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  • Hi @27mdmo7sn it seems you would like to make a wire transfer. This is not supported by Payoneer's US Payment Service, as this only support ACH, which is used in the United States of America for domestic payments. Also Community Federal Savings Ban…
  • @Madbunny PayPal discriminating against some countries(' banks) is exactly the point I also made. I didn't suggest it has to do with SEPA. I just mentioned it's surprising, as PayPal actually is implementing SEPA and recently started offering accoun…
  • After selecting Add Bank Account, and do some verification you should be presented with something like the following. At Country you should select United States of America, after which you can fill in the requested details. (Image)
  • Yes, if you have the withdrawal service enabled you can add an US bank account, as well as bank accounts in a wide variety of other countries. If you don't have the withdrawal option in your account (yet) you should contact Payoneers customer servic…
  • It's a well known situation that banks and payment processors tend to delay processing in order to gain more revenue. (Not sure if that's for speculation purpose or saves money on processing though.) For that reason I personally always try to avoid …
  • @Madbunny as for payment processing there probably are more interesting parties then PayPal. And those you could use in conjunction with your EU Payment Service account. Hence you could do business with payment processors all over Europe. In order t…
  • @Madbunny Adding a credit or debit card to your PayPal account, in order to load it, is a whole different situation than adding a bank account for withdrawal purpose. Transferring money to non verified bank accounts is something pretty much any fina…
  • Personally I added the bank account as provided for the EU Payment Service without problems. Also it's true it was previously possible to add bank accounts to PayPal without verification. Direct debit wouldn't work without verification, but it was p…
  • Dobar dan @Madbunny What a coincidence, I'll took another look at the options to add a bank account some hours ago. A couple of weeks ago I only was able to add Dutch bank accounts (as I'm a Dutch resident) and one US bank account. As of today they …
  • Personally I agree it seems odd (if) they ask you to waive your rights to dispute future transactions. However, I don't think this is a situation in which other Payoneer customers may help you or which Payoneer is likely to discuss on a public forum…
  • To be fairly honest I didn't experience any problems withdrawing money from PayPal to Payoneer last year, with the most recent transaction being dated 14 November 2014. This month I also made a withdrawal without any problems. So your point that Pay…
  • There are no limits in regards to the amounts of money you can receive via the USPS or Payoneer's partners. There is however a limit on the amount of money which can be loaded on the card. Money exceeding this limit will be held separately, and visi…
  • @urwatulquran  In order to receive private loads you should have received payments through the USPS or via Payoneers partners first.
  • You may be interested in the beta trial of Payoneer's new Euro Payment Service. That will give you the Payoneer Prepaid Card or the Payoneer Virtual Card, with an balance held in euro's. Also you receive details for an European bank account to recei…
  • Yes, you can use the US Bank account details provided by Payoneer in order to receive payments from US companies. (Not private individuals.) Receiving these payments will cost you a low fee of only 1%.
  • @eksabcash Loading a Payoneer card using a credit card can easily be done using the private load service. However right after receiving the first Payoneer card it's not (yet) eligible. In order to be so you need a card which is active in receiving …
  • Bank account numbers in the USA don't follow any standards. There is only a limit of 17 digits defined by the Automated Clearing House, so account numbers cannot exceed these 17 digits. 17 digits however are fine, and shouldn't be a problem. I don't…
  • No, it's not possible to sent money from Western Union to Payoneer directly. It may however be possible by using an intermediary, better known as an exchange. They will accept the money then and transfer the money to your account or a fee, for ins…
  • In my case: I do live in the Netherlands were, in general, only EUR accounts are possible. I do earn some money in USD, which is paid out to PayPal and/or Payoneer. So by using Payoneer I avoid currency conversion at all, as much as possible. Beside…
  • @zaini My revenue over January is paid at 27 February, revenue over December at 4 February. In the past I noticed some delays in payments a couple of times, however usually I receive payments on time. If you didn't receive payment of your revenues o…
  • Moment... Before you dislike my last reply too. You of course meant if these withdrawal limits are per day or per transaction. As they don't state any limitations besides the minimum and maximum amount of a withdrawal, you may assume you could make …
  • @rizwanash Glad it worked. Over here also made a small withdrawal from PayPal yesterday, which is loaded on my Payoneer account today, just fine.
  • @"James Kingston", my bad. I mistakenly read the question as 'is there a [..]' and missed the word bank. For bank withdrawals there also are limits. From the Withdrawal FAQ: (Quote) If you already added a bank account to your account and g…
  • Actually Freelancer and Payoneer partnered already. Freelancer also offers a rebranded Payoneer card. In regards to your other question concerning using Freelancer in conjunction with your Payoneer account see the answer in that topic.
  • Fiverr will not charge you for withdrawal of your funds. However fees associated with loading your card most likely do apply. These may vary between different accounts, but I think these will be $ 1,- for a standard load (within 2 days) or $ 5,- for…
  • @sakheehabib, if you login at your Skrill account you can select Card and Bank Accounts, here you see a list of already added cards and bank accounts, followed by a button Add Bank Account. If you click that you should select as Country United State…
  • @rizwanash, credit cards and bank accounts linked to your PayPal account are not related to each other and individually reviewed by PayPal. If a withdrawal to a bank account or Payoneer's US Payment Service is reversed, this most likely is not relat…
  • You should clear both your browser- as DNS cache. That last one is a bit tricky as requests  probably most likely are cached at your PC, (maybe) your modem/router and your DNS provider. Regarding the last one I should make sure it's set correctly, …
  • Yes. To find out what these limitations are you should login at your account and select Terms & Conditions. For reference only I will post the relevant terms & conditions of my account. Please note however that you may have signed up under …
  • You can however download a monthly statement, as PDF. If you login at your account, select Account Activity, followed by Transactions you will see Download monthly statements with a dropdown menu. There you can select the month of which you want a a…
  • Any ATM should ask you for a PIN, as they are unmanned. Not like it's relevant as your card is probably compromised. Cashing out skimmed cards in other countries is actually quite common by the way. You should contact the customer service as soon a…
  • Payoneer is advertising on their website with the option to "withdraw to bank accounts in more than 200 countries and over 50 currencies". I don't see the withdrawal option though. I assume the Netherlands is not one of those 200 countries…
  • How exactly do your members care about the payment processor you're using to receive payments? It's not like they have to signup for PayPal to make a payment or something. (Although PayPal has the bad habit to make an extra non authorized charge on …
  • They only do from a select list of US Companies through the ACH network. Payoneer calls it the US Payment Service. You can read more about it at http://www.payoneer.com/uspservice.aspx Besides that you might send a load invitation or load it yoursel…
  • Apple's App Store quite often rejects cards for multiple reasons. Reasons might be your IP is not originating from the same country as in your profile, you're using a foreign App Store, you're using a debit card/not a credit card, the credit card is…
  • You can buy perfectly valid 3V cards (from Visa or their selected partners) or Virtual Visa Cards through Entropay. In most cases that's quite expensive though. Further you might load money to your Payza account by bank transfer.   Personally I wo…
  • And how about load invitations? Are they considered, or even possible at all?
  • For me it's not really an issue, even though I don't consider the Payoneer card a good looking card. I think the more subtile Payoneer logo at the 3rd party Payoneer cards are more appealing. I most definitely won't pay $20-30 for a custom card nor …
  • Today I received my first payment from Gunggo to Payoneer. Awesome. :D
  • I had contact with the customer service of Pulsepoint and got the following two replies: Unfortunately we don't have the option for you to be paid via Payoneer. The only options at this time are to be paid via check through the mail, PayPal, or …
  • (Quote)   I would like to add that people should review their profile page as well, and change the secret question and it's answer. Further they should review any other account they have, which is using the same password and/or secret question.
  • I would like Payoneer to work with Pulsepoint as well. They indeed do support EFT and are an American company, so it wouldn't be much of a problem (I think) to approve them for the US Payment Service.   I will send Pulsepoint a mail concerning thi…
  • Copying the magnetic stripe is indeed quite easy. Magnetic stripes usually consist of 2 tracks, which each store information such as the expiration date and primary account number. (Sometimes there's a third track, but often not and even if there is…
  • I wrote here earlier about Mastercard acceptance in the Netherlands. Pretty much all, if not all, ATM's over here accept Mastercards + PIN. (So make sure you know your PIN.) Since the credit card penetration grade is traditionally low over here, don…
  • (Quote)   Can you tell me more about this? See, a lot of people might not check their mail frequently or pickup their phone if they are in a foreign country. I probably would, but I can imagine people don't want to spend a lot of money on roaming o…
    in On trip Comment by TristanP April 2013
  • In the Netherlands banks started to promote EMV in 2005. Shortly after that merchants started to putting pieces of cardboard in their swipe card readers. Even though most terminals will ask you to swipe your pass if the "chip" turns out to…
  • I'm not into the adult affiliate business so I can't help you with that. Perhaps you want to take a look at Exoclick. It's one of the biggest ad networks, doing lots of adult traffic. They might give you high eCPM rates, NET7 payment terms, good sup…
  • You ever dealt with PayPal's fraud control desk? They DO suspect your bank account name to be the same as that on PayPal. As well as the same as your legal name, as shown on your ID. If these names don't match you have an even harder job to proof ev…
  • As for now Payoneer charges $ 29.95 a/year from your available balance for the card. A replacement card, in case your card is lost or broken, costs $12.95. There ain't additional maintenance fees or hidden costs.   You might want to check the actu…
  • I contacted my account manager at Gunggo, and got the following reply: Hello Tristan, We have already submitted an application to Payonee. The application is being processed at the moment. As soon as we are approved, we can send $$ to publishers …
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