12 Comments

  1. Anis

    Payoneer is absolutely no scam, it’s a legit way to get paid, I have a credit card by Payoneer in front of me now.

    It kinda weird that I am reading that someone thought that Payoneer is a scam.

    I was an Infolinx publisher and they sent me a Payoneer credit card to receive payments.

    Thanks for your update! 🙂

    • Nnamdi

      That is right Anis, I am glad that you are confirming my review about Payoneer. As a matter of fact, I posted a blog on Wealthy Affiliate to let the community know that they could use Payoneer to receive payments knowing how difficult and frustrating it can get sometimes to get your payment into your local bank, especially those of us that are not residing in the US. But I was surprised the person commented and was saying people should exercise caution when dealing with Payoneer. He didn’t elaborate what he meant but whatever it is, I believe is just a misunderstanding.

      Thank you for commenting though.

  2. Patrick

    I have had problems with PayPal in the past and was looking for an alternative. This seems to be exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for this helpful information. This couldn’t have come at a better time for me. I will definitely be back for more helpful tips. Keep up the great work.

    Patrick

  3. john

    Nnamdi,
    Always used PayPal, did not know this option was out there. As most of my current money transfers are in the United States, I still want to look into this. I do not do business with Amazon because of my location, I do have an account with Commission Junction.
    I think I will look into Payoneer as it looks like it has a lot of good features that I could use in the future.
    John

    • Nnamdi

      That’s right John, I have an account with Commission Junction and Amazon, Payoneer is what I am using to receive payment. You will be given $25 if you register and receive payment through Payoneer.

  4. dinh

    It’s always good to get a personal experience to validate whether the company is good or not or whether they are a scam. Thank you for revealing the truth!

  5. Suzette

    HI Nnamdi, Thank you for your honest review and revealing all about Payoneer. This program does not at all sound like a scam to me. Although there are a few things that you mentioned that I am not fond of. Just as with our banking systems here in the USA. I have never been fond of paying a maintenance fee for using their services for my money. $29.95 seems a bit steep to me but that just may be because I have never run into the hassle and frustration of dealing with a situation of not getting a payment. I also am not one who has any credit cards that charge a fee as well. I am familiar with paypal and Payza and use them frequently when dealing with the many income streams that I am affiliated with. If I should run into a problem down the line, it will be assuring to me to know that there is a solution with Payoneer and will be sure to utilize their services when needed.

    • Nnamdi

      Thank you Suzette, I understand your point concerning the charges Payoneer charge but that is how they make sure that they stay in business and also deliver with security and prompt payments. If I had the opportunity you have in the US, I will not subscribe to Payoneer but we outside the US are experiencing difficulty and frustrations in securing our payments, and Payoneer is making sure that we get our money into our own local banks. So, if they charge that I still don’t think is too much even though some might still argue that it is. But the value I get really surpasses the charges and that is what really matters.

      Moreover, if you register and receive payment of $100 you will get $25 as a bonus.

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