Payoneer not that easy as supposed to be

Payoneer motto is: “The Easy Way to Send & Receive Money”

But unfortunately it is not…

I was trying to add my Payoneer “US Payment Service” bank account to Paypal, but was receiving this error message:

Sorry, we’re unable to link that bank because it is disabled. Please try another bank.

The Payoneer Bank Name was: “First Century Bank”.

After two days explaining the issue to Payoneer finally they fixed it and sent me an email: “As requested, USDVirtual Bank Account Service Created”

They created a new Bank account, this time the Bank Name is: “Community Federal Savings Bank”.

Then I added it to Paypal and it worked correctly. I’m posting this information to help other people that could face this same issue.

Thanks Payoneer for fixing this issue.

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5 thoughts on “Payoneer not that easy as supposed to be

  1. As a freelancer in Indonesia, I would recommend Transpay over either PayPal or Payoneer. I do a lot of freelance blog/article writing on Upwork, and Transpay is by far the best payout option in terms of speed of delivery, better FX rates, and general ease of use. I have been using Transpay for over 3 years now and haven’t had any problems so far with them.

  2. @ acassis: Hi, I’m trying to do the same thing, link my Payoneer bank account information to Paypal and receiving the same error message. My question is did your Payoneer bank account have a balance in it and it it didn’t (i.e bank balance = $0) does it need to have funds in there, do you know?

    1. Hi Judene,
      No, it doesn’t need to have funds.
      Just explain the issue to payonner support and point them to this blog post, they will fix the issue to your.

  3. Thanks for the quick response. Just got through with Payoneer Customer Support. They were very helpful and looking into the matter; hopeful to be resolved within 2-3 business days. Thanks again Acassis:)

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