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Committed to meeting the highest standards in service, security, and privacy, Payoneer has partnered with the First Bank of Delaware. Payoneer utilizes, and continually invests in, top-of-the-line secure technology and adheres to stringent regulations for customer privacy, authentication and identity verification. Payoneer complies with the required KYC (Know Your Customer), BSA (Bank Secrecy Act), AML (Anti-Money Laundering) procedures and OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control).   Affiliate networks Internet Payment Service Provider ( IPSP ) Freelance marketplace Online marketing/surveys Stock photography  Payoneer  helps web-based businesses pay large numbers of people around the world, efficiently and securely, direct to co-branded prepaid MasterCard® cards.  Cardholders receive their funds immediately, avoid steep bank charges and hassles, and can use the card to spend or withdraw money in their local currency anywhere that accepts debit MasterCard.  Unlike traditional payment methods, no bank account or credit history is required.  The Best Way to Pay Cost-savings:  Reduce costs by about $1-2 per payment.  Rapid deployment:  Fully-hosted turn-key solution.  Localized solution:  Multi-currency solutions with multi-lingual cardholder support. Efficiency:  Eliminate administrative hassles of cutting checks, sending wires, tracking payments, re-issuing lost checks, etc.  Loyalty:  Private-label card, cardholder website and emails reinforce top-of-mind awareness.  The Best Way to Get Paid Immediate liquidity:  Payments available in minutes anywhere in the world. Convenient: Access funds in local currency, eliminating bureaucratic hassle and trips to the bank. No bank account required.  Cost-effective:  Fraction of the cost of checks or wires. Flexibility: Withdraw funds at any ATM or use for purchases at over 26 million MasterCard locations worldwide; “top-up” online by credit card or at over 59,000 Western Union locations in the US.  Branded card:  Show the world your affiliation to the organization with each payment.  Responsive:  Customer support by online chat, email or phone.  Online access:  Check account and perform transactions online 24/7. To receive a proposal for a tailored mass payout solution, fill out this Become a Partner form.



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All types of Internet businesses


The tables below display the maximum possible* charges:
Item Price (USD) Unit How Applied
Card Application Processing No Charge No Charge No charge
Card activation $ 9.95 Per card One time - when card is first loaded
Replacement card $ 9.95 Per card One time - when issuing replacement card
Monthly account maintenance $ 3.00 Per card From available card balance each month
ATM Cash Withdrawals
Item Price (USD) Unit How Applied
ATM withdrawal - US $ 1.35 Per Trx When withdrawal is requested
ATM withdrawal -outside US $ 2.15 + upto 3% of transaction amount Per Trx When withdrawal is requested
Declined ATM withdrawal $ 0.90 Per Trx When withdrawal request is declined
Expedited Card shipping
Item Price (USD) Unit How Applied
Expedited Card shipping Based on Ship method Per card When card is ordered
Customer Service
Item Price (USD) Unit How Applied
Viewing statement online No Charge Per viewing No Charge
Customer Service calls No Charge Per call No Charge
Phone Card Use
Calls inside U.S. (only) $ 0.139 Per minute Per call
Loading Fees

You can load a Payoneer Prepaid MasterCard with a credit or debit card, or transfer from a checking account. Different fees (see below) apply.
US cardholders can also load funds with Western Union. Learn More.

Loading option First load All others Applied within
Transfer from a checking or a savings account $ 5.00 $ 2.00 4-7 business days
Visa 3.5% of loaded amount 3.5% of loaded amount up to 2 business days
MasterCard 3.5% of loaded amount 3.5% of loaded amount up to 2 business days

* shipping and cross-border fees may also apply.

Integration approaches

Get paid directly to your Payoneer Prepaid MasterCard® Use the card for online and offline purchases, or withdraw cash from an ATM - anywhere that debit MasterCard is accepted. Receive payments in dollars and immediately spend or withdraw funds in local currency Never be overdrawn - you can only spend money that has been loaded onto the card No bank account or credit check required The flat, clear and modest fee structure is lower than traditional payment methods and very competitive with other online payment methods If your card is lost or stolen, we will provide a replacement and transfer your balance (be sure to report it immediately!) Payoneer uses top-of-the-line secure technology and stringent regulations for customer privacy, authentication and identity verification

Information for developers

Affiliate networks Internet Payment Service Provider ( IPSP ) Freelance marketplace Online marketing/surveys Stock photography Payoneer helps web-based businesses pay large numbers of people around the world, efficiently and securely, direct to co-branded prepaid MasterCard® cards. Cardholders receive their funds immediately, avoid steep bank charges and hassles, and can use the card to spend or withdraw money in their local currency anywhere that accepts debit MasterCard. Unlike traditional payment methods, no bank account or credit history is required. The Best Way to Pay Cost-savings: Reduce costs by about $1-2 per payment. Rapid deployment: Fully-hosted turn-key solution. Localized solution: Multi-currency solutions with multi-lingual cardholder support. Efficiency: Eliminate administrative hassles of cutting checks, sending wires, tracking payments, re-issuing lost checks, etc. Loyalty: Private-label card, cardholder website and emails reinforce top-of-mind awareness. The Best Way to Get Paid Immediate liquidity: Payments available in minutes anywhere in the world. Convenient: Access funds in local currency, eliminating bureaucratic hassle and trips to the bank. No bank account required. Cost-effective: Fraction of the cost of checks or wires. Flexibility: Withdraw funds at any ATM or use for purchases at over 26 million MasterCard locations worldwide; “top-up” online by credit card or at over 59,000 Western Union locations in the US. Branded card: Show the world your affiliation to the organization with each payment. Responsive: Customer support by online chat, email or phone. Online access: Check account and perform transactions online 24/7. To receive a proposal for a tailored mass payout solution, fill out this Become a Partner form.

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Posted on March 15, 2018
GDPR is just around the corner. Are you ready?

Everyone is talking about GDPR, but what is it? Who does it apply to? How will it impact on marketplaces and platforms? We wanted to shed some light on these questions.

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) is a European regulation that will take effect on May 25, 2018, and replaces the Data Protection Directive of 1995 and the national data protection laws of the European Union (“EU”).

GDPR is designed to set a uniform standard across the EU with regard to the way organizations collect, use and share personal data of data subjects in the EU.

What information does GDPR protect?

GDPR applies a broader than usual definition of personal data, including “any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person (‘data subject’); an identifiable natural person is one who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier such as a name, an identification number, location data, an online identifier or to one or more factors specific to the physical, physiological, genetic, mental, economic, cultural or social identity of that natural person”.

Therefore, the definition may capture, in certain circumstances, IP addresses, mobile device IDs, email addresses, cookies and other online identifiers.

Who is subject to GDPR requirements?

The application of GDPR is cross border and it covers the processing by organizations established in the EU of personal data in the course of their activities (EU and non-EU data subjects). It also applies to non-EU organizations with no formal or physical presence in the EU, so long as such non-EU organizations offer goods or services to data subjects in the EU or monitor their behavior (to the extent the subject is within the EU) (e.g. internet use profiling).

The act of ‘processing’ covers a variety of actions of an organization such as collection, recording, structuring, storing, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, erasure or destruction, etc.

Such non-EU organizations are generally required to designate a representative established in an EU member state where the data subjects whose personal data is processed or whose behavior is monitored are located. The term “established” can be interpreted in different ways, so whether an organization is considered established in the EU should be examined on a case-by-case basis.

Key Elements

GDPR includes certain key elements and obligations that impacted organizations should be aware of and implement, such as:

  • Defining the specific legal ground to permit data processing
  • Identifying and documenting the process by which personal data is collected and processed
  • Appointing a Data Processing Officer
  • Defining the organization’s responsibilities as data controller and/or data processor
  • Formulating data breach responses and notification requirements
  • Outlining the rights of the data subjects to access their information and be forgotten
  • Addressing transmission of personal data outside of the EU


Organizations that fail to comply with the requirements of GDPR may face severe administrative and economic sanctions, including fines of up to EUR 20,000,000 or 4% of the organization’s total worldwide annual turnover of the preceding financial year.

How does GDPR Impact you?

As a commercial business such as a marketplace or digital platform selling or otherwise offering goods or services internationally and processing personal data, you should understand how and whether GDPR applies to your organization. The personal data collected, stored or processed by your organization might be that of your sellers, customers, vendors and even random visitors to your website.

GDPR can apply to your organization regardless of its size or revenues and even regardless of whether or not you have a formal presence in the EU.  If you collect, hold, process or have access to information that can be used to identify a data subject in the EU, you are probably subject to GDPR.

Firstly, you should understand the criteria for offering “goods and services” to EU data subjects. Is your website accessible in the EU? Do you use EU languages and currency? Are your campaigns directed to the EU?

Let’s take, for example, a Singapore-based organization that sells hand-made ties. The company has neither offices nor an affiliate company established in the EU, but offers its goods online. The company runs campaigns targeted at customers in the EU and even offers translated pages of its website. This organization collects personal data upon registration and creation of an account, including the registrant’s name and email address. Does GDPR apply to this organization? The answer is yes.

The new regime of GDPR confers more responsibilities on the organization; it’s now the organization’s responsibility to confirm that the data it processes is duly protected. Sometimes GDPR only provides a framework or guideline, and the organization must determine if it’s the controller or a processor of personal data and make sure that it properly stores and protects personal data.

The key questions you should be asking

You should ask yourself a few questions to make sure that you are prepared for GDPR compliance: what is the nature of the personal data you collect? Are you going to collect additional types of information? How is it collected, processed and stored? What is the nature of processing? What are the current policies that need to be updated and created? Does your privacy policy adequately describe the use of the information? Do you need to appoint a Data Processing Officer? What are the legal grounds pursuant to which you collect the information? Do you rely on consent? Can you adequately comply with the data subjects’ rights? Are your security measures sufficient? These questions, and many more, need to be addressed when considering GDPR compliance.

Individuals are becoming more and more aware of their rights and the data collectors’ responsibilities as we countdown towards May 2018.

What are we doing at Payoneer to be ready for GDPR?

At Payoneer we take pride in providing a high level of security and transparency with respect to how we collect, use and share the personal data of our customers, partners and vendors. We are diligently preparing for GDPR, updating our policies and refreshing our procedures pertaining to data subjects’ access and other rights and are taking these and other measures to be fully compliant with GDPR.

Please note that this isn’t intended to be a comprehensive and exhaustive review, but rather an outline of certain issues which we consider to be key to understanding GDPR. We recommend that you undertake your own analysis as to how GDPR applies to your organization specifically.

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Posted on March 12, 2018
3 success stories from our incredible community of Indian entrepreneurs

Payoneer helps small businesses and entrepreneurs around the world to expand their business and receive international payments faster and with less hassle. Thousands of entrepreneurs turned to Payoneer to solve their international payment problems. Here are three individuals who boosted their businesses thanks to Payoneer.

Meet Hooner Baweja

“Our business consists of 100% cross-border trade. On time payment realization from international marketplaces is crucial for our success.”

Hooner Baweja, founder and CEO of Hothaat Marketplace, India, turned to Payoneer to lower costs and speed up payment time on international payments. Baweja’s cross-border eCommerce company imports textile products into the US. As trade volume increased, it became harder to streamline international payments in a way that would support business growth. High exchange rates and payment processing times of 7-10 business days were holding his business back from expansion. By joining Payoneer, Hothaat Marketplace saved 2-3% on exchange rates and significantly shortened payment realization time.

“Payoneer’s global presence is enabling us to grow exponentially into other marketplaces in a secure and compliant way.”

Meet Gopal and Govind Yadav

“Although we paid high fees for international payment services, we had a payment decline rate of 30%.”

Brothers Gopal and Govind Yadav, founders and co-directors of Aabhyasa Technologies Pvt Ltd. in Varanasi, India, joined Payoneer to solve the payment decline rate of 30%. Running an international technologies firm, it was vital that the Yadavs were able to reliably receive international payments. Despite trying multiple checkout solutions and paying high fees, the Yadav brothers couldn’t find a reliable payment solution until they turned to Payoneer. Payoneer’s foreign bank account service reduced the payment decline rate to zero, raised payment growth to 35% and enabled Aabhyasa Technologies to accept check payments too.

“Now we plan to expand our offerings across multiple geographies and sectors .”

Meet Abishek Middha

“We were using a lot of different ways to get payments.”

Abishek Middha, founder of AND Exports & The Boho Street, Jaipur, India, turned to Payoneer to simplify the process and reduce the costs of receiving payments from multiple different countries. Middha exports a range of products to the US, Europe, Australia, and Canada, but using a lot of different ways to process international payments was affecting his profit margins. Payoneer gave Middha a single streamlined payment solution. With a bank account in every country, Middha can now process international payments for minimal charge and keep the profit margins for his business.

“We can confidently plan to expand into almost any country in the world, because we know that Payoneer is there to manage our payments.”

Payoneer operates in 90% of countries in the world, so wherever your business expands to, we’ll be there to reduce the cost, the time, and the hassle of processing international payments.

Learn more about Payoneer's global payment solutions!


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Posted on March 8, 2018
Promoting the Philippines as a premier outsourcing destination

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Derek Gallimore, Founder at Outsource Accelerator.


It’s a well-known fact that the information technology-business process outsourcing (IT-BPO) continues to be one of the fastest growing industry sectors in the Philippines. The industry has made tremendous progress after the first contact center was established in the country in 1992. Since then, it has generated revenue amounting to US$2.2 billion and 1.2 million jobs, and is expected to raise those numbers to US$ 40 billion and 1.8 million jobs by 2022. In fact, the Philippines has consistently earned its place as a top outsourcing destination.

There are many reasons why investors and international companies, especially those from the Western hemisphere, see the Philippines as a primary choice for their outsourcing needs. The competitive labor cost is one, but the high rates of English fluency and cultural affinity, and the sizeable number of incentives offered to investors have also helped prime the country for business ventures related to the IT-BPO industry.

Despite its position as an undisputed leader in customer service, the country must continue to adapt to the technological advancements that are already changing the landscape of the IT-BPO industry across the globe: big data and analytics, Internet-of-things, automation and artificial intelligence, and cloud computing. To maximize the opportunities presented by these technologies, the Philippines has to prepare for the potential dampening of low skilled work due to automation, as well as the augmented growth of services supported by the IT-BPO industry.


There are many things that need to be done to make the IT-BPO industry truly future-ready. Strengthening the education system’s science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) program is one, in addition to the many platforms and plans that government bodies and BPO organizations are spearheading. This doesn’t mean, however, that regular citizens can’t contribute to these efforts. One of the ways individuals can make an impact is by creating informative content and media that promote the country to prospective investors.

This is where Outsource Accelerator’s The Source: Article Competition comes in. This free-entry article writing competition aims to promote the Philippines as a premier outsourcing destination with a wide range of available outsourcing services. One of the contest’s main goals is to generate highly informative articles that detail how easy it is to outsource to the country and the benefits of doing so.

The grand winner of the competition can get up to PHP 200,000 in cash, and the more entries there are, the higher the prizes get. Participants can send as many entries as they want. The contest is open to all workers in the BPO sector in the Philippines, independent contractors, and remote workers, but anyone can send entries as long as they get the approval of the BPO company they wish to write about.

The articles written for the competition must (1) promote the Philippines as the world’s premier outsourcing destination; (2) explain how the BPO company provides excellent services; (3) provide valuable insights related to outsourcing that will benefit readers, particularly decision makers of small and medium businesses and enterprises (SMB/SME); and (4) mention Outsource Accelerator and The Source.

To take part in the competition, simply create an account on Outsource Accelerator’s website, write the article, and submit your entries on or before March 24, 2018. Entrants are encouraged to share their submissions with friends and colleagues, as the entries will be judged not only based on their quality but also on the number of likes and shares they get. The winners will be announced on April 4, 2018, via Facebook Live.

To sign up for the competition and to find out more about the contest and its mechanics, click here!


Derek Gallimore is as passionate about outsourcing as he is for business and entrepreneurial-ism. Outsourcing is a booming industry. The concept of developed countries sourcing cheaper back-end services and manufacturing from developing countries has been happening in some form or another for many decades – even centuries. Derek believes that every business owner should be fully aware, and utilise this incredible opportunity. In response to general lack of information, he has founded Outsource Accelerator. Outsource Accelerator is the world’s foremost independent and unbiased source of outsourcing information advisory and education.

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Posted on March 8, 2018
Intl Women’s Day 2018! Payoneer women leaders share their thoughts on #PressforProgress

March 8th, 2018, marks the global celebration of International Women’s Day.

This year, women’s issues have taken the spotlight more than once, including the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements and the World Economic Forums’ Global Gender Gap Report showing that it will take 217 years to close the gender parity gap. This year’s theme, #PressforProgress, focuses on gender parity and steps that calls on the world to take steps towards collectively working to close the gender gap. 

We’ve asked some of Payoneer’s women in leadership positions around the world to weigh in on what #PressforProgress means to them.

Daphna Beer-Gabel Rubin – Senior Director, Customer Relationship Management 

Understanding that women have what to contribute on par with men and treating them as equally capable is at the heart of closing the gender parity gap. We cannot deny that gender parity is still a great challenge for women across the entire globe. This parity comes as a result of many factors, societal and otherwise. However, it is also perpetuated by many women who succumb to the situation and as such, presume that they themselves are not equal. It is critical to change this mindset. For the sake of humanity, we owe it to ourselves to change this status quo – there is so much to gain! Women and men bring different strengths and weaknesses to the table, as well as different outlooks on life. The fact that we are different and that we can offer a great deal of balance is a great source of strength for women.  Women have a tremendous amount to contribute to the conversation but sitting and waiting for the gap to magically close will only do a disservice to our children’s generation.

It’s imperative for both women and men alike to not make exceptions for women simply because they’re women. How do we do this? Understanding the innate differences between men and women is the first step. Understanding that these differences do not cancel out the fact that women’s capabilities and outputs are not inferior to those of their male counterparts.  If you see yourself as having less worth, others tend to treat you as having less worth. I encourage all of us to adopt a level of conscious awareness, and apply them to our daily actions (big or small), and expect the same level of output and dedication from women as we do from men. Actively make room for women to lean in and bring their chair to the table. Perhaps, it takes a bit more juggling on her part to balance multiple responsibilities (including family). Men have these responsibilities, too. Strong women find a way to manage – to fill the gaps. Leave room for the differences, embrace them, make it a point to create an environment where women are active in a variety of positions. Let’s start acting as if the gap is already non-existent in order to close it as quickly as possible.

Aramara Miranda Leal  – Director of Compliance and Fraud Controls 

Many years ago, I actually enrolled in University to study International Development. I wanted “changing-the-world” to be my career path and figured academia would give me the required tools to do so.

Needless to say, I quit soon after. What I found at the time, and continue to discover each day, is that our biggest and most powerful tool is already at our disposal: our own agency. Every day, within ourselves and our own spheres of influence, (whether in the workplace or at home) we make very powerful choices. Who do we choose to include and exclude from our spheres of influence? Do we choose to support and celebrate others’ brave steps towards progress? Do we diminish them instead? And how about those whom we know are not granted such agency (may it be as a result of their gender, race, or social status…?) Do we stay silent or do we choose to advocate for them?

I’m not sure that I will ever have a magical solution for how we should #PressForProgress and achieve that “changing-the-world” career I once aspired to. I’ll commit to what I already have, though. Commit to making the best possible choices within the little piece of world I’ve been entrusted with, and try a bit harder every day on after.


Agnes Lee – Director, Client Business Management, Mass Payouts

I will #PressforProgress and supportively call-out inappropriate behavior.  Women who are not intimidated to speak out, who can defend and advocate for themselves and other females around them, are those who can challenge the everyday stereotyping and underestimation of women. They are the role models for equality. They gain control and ownership over their lives by setting the priorities straight and devoting time to planning their personal lives and careers without any forms of restriction.  For working moms, we must understand, admit, and accept that at times we must adjust our priorities to strike the right balance. My recommendation is to be as communicative as possible with your partner, children, and with your employer in order to create a plan that can find the right balance between parenthood and profession.  And most importantly, a plan that makes you feel guilt-free and at ease with yourself.


Keren Levy – COO, General Manager 

I am proud to share that 53% of our team members worldwide are women. I am even more proud to share that statistic comes even before we’ve planned and implemented any type of plan to address the issue of gender parity in the workforce. This statistic comes about organically, as a result of looking to employ people that aspire to excellence, with a bias for action, who are humble, passionate, creative thinkers and team players. In reality, among the candidates that apply, many women just tick the boxes on all those unique characteristics. Personally, I shy away from the press or speaking in conferences and recently one of my friends approached me saying that he has 2 girls and he would love for them to see more women speaking, being bolder and leaning in.

In conjunction with this, I am committed this year to:

  • Actively contribute to changing the status quo and work to remove barriers to women’s progress because there are too many barriers and obsolete social structures, starting from the minute we are born, which leads us as women to make specific decisions. All men that raise daughters should see themselves as being responsible to do the same.
  • Select women as spokespeople and leaders because there are so many inspiring women that are just not used to taking the front seat.

We just can’t wait 217 more years… it doesn’t feel fair to our children’s generation!


Nicole Kikoski Maio VP, Head of Client Business Management, Mass Payouts

While the WEF report concludes that it will take another 217 years to close the gender gap, it is a fact that the today women have greater opportunities and there are more women in leadership positions than the generations before us.  I cannot accept that the next generation of women, their daughters and grand-daughters still will be fighting for gender parity.  While achieving an environment of equality requires partnership of men and women, women can begin to create opportunities for future generations by cultivating the right mindset.

I read an article a few weeks ago by Margie Warrell, about how women should stop being so hard on themselves and embrace their “enoughness.”   The thesis is that we are bombarded 24/7 by ideals of being successful enough, confident enough, talented enough, organized enough, the list goes on… and many women spend far too much time focusing on how they fall short.  It really resonated with me because I also subscribe to the belief that many women are their own toughest critics.  This lack of kindness toward ourselves can ultimately hold us back, undermine resilience, and deter us from taking risks we need to achieve progress.

Let’s give ourselves permission to be fallible and make mistakes because these valuable lessons make us better leaders, colleagues and problem solvers.  Moreover, our collective ability to embrace our human flaws liberates us to take more risks and ultimately succeed in pressing forward.

Linh Peresypkin –  Head of Business Development, Vietnam 

I come from Vietnam where traditionally the husband and father always take the role of the mainstay of the family while the wife and mother take on a more subdued role, focusing mainly on supporting their husband’s efforts to succeed. While I do appreciate the silent sacrifice a woman makes in more traditional societies, I also understand that these women are simply limited in terms of exposure to information. This alone is a factor that greatly contributes to gender parity. While opportunities for women have greatly increased in recent decades, there is still a long way to go.

I believe that family is the true pillar of support for both men and women alike. While traditionally, women have taken a more supporting role, today we are seeing both men and women taking on that supporting role for one another and using that support to fuel their careers and find that important balance to include family and a rich home life. This balance will serve to close the gap between men and women.  I believe that as women play a more integral role in society, pursue their own careers and raise their voices to bring issues that really matter to the forefront, they create a place for themselves in society. To keep that place, they need to ask for the support of their partners and families. This balance is what will sustain us and what will bring about real change – without supporting each other, there will always be gaps that we cannot close. By supporting each other, we can pursue work we love and find that balance between self-fulfillment and the fulfillment that comes from supporting and being supported.

My hope for #PressforProgress is simple but not really simple: Be independent at work but never be independent of your family as they will provide you with the greatest source of strength and support.



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Posted on March 7, 2018
[VIDEO] How to view your transactions

Your Payoneer account is the place to keep track of your payments and transactions. To always stay up-to-date, watch the video below or read on to learn how to view and filter your transaction table, track your running balance, and generate monthly statements.


  1. Sign in to your Payoneer account
  2. From the menu, go to Activity >> Transactions
  3. Under Upcoming transactions, you’ll see any transactions that have not yet affected your balance
  4. Go to the All transactions table to review all of your account activity, including:
    1. Incoming payments
    2. Outgoing payments
    3. Point-of-sale card transactions
    4. ATM withdrawals
    5. Withdrawals to your bank account
    6. Account fees

Transactions can take up to 2 hours to appear in your account.

You can customize your transaction table by filtering for transaction type and status, and print or export the table for your records in excel or PDF format.

How to view your running balance

  1. Sign in to your Payoneer account
  2. From the menu, go to Activity >> Transactions
  3. In the table filters, click on Select balance and select the card or currency balance you would like to view

Tip: You can also filter for a specific balance by clicking on it in the All transactions table

How to generate a monthly statement

  1. Sign in to your Payoneer account
  2. From the menu, go to Activity >> Transactions
  3. At the top right side of the Transactions table, click on Monthly statement

4. Select the currency balance, card or bank you would like to generate a statement for, as well as the month and the year, and click DOWNLOAD STATEMENT 

5. Your PDF statement will download in a new window. You can now open it or save it to your computer

6. That’s it! Your PDF monthly statement is ready

For more information check out our FAQ page.

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