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Order Payoneer Prepaid Mastercard - What if?

leoda Member Posts: 2

To give you the context, I'm always moving around while working (and the funds are transferred to Payoneer). I've been using Payoneer for 3+ years, and usually I did the withdrawal to my local bank acc. However, I might consider to get the Payoneer card this time. Then my questions are:

1. I want to order the card, but I might be not at home for several months. When will I be charged for the annual fee? Right after it's delivered/shipped? Or right when I activate the card (even after it's delivered to my home, it will wait until I activate it)?

2. Is it possible to have both options of withdrawal, bank transfer from Payoneer and the card? Or I have to choose one of them?

3. Is it possible to withdraw my USD from Payoneer using the card, VIA BANK TELLER? In other words, is it possible if the bank teller (outside the US, whereas USD is not the currency) charges me in USD, and I use the card for payment.

4. If #3 is possible, how much is the fee? $3 like the withdrawal from ATM, without any conversion fee, plus some processing fee charged by the bank (not by Payoneer)?

Sorry if I got too many questions. Thanks for sparing your time to read!


  • LauraPayoneer
    LauraPayoneer Confirm Email, Member, Administrator, Moderator Posts: 716 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Hi there.

    1 - Yes. This fee is basically charged once a year and once the card has been activated and you have enough funds on your balance to cover the fee. We do encourage all of our users to be aware of the fees whenever a card is ordered.

    2 - Yes, you can have both options if your account is already enable for withdrawal via bank account.

    3 - About bank teller usage, it depends on the bank and what they allow, however it would be like a standard cash withdrawal (simply not at the ATM). This really depends on the bank and if they allow it.

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