Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by zamburlu, Aug 31, 2012.
How can i want to wire bank account my money ? Thanks.
Clickbank pays the affiliate by check.
Ask Clickbank if your country support bank wire or not.
The help desk is always the first choice.
That is some rough language lol. If you want immediate assistance you can always call them.
You want to wire money to your bank account? Most aservices do that automatically or they offer you a physical check you can also get a prepaid card to have funds wired
Simply contact Clickbank's accounting department and they will set your wire payment in no time.
First check whether or not clickbank sends direct deposits to your country:
If your country is not listed, clickbank may still send you wire transfer if you make enough sales:
We have got a number of affiliates who reside in countries where clickbank does not routinely send wire transfers, but because they are high volume affiliates, clickbank agrees to wire them their payments. However, note that there's a charge of $35 per wire.
To add to my previous post, if you have a Master Clickbank Account, you'll pay the $35 fee only once for your entire payment summed up by all of your accounts.
You can also consider getting paid with payoneer:
They will send you a mastercard, to which CB will send the money to. You can then withdraw funds from it to your local bank account.
Payoneer terms of payment can be tricky. I would talk to an actual
representative depending on your country prior to signing up.
We have many partners who use payoneer and they're very happy with them. One of the guys who runs payoneer is actually a member of this forum (Nissim-Payoneer) and has a thread on BHW in case you want to ask him questions:
I didn't say Payoneer was not a good choice. I simply meant that for some countries as experienced by some of our partners it has its pros and cons and one should read all terms
prior to signing up.
Such as? I've never heard of any issues with payoneer.
I will not publicly comment negatively on a product or service. You and everyone else are welcome to PM me.
It's Ok that you haven't heard anything regrading Payoneer but that does not mean that new users who wish to sign up should not Google it first just to be on the safe side.
I didn't say I haven't heard anything about payoneer; I said I wasn't aware of any issues, that's why I don't hesitate about recommending it. That being said, if user ARE experiencing issues, it'd be in the interest of the community to know about that. I'll see if I can get Nissim to give us some official feedback on this.
I am not using Payoneer personally. I was just providing general feedback from partners of ours who have. I would not, however, post any negative comments about a product or service here just because someone is curious. This would be unethical in my eyes. As mentioned, you and others are welcome to PM me for details.
I strongly disagree. If a product or service was not delivering what it promises, I'd feel obliged to inform the community about it. It's how as a community we can help each other, instead of just using this community for our personal gains. I have asked Nissim to clarify for us, as it would be unfair to imply problems with another member's business without hearing their statement; especially since I genuinely believe it to be an honest and reliable service.
I did not imply the service was deceptive or that it under delivered. I simply said that we received questionable feedback from partners of ours. Since this is not our own personal experience, I would feel obligated NOT to report it since it would be irresponsible to comment on a service without actually being a customer.
And how is that not irresponsible? Stating that your partners sent you "questionable feedback" but not committing to what sort of questionable feedback you are talking about? Members reading your response will now look at the service with suspicion, and you not stating what issues you're talking about will make it impossible for the service owner to address the concerns. I think we should all be more ethical in NOT making any accusation, explicitly or implicitly, about a service unless we are ready to be concrete about it. Especially when the service in question is run by a fellow BHW member.
I will be more than ready to connect the owner with the partners who have provided us the feedback but I would not speak on their behalf since I am not a customer.
I did not know the owner was part of this community when I first mentioned the feedback we got.
Had I known I would have PM the guy.
You do understand that it's not just about you sending a PM to the owner. You made a public accusation, albeit tacitly, and ethically you owe a public clarification or retraction of your statement.
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