoin, then I don't know. What I know, is that OKPay uses Bitcoin too and they can transfer to any Bank Account in the world, but this is worth the try indeed.
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