what the different between company and individual accourt?

what the different between company and individual accourt?if i alrd register a company accourt can i change to individual accourt?

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  • trusttrust Posts: 4Member
    sorry is account
  • miled21miled21 Posts: 12Member ✭✭
    good question im not sure but i think with besiness account you can accept payments from individuals to your us and uk global payment accounts and even you can get paid via credit cards . you may asked for official documents of your besiness for your application.
  • ahsanhabibcyahsanhabibcy Posts: 36Member ✭✭

    maybe the transaction fees and limit varies?

  • Cristale_PayoneerCristale_Payoneer Posts: 1,201Administrator ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    If you choose to apply as a company, it means to apply under the name of the company that you own and that you wish to work and get paid under your business name. If not, if you work as a freelancer, it is better to apply as an individual.

  • strawberrystrawberry Posts: 1Member
    Hi Cristale, thanks for that info. I have some follow up questions:
    1. If I've registered under individual and I want to change it to a Company instead, can I do that?
    2. Also, will I be able to withdraw to my personal bank account even if I have a Company profile? This is a sole proprietorship so my bank account is still under my name.

    If you can please get back to me on that I would appreciate it. Thanks!
  • Aleksandra_PayoneerAleksandra_Payoneer Posts: 180Administrator ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Hello, @strawberry

    1. There is no way to switch individual account to a company account and vice versa. In this case, you will need to re-apply for a separate company account using a different email.
    2. Yes, you will be able to do so.

    Let us know in case if you will have additional questions

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