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  • I'm not a native English speaker but how exactly is the above phrase idiomatically and semantically sound? More importantly, why do you sound like you could be reading from a Matrix script? Oh, right...
  • > @Trinity said: > (Quote) > You are making stuff up. > > What point did they downplay the importance? Show me specifically the words where they downplay the importance of this. Apparently you didn't consider the possibility of downplaying something EXACTLY by not wasting words on it. There is just as much need to quote…
  • Payoneer has consistently downplayed the importance of those who rely completely on their cards for withdrawing funds. I don't see the necessary sense of urgency to restore and resume card operations. They seem to think that the options to withdraw to bank accounts and make online payments is enough of a solution for now…
  • "We are happy to report that the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) completed its audit and confirmed that it has lifted the freeze on your Wirecard-issued Payoneer Prepaid Mastercard® card. As Mastercard has addressed and fixed some technical issues, your Payoneer Prepaid Mastercard is now active once again.""…
  • According to their last update, the cards should become active within the next 24 hours. They're not yet fully active despite the freeze lift because Mastercard need to sort out some technical stuff. And seeing as some of us have already been able to use the card for online payments, shit looks less smellier than before.…
  • > @MintMist said: > (Quote) > For example that German Wirecard won't be able to use money of UK Wirecard? But as I said in the same post you're quoting from: Wirecard only issues the cards, they don't have access to the actual funds. If they do, then Payoneer is a very dumb company.
  • shitting = shitty
  • > @Meiji said: > Folks, we are all in this together. > > We all might want to consider a few things while posting our opinions. > > First and most important of all, if anyone can save us or give some sort of stress relief, that's Payoneer and Payoneer only. > > I don't think shouting at their face will help the situation.…
  • You know it's total BS when they say it's to protect customers' funds. How is freezing our funds protecting our funds? Are you telling me that if our credit cards are NOT blocked the bankrupt crooks can somehow use the funds associated with them? That's TOTAL BS. The funds and the cards are not the same thing. It's the…
  • Oh yeah? Well Mr. Scott Galit, CEO of Payoneer, when shit is hitting your ex-fans from San Francisco to Tokyo in loads bigger than their frozen funds, your once-a-day meaningless updates can't hide the stench, let alone provide the necessary assurances. Payoneer is dead and it died through silence and in silence.…
  • You failed to warn your costumers who pay you a heavy fee from their hard earned money. Many of us depend on the card for their livelihoods and you have had enough time to at least warn us to withdraw whatever funds we had on our accounts in order to have a cushion while you get things working again. Had you done this, our…