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theAlThemist says

You could also use your Payoneer MasterCard for PayPal payments. You would only need to add that card to your PayPal account. And that is the fastest option I think. Just register the card, check the PayPal transaction verification code in your Payoneer statement (takes approx 5 min.) and you’re good to go.

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MsTrends says

You could also use your Payoneer MasterCard for PayPal payments. You would only need to add that card to your PayPal account. And that is the fastest option I think. Just register the card, check the PayPal transaction verification code in your Payoneer statement (takes approx 5 min.) and you’re good to go.

Yes, but the problem is paypal services are not available for Pakistan.

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MsTrends says

Clear me its possible or not Moenybookers to Payoneer and Payoneer to Moneybookers :)

I’ve just loaded funds in my skrill account from my payoneer debit card, so Payoneer to Moneybookers definitely possible.

However, i’m not sure about Moneybookers to Payoneer funds transfer.

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webdesignerart says


Clear me its possible or not Moenybookers to Payoneer and Payoneer to Moneybookers :)

I’ve just loaded funds in my skrill account from my payoneer debit card, so Payoneer to Moneybookers definitely possible.

However, i’m not sure about Moneybookers to Payoneer funds transfer.

ooOO Great, this kinda nice.

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Nissim_Payoneer says

@MsTrends: Glad it worked out :)

The issue we see sometimes with Skrill verification using the Payoneer card is that they process their charges with a non-US processor (GBR). As these are USD charges outside the US, a cross border charge of up to 1.8% may be applied. So the amount you’re seeing in the Payoneer account doesn’t exactly match the original charge amount by Skrill.

Overall, you can estimate the amount by figuring in a 1.8% charge, +/- $0.01. You can also feel free to contact me/Payoneer support and we’ll be happy to confirm it for you.

We do allow you to add the Payoneer card to Skrill and use it as a payment method. If you’re looking to withdraw funds from Skrill to Payoneer, however, you need to apply for our US Payment Service.

This service allows you to receive US direct deposit transfers to your Payoneer card, from select US companies. The way it works is that we provide you with a US account/routing number, that can only be used to receive funds. All funds received are then loaded directly to your Payoneer card.

You can read more about that service at http://www.payoneer.com/USPService.aspx. There is also a link there to apply, or alternatively you can contact me at nissimal@payoneer.com for more details.

Thanks!

Nissim | Payoneer Community Manager | payoneer.com

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ikaruna says

Hello,

I know this would be a bit off topic, do you guys know if Payoneer has Envato branded cards?

thanx! jayc

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MsTrends says

@MsTrends: Glad it worked out :)

The issue we see sometimes with Skrill verification using the Payoneer card is that they process their charges with a non-US processor (GBR). As these are USD charges outside the US, a cross border charge of up to 1.8% may be applied. So the amount you’re seeing in the Payoneer account doesn’t exactly match the original charge amount by Skrill.

Overall, you can estimate the amount by figuring in a 1.8% charge, +/- $0.01. You can also feel free to contact me/Payoneer support and we’ll be happy to confirm it for you.

We do allow you to add the Payoneer card to Skrill and use it as a payment method. If you’re looking to withdraw funds from Skrill to Payoneer, however, you need to apply for our US Payment Service.

This service allows you to receive US direct deposit transfers to your Payoneer card, from select US companies. The way it works is that we provide you with a US account/routing number, that can only be used to receive funds. All funds received are then loaded directly to your Payoneer card.

You can read more about that service at http://www.payoneer.com/USPService.aspx. There is also a link there to apply, or alternatively you can contact me at nissimal@payoneer.com for more details.

Thanks!

Nissim | Payoneer Community Manager | payoneer.com

US Payment Service? It sounds great, i’m going to apply for it. I think there is a charge of 1% on each transaction for this service. Is there any other charge?

Further, is there any possibility in future for SENDING funds to the listed companies mentioned in ur provided link?

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Nissim_Payoneer says

US Payment Service? It sounds great, i’m going to apply for it. I think there is a charge of 1% on each transaction for this service. Is there any other charge?

Correct, the cost of the service is 1% of the amount received. There is no other fee associated with the US Payment Service. So if you send $100 from PayPal to Payoneer’s US Payment Service, you will see a load of $100 to your card, and then a charge of $1.


Further, is there any possibility in future for SENDING funds to the listed companies mentioned in ur provided link?

This is a feature we’re looking in to adding for the future ;)

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MsTrends says

Correct, the cost of the service is 1% of the amount received. There is no other fee associated with the US Payment Service. So if you send $100 from PayPal to Payoneer’s US Payment Service, you will see a load of $100 to your card, and then a charge of $1.

Thats seems quite reasonable then.



Further, is there any possibility in future for SENDING funds to the listed companies mentioned in ur provided link?
This is a feature we’re looking in to adding for the future ;)

Nice! it would be great feature, looking forward for it :)

Further, ‘Apply Now’ button in the link u provide above seems not to be working, using google chrome. However, i’ve sent u an email for signup application.

Regards

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Nissim_Payoneer says

Thanks, I replied to your e-mail.

The “Apply Now” button should open a new e-mail to our US Payment Service department, where you can request to apply for the US Payment Service.

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