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How To Get Your Payoneer Mastercard In Nigeria - Bloggers by TemiAlabi: 10:22pm On Sep 16, 2017
how to get payoneer mastercard in Nigeria

Payoneer Card helps you build and grow your businesses by enabling you to pay and get paid easily globally. With payoneer MasterCard You can receive money anywhere in the world and be able to withdraw the money locally where you received it. You can use a Payoneer card to purchase online materials and shop in online stores, or withdraw cash at ATMs around the globe.

You might wonder if payoneer can be trusted wonder no more because big Companies like Airbnb, Amazon, Google and Upwork use this platform to send mass payouts around the world and payoneer mastercard is used by over four million people in more than 200 countries

to get Payoneer Mastercard in Nigeria is no rocket science and you will be able to get it at your door step without paying a damn for it. You sign up for a Payoneer account and once it is approved, your Payoneer Prepaid Debit Mastercard will be shipped to your doorstep. Usually it takes three months for the card to get to a Nigeria address from USA.

How To Apply For Payoneer Mastercard in Nigeria

Go to www.payoneer.com and sign up for a free account.

Fill in your name, address etc as it is in the ID card you want to use for verification.

Set password, Secret Question and Answer and select your ID type e.g drivers license and provide the details of the ID as required.

Enter alternate shipping address if different from the address you provided earlier. This is the address your debit card will be shipped to in Nigeria.

When you are done, click ORDER button.

Then, you wait for approval.

When you apply for payoneer card they will send you an email when you will receive it at the address you provided during registration. Thereafter, the card will be shipped to the shipping address you provided during the application process.
How to Make Payonner Card Arrive Faster in Nigeria

Delivery of the Payoneer Mastercard to your Nigerian address might take few weeks or months. You might make your payoneer card to arrive faster by using a lagos address if you stay in Lagos or using the address of a trusted friend who stays in lagos who will ssend it to you immediately it arrives,

Elsewhere from Lagos takes a little more time for delivery to be done at your doorstep. Once you receive the card, you will have to sign in to the Payoneer website to activate Payoneer Mastercard. Enjoy your card because it makes it easier for you to do business both as a blogger and as a marketer,

As soon as you activate your card, you can start using it to receive funds online or make online payments. You can fund Payoneer account in Nigeria by loading it with your other bank cards or by asking and paying another user who has funds to transfer the amount you paid him to your card. You can also link your payoneer mastercard to your paypal account.
For more on how to fund payonner account visit http://www.techepedia.com/how-to-get-your-payoneer-mastercard-in-nigeria/

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