Merry X-Mas to everyone, and a great new year ahead. Happy holidays.
Congratulations, Pete. Not long back when you used to work day and night to release themes consistently in short span. Incredible hard work and consistent performance. Will take party some day.
Incredible. I still remember your first interview on Tuts+ that drove me towards the Marketplaces. Long journey and really hard work.
Well deserved and great choice as a support staff. Congratulations, Jami.
Hello Satish. As Nissim stated in this thread earlier:
The Payoneer card actually does work in India, the problem is that the Indian Government has restricted the issuance of Visa/MasterCard cards to Indian residents. Due to this, we are unable to issue cards to Indian residents (or continue supporting cards that were issued prior to this change). Any non-Indian resident travelling to India with a Payoneer card will still be able to use the card to get cash at an ATM .
I guess your card was issued in Nepal.
Hey Daniel. You can use mine too (if they are worth displaying).
Hello MPC . Make sure your UI DIV has a high z-index. Nivo slides have random z-index that might be exceeding the one on your UI DIV . Just give it z-index:99999. Hope it works.
All of them have their own drawbacks.
1. Paypal: I have stopped using it from a long time now. You can not use your incoming funds to buy something. $500 transaction limit, auto withdrawal on same day etc. It is only useful to some extent if you have a Credit Card.
2. Payoneer: It is good for bringing international funds to our local account (Only through International Bank transfer, and via some Affiliate firm). The card does not work in India. I have two such cards (one from oDesk and another from Envato). They do not work anymore.
The only solution right now is the Credit Card. Use your parent’s card if they allow you.